Boltt is an innovative smart shoe introduced by Indian company in US
In an effort to revolutionize the fitness wearable space, an Indian firm has launched smart shoes in the US. The proposed shoes claims to scientifically improve running and fitness levels by giving real-time feedback to the consumer.
To explain more, Arnav Kishore, CEO and founder of Boltt, a Mumbai-based startup, introduced smart shoes, a range of smart bands, shoe pod sensor and wireless headsets at Tech Disrupt event in the Silicon Valley.
“We are conspiring to change that by inferring this data and giving it a meaning,” said Kishore.
Playing with a combination of advanced fitness wearables, and an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Health Coach, the products represent a ‘connected fitness’ solution, accelerating quality of life for users, he argued. Having partnered with Garmin, the world pioneer in wearable sensors, Boltt announced pre-orders for the wearables will open in October, followed by the commercial launch through credible e-commerce partners and strategic offline experience centers a month later.
Plans to launch the products in 13 countries, in batches, Boltt is addressing the white space in the wearables domain and through the meticulous AI reinventing the complementing software part of the fitness gadgets space, with its range of products and solution.