Every person walks in a way that is unique to them. BIO_SOLE® shoe insoles monitor your unique way of walking, or gait, and create a Pedo_Biometric® signature to establish your identity and monitor your health.

BIO_SOLE creates your Pedo_Biometric signature by measuring the pressure placed on different regions of your foot while you stand, walk and run. You can monitor your signature for changes over time, and easily identify potential injuries and health risks.

BIO_SOLE® is a self-contained biometric credentialing system designed to meet the security, mobility and privacy needs of identity and access control automation. BIO_SOLE is suitable for the most sensitive controlled-access applications. Its reliable and consistent performance eliminates the security risks associated with lost swipe cards, compromised access codes and identity theft. BIO_SOLE is also cost effective.

BIO_SOLE Insoles

Bio_Sole shoe insoles use pressure sensors and circuitry to track every part of your movement, which can be influenced by weight, injury or disease. They are millimetres thick and almost weightless. They easily fit into any flat shoe, are fully sealed, and cannot be damaged by sweat or water.

When the insoles begin to wear out, you are notified in your Bio_Sole Dashboard that you need a new pair. Simply click a button to order a new pair that is further customized based on how you move.


Bio_Sole® helps you gather a wide range of health, activity, mobility and identity data to suit your corporate or individual needs.

Health Insurance Providers

Bio_Sole gathers health and activity data for uniquely identified wearers and stores it in ever-growing databases called Bio_Sole Cloud. There the data is analyzed to create broad-based profiles of health issues in the population at large.

You can use Bio_Sole data to:

  • Create customized products for specific health insurance customers by tracking their activity levels, weights, heart rates and more.
  • Promote products to particular market segments based on population profiles.
  • Plan future insurance products by gaining a better understanding of the requirements of particular groups.

Health Care Providers

Bio_Sole is ideal for Mobile Health (mHealth)—the use of mobile devices and technologies to support the delivery of health care services.

Bio_Sole data can be used for:

  • Occupational Health and Safety: Occupational health and safety departments can use Bio_Sole to measure the impacts on workers of heavy lifting, prolonged standing and other physical stresses. You can use Bio_Sole to prevent injuries and to maintain or increase productivity.
  • Sports: Physiotherapy and rehabilitation experts can use Bio_Sole to monitor and prevent sports injuries. Specialists can customize treatment plans to avoid long-term mobility issues. Trainers and coaches can use Bio_Sole to observe an athlete’s gait and make suggestions for improved performance.
  • Seniors: Seniors can use Bio_Sole to monitor their balance to prevent falls. First responders can use Bio_Sole data to treat those who have fallen.
  • Disease: Medical professionals and emergency responders can use Bio_Sole to monitor and treat patients with diseases like Parkinson’s, stroke, lower limb amputation, diabetic neuropathy and more.
  • Medicine: Medical professionals and researchers can use Bio_Sole to monitor stumbles and falls in people taking new medications. Bio_Sole data can be used to adjust medication dosage, and to reduce the incidence of adverse drug effects.

Corporate Security Providers

Bio_Sole can confirm identity, control access to secure facilities and equipment, and confirm a wearer’s location for safety and timekeeping purposes. It eliminates the security risks associated with lost swipe cards, compromised access codes and identity theft.

Banking Services Providers

Bio_Sole can confirm a wearer’s identity and prevent unauthorized persons from accessing financial institutions or from performing high security financial transactions.

Individuals and Athletes

Bio_Sole can accurately track the number of steps you take in a day, your walking or running pace, the distance you have travelled, the pressure pattern on each foot and much more. It can even recommend exercise and rest amounts based on the answers you provide to a questionnaire. All of this data can be tracked to see changes over time, and can alert you to potential injuries.