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Under Armour developing a smart shoe that reads blood pressure

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August 8, 2019

Under Armour is developing a smart shoe that tracks a wearer's blood pressure. The smart shoe transmits blood pressure readings to a wearable device, which then adjusts the fit of the show to optimize blood flow. The smart shoe helps the wearer recover after a strenuous workout. 

The company first started selling its "HOVR Connected Series" smart shoes in 2018. The smart shoes provide real-time data about running performance, including gait and distance. The smart shoes link with the MapMyRun app (also owned by Under Armour) to track performance over time. 


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Consumer demand has increased for wearable technology. Smart footwear has a wide variety of applications, including fitness, medical, team sports, video games, and virtual/augmented reality. According to a recent Market Research Future forecast, the smart footwear market is projected to reach a size of $6.51 billion in 2023, growing at a CAGR of 32%.

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Consumer demand has increased for wearable technology. Smart footwear has a wide variety of applications, including fitness, medical, team sports, video games, and virtual/augmented reality. According to a recent Market Research Future forecast, the smart footwear market is projected to reach a size of $6.51 billion in 2023, growing at a CAGR of 32%.



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