Embrace2 Epilepsy Sensor

Peace of Mind for People Living with Epilepsy

Embrace2 uses advanced machine learning to monitor for seizure activity and is ideal for people with epilepsy or those at risk of having tonic clonic seizures. This revolutionary device will alert carers when a seizure is taking place, and can automatically record a seizure diary through the Alert and Mate apps.

  • Immediate seizure alerts sent to carers and loved ones
  • Lightweight wrist sensor to help detect tonic clonic seizures
  • Minimal downtime with 48 hr battery on 90 min charge
  • Seizure data log, providing useful activity pattern insights
  • Certified as a medical device in Europe
  • 30-day money back guarantee

Price £249 plus Subscription Plan

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Advanced Tonic Clonic Seizure Detection

Embrace2 is the latest epilepsy sensor from Empatica who have established themselves as leading experts in producing devices designed to detect seizures. Embrace2 is certified as a medical device in Europe and has gained FDA clearance in the US, which confirms the high rate of accuracy and reliability.

The wrist worn seizure monitor measures Electrodermal Activity (EDA), which means it detects changes in certain properties of the skin. This includes sweat secretion, a common indicator of potential seizure activity.

The Embrace2 sensor includes an accelerometer and gyroscope to monitor repetitive movement patterns and a temperature sensor, all of which assist with detecting potential tonic clonic seizures. The Embrace2 is the only epilepsy sensor available to combine both EDA and motion to detect seizures, which is proven to be more accurate than movement alone.


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Alert Carers and Loved Ones

The Embrace2 sensor monitors changes in physiological conditions as well as movements that can be associated with seizures and communicates this data to a connected smartphone device.

When the Embrace2 detects signals that indicate seizure activity, it will use the connected smartphone to alert carers or loved ones via phone or SMS. The Embrace2 connects to the smartphone device via Bluetooth and must remain within 10m of the sensor.

Data and alerts are handled by two Embrace2 apps that can be downloaded via the App Store or Google Play.

 

Long Battery, Fast Charging

The Embrace sensor is worn on the wrist and connects to a nearby smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth. Embrace2 weighs just 13g and is fully charged within 90 minutes. The battery lasts for 48 hours before it needs recharging.

Embrace2 is FDA cleared (US) and CE certified.

 

Embrace2: Live Better with Epilepsy

The Embrace2 is the only wrist-worn seizure monitor cleared by the FDA in the United States and certified as a medical device in Europe.

Embrace2 Alert App

The Alert app collects real time data from the sensor and detects any unusual patterns in movement and the EDA. If potential seizure activity is detected, the app will use either the mobile data or WiFi to send an automated SMS message and call selected carers.The Alert features include:

Rest Mode

This setting has extra sensitivity that helps the Embrace2 detect seizures during periods of rest, especially nocturnal seizures. Whether you are sleeping, reading a book or watching TV, Rest Mode will monitor your signals and immediately alert for possible tonic-clonic seizures.

Alerts with Location

Enhance alerts with your precise GPS location to expedite assistance. This is available in Standard and Plus subscription plans.

Embrace2 Mate App

The Mate app has been designed to visualise the data retrieved from the Embrace2.

It provides really useful insights into your daily routine, giving users detailed statistics about their sleep and activity patterns and automatically logs detected seizures.

The Mate app is available for free on the App Store and Google Play.

To enjoy the benefits of the Embrace, the Alert app requires an annual subscription which you can set up once we deliver your device and you register it on the Empatica website. This is payable directly to Empatica. There are three options for you to choose from, available as an annual or monthly payment. If you select the annual option, you’ll get the equivalent of two months free.

Subscription Plans

 

30-day Plus Plan Free Trial

Lite Standard Plus
£9.90per month £19.90per month £44.90per month
£99per year £199per year £449per year
Seizure Alerts      
Carers 1 3 Unlimited
GPS Location    
Rest Mode    

Subscription Plans

Lite
$9.90 p/m
$99 p/a
Seizure Alerts  
Carers 1
GPS Location
Rest Mode
Standard
$19.90 p/m
$199 p/a
Seizure Alerts  
Carers 3
GPS Location  
Rest Mode  
Plus
$44.90 p/m
$449 p/a
Seizure Alerts  
Carers Unlimited
GPS Location  
Rest Mode  

FAQs

Who can use the Embrace2?

Embrace2 can be used by both adults and children. It is designed to detect tonic-clonic seizures lasting longer than 20 seconds.

What seizure types does Embrace2 detect?

Embrace2 has been designed to help detect signals associated with tonic clonic seizures. This includes movement and variations in the skin.

Embrace2 is not suitable to detect complex partial seizures, absence seizures or other non convulsive seizure.

What does Embrace2 do?

When Embrace2 detects a tonic-clonic seizure, it communicates with its companion app

Alert on its paired mobile device to alert your caregivers with a phone call and text message.

Embrace2 does not predict seizures. It is designed to expedite assistance when a seizure occurs. To learn more about how Embrace2 works, watch our animated video .

What do I need for Embrace2 to work?

The person using the Embrace2 will need two things:

1) A compatible smart device with a stable internet connection (via Wifi or mobile signal)

2) Alert App with an active subscription plan. This can be set up once we deliver the sensor by registering it on the Empatica website.

Remember, the person wearing Embrace2 needs the connected mobile device within a 10-metre radius at all times, but alerts can be sent to caregivers at any location.

What mobile devices can be used with the Embrace?

iOS - Currently, the Embrace2 works on iOS 10 or higher. You can also use the iPod Touch (6th Gen) and all iPad models since 2013. Please note the Alert app is not optimised for the Pad screen.

Android – You can use the Embrace2 on devices running Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or higher, as long as they support Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE / 4.0 / Bluetooth Smart). We cannot guarantee full compatibility with devices using any custom or unofficial versions of Android.

Please be aware that not all Android devices that list Bluetooth 4.0 in their specifications support BLE. Please contact your device supplier to confirm your device meets this requirement.

What does the Alert App do?

The Alert App notifies your active caregivers with a phone call and text message containing your GPS location whenever Embrace2 detects a possible tonic-clonic seizure. Without Alert downloaded on your phone and configured with an active subscription plan, caregivers cannot be alerted.

Who should download the Alert App?

The person using Embrace should download the Alert app on their paired mobile device. Caregivers won't need to download it to receive alerts.

What does the Mate App do?

The Mate App works with Alert to visualize Embrace data, enabling you to view your day at a glance. The Mate App will automatically collect reviewed seizure data from Alert and, together with the physical activity and rest data, provide you with an accurate, easy-to-view diary. You can bring Mate along with you to doctor visits or share your data via email.

Who is the Mate App for?

Mate is for anyone who owns an Embrace2 and is actively using the Alert App with an active subscription plan.

Can I use the Embrace2 without a subscription?

Whilst you can use the Mate app without a subscription you do need one to get the maximum benefit of the Embrace2.

One of the main features of the Embrace2 is the alerts it sends to loved ones and carers. Without the Alert app and its subscription, this feature is not available. If you do not want to pay any subscription for an epilepsy sensor then you may want to look at our other wrist worn devices.