Indian brand Boltt aims to change the game with AI-powered fitness wearable devices

Forget Silicon Valley, the next big thing in sports tech might be coming from Silicon Delhi instead. Boltt Sports Technologies, based in Noida, just south of New Delhi, was at CES last week demoing a connected platform of smart shoes, fitness bands, and a mobile app that it hopes will challenge the biggest names in the fitness tech world. And perhaps even raise India’s standing in the sports world. The company doesn’t seem to be inventing the wheel, rather reinventing it. There are better-known brands making each of the three components that constitute Boltt, including Under Armor (smart shoes), Fitbit (wrist-worn trackers), and Strava (fitness apps). Boltt’s fitness system includes a smart band, smart shoes and training apps, all powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI). What might make Boltt stand out…


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