SweatID, a wearable training optimization technology company that provides users with the data they need to accurately rehydrate during work, training, or competition, will attend CES 2023, an annual technology tradeshow organized by the Consumer Technology Association.
Now in its third year as an attendee of CES, SweatID will again exhibit with Case Western Reserve University. This year, SweatID will partner with Pulse Athletic Apparel, a high-quality athleisure and activewear company, that will bring the technology directly to the apparel industry, using the sensor and its data to help users maintain proper electrolyte levels during exercise. Pre-orders for the apparel will be taken at SweatID’s booth 61701 in Tech West Hall g Eureka Park.
“We are thrilled to be returning to CES in 2023,” said Chelsea Monty-Bromer, Founder and Chief Technology Officer of SweatID. “It’s been a productive year at SweatID since the last CES event and we can’t wait to showcase all of the new developments we’ve made with the technology, as well as introduce the product to people who haven’t heard of us yet and may benefit from it.”
SweatID is a disposable, nonwoven fabric sensor that can specifically measure the sodium concentration of a person’s sweat in real-time. The sensor can be integrated into clothing or gear that athletes are already wearing. The data from the sensor can then be used to create a personalized hydration plan.
The event, which takes place from Thursday, Jan. 5 through Sunday, Jan. 8, 2023, will convene the tech industry in-person and digitally, giving a global audience access to major brands and startups, as well as the world’s most-influential leaders and industry advocates.
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