he crowds at the International CES 2014 couldn’t stop talking about “wearables” –From smart watches and interactive clothing to wearable trackers and smart basketballs, baseballs and tennis rackets, the growth in fitness tech shows no sign of slowing down. More than 17 million wearable devices will be sold in 2014. Wearable fitness devices are expected to top $1.2 billion in sales and, for health conscious people, devices that help quantify everything from walking to swimming to muscle tone are the “it” items to own. From gym training floors, to social networks, to corporate America — sports, fitness and tech are becoming more closely aligned than ever.
At the 2015 Sports and FitnessTech Summit we’ll take a look at this new generation not only of wearables but also the whole field of sports gear and fitness equipment that will improve your game whether you are a super athlete, weekend warrior or just someone who is interested in his/her everyday well-being.