Indian Wearables & AI Startup, Boltt Introduces Smart Shoe, Smart Bands and AI Health & Fitness Coach

SAN FRANCISCO, CA --- With a mission to revolutionize and a vision to disrupt the fitness wearable space, Boltt, an Indian wearables and AI firm, announced their range of smart and AI enabled health and fitness solutions. At Tech Disrupt, Boltt Wearables boasts of a Smart Shoe and a range of Smart Bands, couples with their companion AI coach apps that will scientifically improve running, track and further Fitness levels and show the consumer their health in a whole new way. Playing with a combination of advanced fitness wearables, and an AI Health Coach, the products represent a ‘connected fitness’ solution, accelerating quality of life for users.

With its range of products and solutions, 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. One such offering by the company is the Boltt Training app that works in tandem with their smart shoe. With hundreds of scientifically designed workouts and training plans, the app assists users run and workout more effectively.

Boltt plans to adapt the extension of its product technology to various business services in the near future such as:
•Sports analysis - A platform that will enhance sports performance in different sports like running, soccer and hockey where coaches and players can review, plan and analyse field performance
•Corporate wellness - Platform for increasing employee health and productivity
•Smart Physical Education - Tech enabled solutions to enhance fitness levels in young school children
•Group Fitness - Platform for monitoring group fitness activities in gyms and health institutions.

Boltt also 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. Boltt plans to launch the products in 13 countries, in batches, through primary channels of sale.

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