US Pat. No. 10,045,439

GARMENTS HAVING STRETCHABLE AND CONDUCTIVE INK

L.I.F.E. Corporation S.A....

1. A wearable electronics device, the device comprising:a garment comprising a fabric; and
at least one conductive ink pattern on the garment, wherein the conductive ink pattern comprises:
a layer of conductive ink having: between about 40-60% conductive particles, between about 30-50% binder; between about 3-7% solvent; and between about 3-7% thickener;
a layer of an elastic adhesive on the garment; and
a transition region between the conductive ink and the adhesive having a thickness of greater than about 10 ?m, the transition region comprising a nonhomogeneous mixture of the conductive ink and the adhesive.

US Pat. No. 9,817,440

GARMENTS HAVING STRETCHABLE AND CONDUCTIVE INK

L.I.F.E. Corporation S.A....

1. A wearable electronics device, the device comprising:
a garment comprising a fabric; and
at least one conductive ink pattern on the garment, wherein the conductive ink pattern comprises:
a layer of conductive ink having: between about 40-60% conductive particles, between about 30-50% binder; between about 3-7%
solvent; and between about 3-7% thickener;

a layer of an elastic adhesive on the garment; and
a gradient region between the conductive ink and the adhesive having a thickness of greater than about 10 ?m, the gradient
region comprising a nonhomogeneous mixture of the conductive ink and the adhesive wherein the concentration of conductive
ink decreases from a region closer to the layer of conductive ink to the layer of elastic adhesive.

US Pat. No. 9,282,893

WEARABLE COMMUNICATION PLATFORM

L.I.F.E. Corporation S.A....

1. A sartorial communications apparatus, the apparatus comprising:
a compression garment comprising a fabric, the garment having a front and a back and configured to be worn over a user's torso;
a plurality of interactive sensors comprising a stretchable conductive ink printed on the garment, each interactive sensor
configured to sense a volitional contact by the user and to generate a volitional contact signal when the user manually contacts
one of the interactive sensors;

a sensor module interface configured to connect to a sensor module for receiving and for analyzing, transmitting or analyzing
and transmitting the volitional contact signals; and

a plurality of stretchable conductive traces printed on the garment in the stretchable conductive ink, the plurality of stretchable
conductive traces connected to the sensor module interface, wherein the stretchable conductive ink comprises a first layer
of an insulating adhesive media on the fabric and a second layer of the insulating adhesive media mixed with conductive ink
particles on top of the first layer of insulating adhesive media;

wherein electrical resistance of the plurality of stretchable conductive traces varies with stretch.

US Pat. No. 9,986,771

GARMENTS HAVING STRETCHABLE AND CONDUCTIVE INK

L.I.F.E. Corporation S.A....

1. A wearable electronics device, the device comprising:a garment comprising a fabric; and
at least one stretchable and conductive ink pattern on the garment, wherein the conductive ink pattern comprises:
a layer of conductive ink having: between about 40-60% conductive particles, between about 30-50% binder; between about 3-7% solvent; and between about 3-7% thickener;
a layer of an elastic adhesive on the garment; and
an intermediate region between the conductive ink and the adhesive, the intermediate region comprising a nonhomogeneous mixture of the conductive ink and the adhesive.

US Pat. No. 10,159,440

PHYSIOLOGICAL MONITORING GARMENTS

L.I.F.E. Corporation S.A....

1. A garment adapted to monitor a regional respiration of a wearer, the garment comprising:a garment body comprising a compression fabric, wherein the garment body is configured as a compression garment;
a plurality of respiratory sensors arranged on different regions of the garment body, wherein each respiratory sensor comprises an elastic ribbon formed of fabric impregnated with a conductive ink, an electrical connector at each end of the elastic ribbon, and a cover comprising a piece of compression fabric; and
a sensor module interface located on the garment body, wherein each respiratory sensor connects to the sensor module interface, further wherein the sensor module interface is configured to connect with a sensor manager unit to detect changes in electrical resistance respiratory sensors.

US Pat. No. 10,201,310

CALIBRATION PACKAGING APPARATUSES FOR PHYSIOLOGICAL MONITORING GARMENTS

L.I.F.E. Corporation S.A....

1. A calibration packaging apparatus for simultaneously calibrating a plurality of position sensors, motion sensors, or position and motion sensors of a physiological monitoring garment that is held within the apparatus, the apparatus comprising:a housing, the housing comprising:
a securement within the housing configured to hold the physiological monitoring garment so that the separation between each of the sensors of the plurality of position sensors, motion sensors, or position and motion sensors remains constant as the housing is moved; and
a separator within the housing dividing the housing into a first region for holding the physiological monitoring garment and a second region for holding a phone, wherein the separator comprises an opening therethrough for connecting the phone to a connector on the physiological monitoring garment;
wherein the housing and the separator are made entirely of non-magnetic materials, and
a non-transitory machine-readable medium that stores instructions, which, when performed by a processor, cause the processor to:
communicate with the plurality of sensors to receive raw data from the sensors;
display instructions to position the calibration packaging in a plurality of positions for a period of times; and
transmit calibration information on each sensor.

US Pat. No. 10,258,092

GARMENTS HAVING STRETCHABLE AND CONDUCTIVE INK

L.I.F.E. Corporation S.A....

1. A wearable electronics device, the device comprising:a shirt comprising a first fabric, the shirt having a front, a back, a first sleeve and a second sleeve;
a sensor module interface on the back of the shirt and configured to be positioned over a wearer's upper back when the shirt is worn;
a plurality of elongate strips, wherein each elongate strip of the plurality of elongate strips comprises a second fabric, and a plurality of electrically conductive wires extending along the length of a first side of the strip in a sinusoidal or zig-zag pattern, wherein each elongate strip of the plurality of elongate strips extends from the sensor module interface and is adhesively attached on the first side of the strip to the shirt;
a first sensor on the first sleeve electrically connected to one or more of the plurality of wires of a first elongate strip of the plurality of elongate strips;
a second sensor on the second sleeve electrically connected to one or more of the plurality of wires of a second elongate strip of the plurality of elongate strips; and
a plurality of sensors on the front and back of the shirt and electrically connected to the plurality of wires of one or more additional elongate strips of the plurality of elongate strips; and
wherein at least one of the first sensor, the second sensor and the plurality of sensors comprises a layer of conductive ink having: between about 40-60% conductive particles, between about 30-50% binder; between about 3-7% solvent; and between about 3-7% thickener; a layer of an elastic adhesive on the garment; a transition region between the conductive ink and the elastic adhesive, the transition region comprising a nonhomogeneous mixture of the conductive ink and the elastic adhesive; and an insulating resin over at least a portion of the layer of conductive ink.

US Pat. No. 10,462,898

PHYSIOLOGICAL MONITORING GARMENTS

L.I.F.E. Corporation S.A....

1. A wearable electronics device, the device comprising:a shirt;
a sensor module interface configured to be positioned over a wearer's upper back when the shirt is worn;
a plurality of elongate strips, wherein each elongate strip of the plurality of elongate strips comprises a fabric, and a plurality of electrically conductive wires extending along the length of a first side of the strip in a sinusoidal or zig-zag pattern, wherein each elongate strip of the plurality of elongate strips extends from the sensor module interface and is adhesively attached to the shirt; and
a plurality of sensors, wherein each sensor in the plurality of sensors is electrically connected to one or more of the wires of the plurality of wires of the plurality of elongate strips;
wherein at least one of the sensors of the plurality of sensors comprises a layer of conductive ink having: between about 40-60% conductive particles, between about 30-50% binder; between about 3-7% solvent; and between about 3-7% thickener; a layer of an elastic adhesive; a transition region between the conductive ink and the elastic adhesive, the transition region comprising a nonhomogeneous mixture of the conductive ink and the elastic adhesive; and an insulating resin over at least a portion of the layer of conductive ink.