Source | IOT India : By Srishti Deoras
We have time and again covered how internet is well beyond desktops and mobile devices to be a part of smart watches, smart cities, home automation technologies and much more. Starting from wearables to the IoT sensors and the IoT platforms, there is a lot that this industry has to offer. Often talked of being fragmented, nevertheless the industry has served every ingredient to the end users- whether individual consumers or the enterprises.
Traversing onto this road, there have been innumerable startups rooting up in this domain which in itself speaks of the huge potential this space has. Leafing through the huge list of startups in IoT sector, we bring to you, yet again, 10 emerging names from India that have been making India proud.
Listed in alphabetical order, each name in the list has the right kind of mix of tech and the usability that makes it a deserving candidate to be on the list.
Incorporated in the year 2015, BOLTT is a new age sports technology brand offering an ecosystem of the most advanced running wearable and an ultimate fitness app to help user improve running and stress on fitness and health, like never before. It is doing so by introducing an Artificial Intelligence wearable tech for fitness fans which is an industry first.
With its smart wearable products, Boltt enables the players to enhance their sports performance with a focus on health, fitness and technique. That’s not all, in order to combine sports performance with meaningful data, they are developing training tools based on professional-grade analytics that convert the data into actionable insights, recommendation, and expert guidance.
Founded by Arnav Kishore and Aayushi Kishore, the tech for Boltt is developed in partnership with Garmin, the global giants in wearable technology. With a commitment to bring the best “connected technology” to the world, this startup truly deserves to be on the list.
The product will be available for pre-order later this month during the company’s Kickstarter project and the users can pre-claim the ordershere.