Forget lessons, these smart skis are loaded with artificial intelligence

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Can artificial intelligence make you a better skier? Rossignol thinks it can. 

The ski manufacturer teamed up with sports tech company PIQ to put an AI-powered computer — complete with an LED display — right on a pair of skis.

Called the Rossingol Hero Master, the idea is similar to the PIQ Robot accessory, which attaches to ski boots and analyzes your turns, speed and other data while you ride. This takes that idea to the next level with the technology built right into the skis. 

Rather than just sending the data to an app on your phone, the Hero Master comes with its own LED display so skiers can see real-time stats and other information (it also tracks stats in its own app, as well). The prototype uses onboard sensors and PIQ’s algorithms to analyze speed, turning angles, and other data. Read more…

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Forget lessons, these smart skis are loaded with artificial intelligence

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Can artificial intelligence make you a better skier? Rossignol thinks it can. 

The ski manufacturer teamed up with sports tech company PIQ to put an AI-powered computer — complete with an LED display — right on a pair of skis.

Called the Rossingol Hero Master, the idea is similar to the PIQ Robot accessory, which attaches to ski boots and analyzes your turns, speed and other data while you ride. This takes that idea to the next level with the technology built right into the skis. 

Rather than just sending the data to an app on your phone, the Hero Master comes with its own LED display so skiers can see real-time stats and other information (it also tracks stats in its own app, as well). The prototype uses onboard sensors and PIQ’s algorithms to analyze speed, turning angles, and other data. Read more…

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