Agilitas is brought to you by Bright Devices Pty Ltd, an Australian technology company formed to improve the quality of life for people with movement disorders.

Bright Devices’s key focus is to reduce the social impact of neurologically-based movement disorders by marketing the best in treatment technology. Its products are the result of considerable R&D conducted over many years, and designed to bring novel solutions to everyday problems using the latest technology.

Agilitas is the result of five years’ R&D. Parkinson’s disease specialist and neuropsychiatrist Dr Rodney Marsh created the concept for an automatic device to prevent freezing of gait, and Agilitas was then developed by Engineering New Product Design and Development Consultancy e3k.

Agilitas is a registered trademark of Bright Devices Group Pty Ltd.

Australian Patent Number 2012267220.

US Patent Number 10,251,611.

Agilitas is a smart device which will revolutionise the world of people suffering from Freeze of Gait and other symptoms of mobility impairment associated with Parkinson’s Disease.

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Our History/News

2019 – Clinical Trial Paper

Dr Rodney Marsh publishes clinical trial results in journal "Parkinson's Disease"Download clinical trial paper

2018 – Bright Devices Group granted US Patent

Bright Devices granted US Patent for the intellectual property built into the Agilitas visual cueing device.

2014 – Quick Start Guide now available

To allow quick and easy start up with your Agilitas, we now ship it with a Quick Start Guide in large font. Find it on our Downloads page.

2013 – Bright Devices Group wins a Commercialisation Australia Skills & Knowledge grant

Bright Devices developed a visual cueing device for Parkinson’s freeze of gait (FOG) named Agilitas. The device detects FOG automatically and projects a laser light on the ground to assist the user in breaking their freeze. The AusIndustry grant was won by Bright Devices and assisted in commercialisation activities.

2013 – Agilitas cueing device for Parkinson’s Freeze of Gait product launch

Bright Devices, in association with  R&D company e3k,  developed a wearable visual cueing device to assist Freezing of Gait, a debilitating symptom of Parkinson's Disease. The product was launched on World Parkinson's Day, 11th April, 2013.

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