WILMINGTON – LifeGait, a startup developing motion tracking sensors that analyze walking gait to identify symptoms or changes in health, has raised roughly $200,000 in equity.

One contributed to the round, according to a recent securities filing, which kicked off on July 27.

The Wilmington-based startup is looking to raise an additional $800,000 to meet its $1 million goal.

Back in May, LifeGait raised 170,000 in equity.

Incorporated in 2015, LifeGait is a startup leveraging the Internet of Things, big data and patented gait technology to develop health and safety products.

A young athlete undergoes a “brain physical.” Sportgait photo.

It is located in the University of North Carolina Wilmington Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and is the parent company to three entities: SportGait, SeniorGait and MedGait.

SportGait, in particular, has gained traction in recent years, raising more than $2.2 million since 2016.

It uses its concussion management platform to provide tools and resources to identify, track and monitor concussion-related symptoms.

SportGait’s concussion management system includes three products — biokinetographs, a sideline coaches app, and a parent/athlete app.