UC Spin-Off Company Helps Fuel Gatorade’s Innovative Tech Project

Story excerpt provided by University of Cincinnati.

Written by Ashley Duvelius.

The Gatorade Company, Inc., a manufacturer of sports-themed beverage and food products, recently announced the launch of Bolt Breakers, an innovation project in collaboration with CoreSyte, Facebook, Spotify and Twitter to develop new technology platforms that will ultimately help athletes fuel their game.

CoreSyte, a company that uses wearable sensors to provide insights about what’s going on inside the human body, is the exclusive athletics partner of Eccrine Systems, a University of Cincinnati spin-off company co-founded by Jason Heikenfeld, UC College of Engineering and Applied Science Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computing Systems.  CoreSyte and Eccrine are working closely to provide Gatorade with a digital sweat patch that has tracking capabilities that can provide real-time sweat profiles for athletes.

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Originally published April 11, 2016.

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