Body Location

Worn on the Thighs

Primary Application


About LEO

The LEO is a wearable device that monitors your body's biosignals to create actionable recommendations to optimize workouts and reduce the risk of injury. This technology uses proprietary sensors and algorithms to measure muscle intensity, coordination, technique, fatigue, balance, hydration and efficiency. The LEO crowdfunding campaign started on June 27, 2014 and successfully met their goal of $50,000.


Gesture Logic

Device Name


Product Release

April 2015


$299.00 USD

LEO Network


EMG Sensor, ECG Sensor, Accelerometer, Skin Impedance Sensor & Lactic Threshold Sensor

Power Source

Rechargeable Battery




iOS, Android, Windows & OSX

Workplace Applications

Workplace Safety, Productivity & Worker Health Monitoring

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