TritonWear is an innovative IoT product that’s bringing elite sport analytics to everyday swimmers. The affordable and user-friendly technology was created by a Toronto startup and is aimed at swimmers looking to increase their speed and overall skill. The TritonWear platform, which includes both the wearable and the app, helps swimmers pinpoint weaknesses and reduce injury risk.
The product was made through close work with top swimming programs from around the world, to combine products for the everyday person with features just like those elite swimmers use in their training. Olympians and the way they optimize their performance was closely monitored, in order to create a product that brings data and tech into a next generation of swimming.
“Elite-level teams are able to accomplish so much with their athletes because they have access to armies of sports scientists that other teams just don’t have. At TritonWear we’re changing that, bringing these capabilities to the everyday athlete in a very affordable way, through easy-to-use technology,” said Tristan Lehari, co-founder and CEO, TritonWear.
TritonWear just recently released its Triton 2 hardware and new software. “Using the power of Artificial Intelligence, TritonWear now not only captures the data but also diagnoses weaknesses and provides the actionable insights coaches and swimmers need to swim faster,” commented Darius Gai, co-founder and COO, TritonWear.
The TritonWear wearable is a small, sleek square you simply tuck underneath your swim cap. There, it’ll collect data from your swim. Then, you can analyze the data from anywhere, using the TritonWear app, which provides you with information on everything from stroke efficiency to turns.
You can currently pre-order Triton 2 for a September arrival and prices start at $150.
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