Actics Hybrid insoles integrate seamlessly into users’ everyday lives, allowing freedom of choice in footwear. They empower patients and physicians to make more accurate, real-time treatment decisions, preventing complications before they happen.
Digitizing the future of foot therapy
Meet Actics — a dynamic digital health platform that integrates wearable insoles with deep analytics capabilities to improve lives for hundreds of millions of people with acute and chronic foot or lower limb conditions as well as mobility challengesLearn about our company
Enabling diverse use cases and markets
Tens of millions suffer from neural disorders (such as Parkinson’s), obesity and age-related conditions that affect mobility and balance
100M+ suffer from foot deformities, plantar fasciitis, arthritis, foot pain or injuries
Over 80M are at high risk of Diabetic Foot Ulceration (DFU), Charcot and deformities, potentially facing amputations and death
Sports & Comfort
More and more people seek to upgrade sport performance and daily comfort
Clinical and economic burden of diabetic foot ulcers
In recent years, diabetic foot disease has grown to reach pandemic proportions.
The number of patients affected by DFU (life-time occurrence)
Risk of DFU recurrence within 2 yrs. 50%+ risk of mortality within 5 yrs. if amputated
Cost expenditure of DFU occurrence. Amputations can cost up to $100K
Annual US DFU expenditure (2019)
Save lives, time, costs, and resources
Actics optimizes the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of care of foot disorders associated with diabetes, orthopedic and neural conditions. Between 15-25% of all diabetic patients are expected to develop Diabetic Foot Ulcer (DFU) at least once.
that adapts to you
The dual-patent pending Actics technology combines real-time monitoring, cloud-based artificial intelligence, and big data analysis to enable remote diagnostic monitoring, empowering providers to care for patients efficiently and effectively. Our product ecosystem will range from manual to digital to automated in order to meet all needs and budgets.
Optimized Foot Care from Diagnosis to Treatment
- Actics insoles predict the risk of DFU weeks before ulcers form
- Cloud-based monitoring & diagnosis improves real-time results
- Dynamic treatment powered by AI enhances offloading plans
- In-depth gait analysis will empower patients to maintain and improve mobility
Features and benefits
Real Time Alerts
Alerts patients to temperature and pressure overloads via the RPM platform, mobile app or the smart watch
Sends real-time temperature and pressure alerts to providers through remote software enabled by the cloud
Monitors a variety of additional gait and physiological parameters out-of-lab
Diagnostics and Remote Care
Informs clinicians about effective offloading treatments for plantar foot ulcers and preventing their recurrence
Built-in mechanism for quick and unlimited personal (offloading) customizations
Wireless Connectivity & Charging
Mobile App and Bluetooth connectivity for patients. RPM Dashboard to caregiver
Affordable prefabricated insoles that feature an adjustable built-in mechanism, Actics One allows for quick and unlimited custom adjustments.
- Enables effective manual interventions by podiatrists and orthotists within minutes
- Comes with up to 52 custom adjustment points allowing maximum fit to almost any foot and any need
- Offers an off-the-shelf, instantly available, budget-friendly, and comfortable alternative to existing orthotics
Ron is the inventor of the Actics technology. He’s an entrepreneur with over 13 years of experience leading innovation in the technology and medical fields, and has previously served as CTO and CPO of various technology companies. He has a B.Sc. in Info. systems Engineering and an MBA.
In addition to establishing and managing the HiTEC technology incubator, Yirmi is a long-time entrepreneur and has previously served as a director for various technology companies. He has a B.A. in Economics and an MBA.
Gavriel is an experienced industrial manager who specializes in leading high-scale technical and operational development processes. He has a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and an MBA.
Dr. Elishoov is a senior orthopedic surgeon specializing in diabetic foot care. He currently serves as the Head of Foot and Ankle Services at Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem.
An IoT and hardware expert with vast experience in cloud computing and software development. He has a B.Sc. in Electrical engineering and an MBA.
Having authored over 80 publications and book chapters, Prof. Cahn currently works in the Diabetes Unit of the Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism at Hadassah Medical Center. She also serves as the Head of the Israeli Diabetic Foot and Wound Healing Society.
A world-class orthopedic surgeon specializing in biomechanics of the Foot and Ankle. Former president of the Israeli Foot and Ankle Society and former head of the Orthopedic Surgery Department at Meir General Hospital, Israel. Well-known researcher that authored more than 200 publications.