Smart Clothes to Contribute Over $11 Bn to Fitness Wearable Revenue by 2025, Says Juniper Research

Smart clothes revenue will rise
Athos is a patented system that enables the world’s first smart clothing to measure how hard your muscles are working using the science of EMG (electromyography). This is combined with powerful AI and a mobile app that gives you insights to truly understand how your body performs. (Image credit: Athos)
A new report from Juniper Research forecasts that annual revenue of integrated fitness clothing will rise from approximately $1 billion in 2020 to $11 billion in 2025. This rapid growth, […]
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