Wearable Sensors Track Exercise Data/Apparel and Shoe Manufacturers Adopt Technologies, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

The big news in sports equipment is wearable sensors that can measure anything from heart rates to speed achieved to physical exertion.  Sensors are being embedded in all kinds of apparel, shoes and accessories.  Juniper Research forecasted global spending on wearable tech could reach $19 billion by 2018. A private company called Catapult Sports makes a matchbook-sized GPS device called OptimEye that athletes wear to measure performance.  The devices are paired with analytical software capable of tracking multiple athletes both indoors and out.  As of early 2018, Catapult Sports’ products were worn by athletes on over 1,520 elite teams involved…

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