Las Vegas, NV, June 26, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Sanwood, LLC is proud to announce the first public demonstration of Sweet Spot, a swing development system that connects to a smart phone app to help athletes train and improve their swing for golf and tennis. Sweet Spot will exhibit as part of the M2M and Wireless Pavilion in booth # 1128 with Verizon, demonstrating the swing training technology as part of a showcase of Internet connected devices that are enhanced by Verizon’s wireless network.
Attendees to the Sensors Expo will be able to demo Sweet Spot with a short distance chip shot. This will be the first public technology demonstration of Sweet Spot. Sweet Spot will be launching a crowdfunding campaign in July on Indiegogo.com.
Sanwood President, Eric Sanchez, said, “We are excited to be a part of the Verizon exhibit and to be displaying our new technology. In addition to developing our swing sensor technology, we also developed the IoT Skybox, a data gateway that connects Sweet Spot to the Verizon Wireless Network.”
IoT Skybox is a hub for internet-connect technologies with a developer kit that will be introduced later in the year. The IoT Skybox platform will allow hardware developers to create Internet of Things technologies that work with OS-independent web apps. Combining Sweet Spot with the IoT Skybox will allow for cloud-based storage of swing data that can be accessed from any browser.
Visit Sweet Spot in Booth 1128 at Sensors Expo 2014 in Rosemont, Illinois, June 24th and 25th. Sweet Spot pre-orders can be requested by completing the form at www.gosweetspot.net/preorder. For wholesale preorder, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sweet Spot’s crowdfunding campaign is scheduled for July 15th, 2014. Contributors that give $99.95 will receive a Sweet Spot sensor and hardware for golf and tennis. To learn more about Sweet Spot, visit www.GoSweetSpot.net.
For Press inquiries, contact Sweet Spot Marketing rmcmanus(a)contentvia.com.
About Sanwood LLC & Sweet Spot
SanWood, LLC is a Nevada-based corporation with software development offices in Santa Barbara, CA and business operations at The Integration Center in Las Vegas, NV. Sanwood LLC is the technology development company behind Sweet Spot and IoT Skybox. Sweet Spot is a swing sensor that connects via BluetoothSmart to an iOS or android app and works with any golf club or tennis racket. Interactive training games develop a users swing and social integration allows users to connect with friends to challenge, compete, and share accomplishments. Learn more about Sweet Spot at www.goSweetSpot.net.