The digital fitness area is to undergo expansion by up to 30% at the International CES 2014. This is due to occur at a focal point where the enterprise in consumer technology will be at its peak.
The digital fitness area is to be enlarged till it covers roughly 11,500 square feet of sprawling sports facilities. Every fitness freak and sports buff will enjoy time spent at this platform for peak performance. All this will take place under the aegis of the CES 2014. It is due next year and will last from the 7th to the 10th of January. The venue is Sin City or Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Karen Chupka, senior vice president, International CES and corporate business strategy, CEA, said, “With improvements in sensor technology, devices can monitor everything from steps taken to stairs climbed, which allows consumers to better monitor their daily activity and create smarter goals. There’s no denying that fitness has gone high tech and that CES is the place to experience the latest consumer health tech advances.”
The sector for fitness electronic equipment is to grow by 30% in 2014. The newest and most novel products, services and antidotes will get exhibited at the show in digital fitness tech zone. These will make working out a cinch and allow for better health through lifestyle changes.
Some of the companies and firms taking part in the exhibition include: Fitbit, GeoPalz, Jaybird, Looxcie, Polar and Wahoo Fitness. Many of the innovations will be in sensor technology. This will allow the fine measurement of steps taken (whether you happen to be walking, jogging, running or stair climbing). This is the proper platform to view excellence in health equipment. It is an invitation to better health via technology and a booster shot for the fitness corporations.
Among other hot topics for discussion at the event are: a war of the fitness warriors in the form of various bands, quantification, wearable technology and last but not least health gadgets that are slated to get even smarter as time progresses.