CES 2015 To Debut Sports Tech Marketplace And Conference In Partnership With SFIA And CEA

Posted: Dec 13 2014, 3:49am CST | by , Updated: Dec 13 2014, 3:53am CST, in News | CES

 
CES 2015 to debut Sports Tech Marketplace and Conference in Partnership with SFIA and CEA
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  • The Sports and Fitness Industry Association (SFIA) has partnered with Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) to participate in CES 2015.

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The two have partnered together for the inaugural Sports Tech Conference Track and Sports Tech Marketplace that will take place on CES 2015 in Las Vegas.

Sports and Technology have always gone hand in hand as athletes around the world find ways to make their game better. From using lighter materials to utilizing replay technologies, the sports and fitness industry is always looking for some new technology to make their games more interesting, competitive and advanced.

Keeping this in mind and recognizing this fast growth the Sports and Fitness Association (SFIA) has decided to partner up with the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). The two will be seen together at the inaugural Sports Tech Conference and the Sports Tech Marketplace. Keeping in mind the mission of SFIA that is to promote sports and fitness and CEA’s mission that is to grow and expand the consumer electronics industry, the partnership between the two made complete sense.

The Sports Tech Conference will be held on January 7th and it will be a wonderful experience for sports enthusiasts and lovers. SFIA explained some of the discussion topics that will take place on the sessions for Sports Tech. Discussion on how the German National Football Team utilized the adidas miCoach to help them win the World Cup and how the Major League Soccer has become the first professional smart league.

The next session would be on learning ways how MC10 is using sensors in order to minimize injuries and improve performance of the athletes. The last session will be on under Armour which is making its debut on the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2015). This will explore how changes in technology are helping coaches and athletes to maintain high levels of peak performance. The CES 2105 is a great choice to hold these sessions.

So these three superb sessions with the leading brands will be a wonderful experience and should not be missed at all. So all the sports enthusiasts should attend the conference and learn how technology is shaping sports and fitness in this era of modernization. The session begins on Wednesday 7th of January and will go on from 1 to 4:30 PM.

The CES 2015 is the world’s largest platform for businesses that thrive on consumer technology. The CES 2015 will be hosting 3500 different companies that will exhibit their technologies and innovations. CES 2015 is going to take place in Las Vegas from the 6th to the 9th of January.

The decision to hold their sports and fitness sessions at the CES 2015 is a great decision by the SFIA as it will provide them a great opportunity to interact with consumers and other companies that are famous for their consumer technologies.

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CES 2015 is going to be held in Las Vegas from January 6-9 2015. The CES is owned and controlled by Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). Let’s see whether the SFIA makes an impact on this year’s CES 2015 or not!

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