Wearable technology and sensory data collection for preventative healthcare
eScent is a Wearable Technology proposition founded by Dr Jenny Tillotson (Fashion Communication), Prof Andreas Manz (lab-on-a-chip) and Jonathan Lloyd-Platt (luxury goods, fashion), with granted patents securing an exclusive market position in connected wearables, scent technologies and tech-enabled fabrics.
With connected wearables as one of the key parts of the new value chain of wellness, beautytech and the fashion industries, our first product is eScent, a lifestyle-enhancing brand that bridges fashion and technology with the sense of smell (first published by IET 'MEMS sensors and actuators' in 2006).
eScent is a family of data-driven innovations that one day could replace the relatively crude, unmetered fragrance technology of the twentieth century (the perfume bottle). This platform technology combines sensing and dispensing any "liquid" for multiple healthcare and experiential applications, from perfumes, essential oils, insect repellent, food/flavour replicating liquids, deodorant, hydrating mist, anti-UV/pollution, to other liquids including hormones, pheromones, pharmaceutical, cannabidiol oil and psychedelic medicine.
Visit website: https://www.escent.ai/