The Evolt 360 body composition scanner, what we call the intelligent body scanner, is a simple-to-use 60-second scan that provides detailed data about a body through more than 40 measurements. It works simply by passing a safe electrical current through the feet and hands.

The Evolt 360 body composition scanner is a simple-to-use tool that provides detailed data about a body through more than 40 measurements in just 60 seconds. The Evolt body scanner works by passing a safe electrical current through the feet and hands to measure muscle mass, fat mass, water and mineral in a way that is specific to the individual. This allows trainers to better design a health and wellness program tailored to each person.

The Evolt 360 body scanner uses the most up-to-date scientific information relating to Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) to provide personalized measurements, rather than a one-size-fits-all approach. The technology incorporates a 5-point algorithm that has been developed based on data from research, ensuring consistent and accurate measurement. In addition, Evolt body scanning machine reports can be customized to match your brand.

  •  Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods  #341529.
  • FDA / U.S. Food and Drug Administration #3015200770.
  • CE #DD60145550001.
  • ISO27001 Certified – Gold standard for ensuring the security of  information and data

Quick facts about composition measurements

There is no such thing as a “direct measure of body composition”.
The only way to obtain a 100% accurate measure of body composition is in post-mortem via dissection of tissue of a cadaver.
All forms of body composition measurements require the use of an algorithm, even though some companies claim they do not.
The accuracy of BIA technology, as validated in science, requires the input of five factors — height, age, weight, gender and impedance.
DEXA is the gold standard of Bone Density, not body composition.
Skin fold measurements will only detect subcutaneous fat tissue whereas BIA detects subcutaneous fat tissue and visceral fat tissue so they are incomparable measurements.
All BIA technology is validated in science as a repeatable and reliable measure of body composition.
The accuracy of BIA technology is subject to the conditions being standardized by the user (ie. same time of the day, temperature, training status, food contents & hydration status). The same applies to DEXA.
BIA technology is well respected in the scientific community as a reliable and repeatable measure to track body composition progression.
Evolt’s BIA technology uses five compartments (torso, both arms and both legs) rather than a single compartment to offer a more reliable body composition result.


The Evolt Active App is the ultimate Health & Wellness App for people who are serious about reaching their goals. With the unique capture of bio-feedback from the Evolt 360 3D body scanning machine, the Evolt Active App is able to provide detailed and individualized assistance based on the user’s goals.

The Evolt 360 Active app provides users with measurements of their body composition, these include lean body mass, body fat mass & percentage, skeletal muscle mass, visceral fat level, fitness age, fitness score plus much more.
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Let your members calculate their diet, calorie and macronutrient profiling. The Evolt Active App delivers the world’s first AI macronutrient profile, providing powerful insights into the amount of protein, carbs and fat that should be consumed and subsequent energy to be expelled for optimum improvements based on the user’s particular body type and their set goals.
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As well as providing your members with the best body fat scanners, give them a unique opportunity to understand what supplements are and how they can benefit from utilizing them in their everyday lives to help them reach their goals.
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The science behind BIA is well researched and validated in peer-reviewed published literature, the most notable being
Gomes et al 2017 BIA of body composition
Meleleo et al 2017 Evaluation of body composition with Bioimpedance
Raeder et al 2018 Validity of BIA in estimation of FFM in colorectal cancer patients
Sergi et al 2104 Assessing appendicular skeletal muscle mass with BIA