The FitnessTech Summit at the just completed 2015 International CES again proved that Fitness technology continues to lead the industry in sensors and wearables.

They jumped, they pedaled, they quantified. The center of the fitness action at this year’s CES was at Tech West where attendees got to interact with giants such as Under Armour, Fitbit, Polar and IFit alongside other long time fitness innovators such as Aftershokz, Basis, Jaybird, Runtastic and Fitlinxx. Located at the front door of the brand new CES Tech West — “Innovation Hall,” fitness enthusiasts were introduced to new clothing, equipment, performance detectors and new networks. The FitnessTech conference was the scene for important discussions on biometrics, corporate wellness, partnerships and branding and it grew so large we had to find a bigger ballroom.

It looks like fitness technology isn’t going anywhere in 2015. From souped-up fitness trackers to other self-tracking gadgets, health and fitness was at the forefront of the annual technology event. Here, the tech we’re most excited about.
Sara Angle, Shape Magazine
Among the many FitnessTech participants making major announcements were:

NBCUniversal announcing their new Radius Fitness App adidas partnered with Interactive Health Technologies immersing them in teenage fitness

Under Armour introduced UA Record, their revolutionary fitness network app

Fitbit has two brand new trackers “Charge HR” and “Surge,”

Runtastic expanded their move into Fitness hardware with “Orbit”

Withings Activite “Pop,” won awards and recognition throughout CES.

Valencell, a leader in biometric sensoring, reported a number of prominent licensing applications

LifeFitness  announced their open platform technology “LF Open”

LifeQ, made their debut with their Computational Systems Biology.

FitnessTech at the International 2015 CES was the perfect showcase for large and small companies to introduce their latest ideas, partners and products — it is no surprise it greeted attendees front and center in “Innovation Hall.”

2015 Fitness Tech Summit