Be Sarvint® Strong.

We are building the world’s most advanced smart garments, starting with the SmartShirt®. The SmartShirt® can monitor and analyze key biometric measurements during your workout to track and improve your performance and help prevent injuries. It’s designed for athletes who need to track their gains and objectively become the best version of themselves. Whether during practice or in-game, the SmartShirt® will provide accurate and actionable insight into your peak performance.

Feel Good. Look Good.

The SmartShirt® was created with comfort and design in mind. We have integrated performance features that keep the shirt dry, smooth, odorless, but still allow for a full range of motion. And we know you care about the way you look while wearing it – The SmartShirt® is designed to converge fashion and function into a high-quality and high-performance garment that still allows you to look as good as you feel. The ensuing confidence will allow you to fully focus on your workout and get the results you’re looking for.

No more excuses!

Looking for an edge on your competition? Look no further. Our SmartShirt® is just the beginning.

The Smartshirt® idea was born 20 years ago to make a world a healthier and better place.

Our company was born out of groundbreaking wearable technology research conducted at Georgia Tech by Dr. Sundaresan Jayaraman and Ms. Sungmee Park. They developed a smart garment called the Wearable Motherboard™ (Smartshirt®) for the armed services as a way of tracking their soldiers on the battlefield. Medics would be notified real-time about a soldier’s battlefield condition and in case, the severity of an injury. The sensors could locate the wound and monitor vital signs until the medic arrived.

Our Path

Sarvint Technologies, an Atlanta-based wearables technology company, is set out to save and improve lives through smart garment wearables.

The technology has widespread potential – athletic monitoring is just the beginning. Our integrated and versatile smart garment platform allows us to penetrate multiple markets, including healthcare, civil service, military, and industrial/corporate well-being. Healthcare applications include detecting SIDS in infants, monitoring post-operative heart failure patients at home, and sensing elderly falls.

We are excited to be at the forefront of smart garment technology and in turn, take pride in enabling people to live a better quality of life.

Our invention’s accolades include appearances on the Discovery Channel®, Newsweek Magazine®, Times Magazine®, Life Magazine®, History Channel® and the original Smartshirt® now resides at the Smithsonian Institution.


The company is led by our four co-founders: Mr. Palaniswamy Rajan, Dr. Sundaresan Jayaraman, Ms. Sungmee Park, and Dr. Jay Yadav.

We have one clear vision: enable people across the world with the ability to objectively monitor their health and performance and in turn make effective and meaningful changes to their lives. Sarvint is here to propel you along this path of self-empowerment, starting with our SmartShirt®.


Palaniswamy “Raj” Rajan
Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Sundaresan Jayaraman
Co-Founder and Chief Scientist
Sungmee Park, MFA, MS
Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer
John Lee
Chief Financial Officer
Jason Kroh
Vice President of Hardware
Krishna Rao, MD, MBA
Vice President of Business Development
Michelle Dyess
Director of Talent and Human Resources
Daniel Fortune, PMP, MBA
Director of Project Management Office
Kyunghee Chung
Senior Research Scientist

Board of Directors

Palaniswamy “Raj” Rajan


Dr. Jay Yadav

Dr. Sundaresan Jayaraman

Sungmee Park

Venktesh Shukla
Venk Shukla

Ashok Trivedi
Ashok Trivedi

Shailendra Mahajan
Shailendra Mahajan

Board Observer

Board of Advisors

Dr. Chris Leggett

Dr. Amar Patel

Rajesh Patel MD.
Dr. Rajesh Patel

Nilang Patel

Jason Freier
Jason Freier

Brian Andersen
Brian Andersen

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