AI personal trainer platform, Altis secured $10.5 Million Seed Round

Altis, a Florida based AI personal trainer, supported by a Movement Operating System, has now secured $3 million and a $10.5 million seed funding round.

Altis was founded by Jeff Halevy. It offers an AI personal trainer that, by applying deep learning and computer vision models in commercial and consumer fitness, functions as a capable substitute for a human personal trainer.

With the help of AI and Computer Vision, Altis sees, understands and personally instructs users, delivering the most intelligent and interactive fitness experience ever from a soundbar sized console that connects to any screen. It helps to create hyper-personalized fitness programs which are based on users' individual capabilities, goals, and limitations and dynamically coaches users in real-time based on their live performance.

Executive Opinion

Jeff Halevy, CEO and co-founder, said, "It's been incredible to see the level of investor interest increase as Altis comes to market. While previous investment activity was driven by the hype of the 'connected fitness' category, I believe investment in Altis has been purely value driven. Movement OS will not only support democratizing access to quality, personalized exercise instruction – but to virtually any body-related discipline across the human movement spectrum, from post-surgical and rehabilitation to high performance."

Georganne Moline, US Olympian and track and field world record holder, said, "I suffered a career-ending injury off the track from improper training, while I was genetically gifted, and in my twenties. If this can happen to me, in my prime, just imagine the risk to someone like my mom, who does not have the same profile and is not receiving expert training. Most people don't know what they don't know, and suffer as a result – either directly from injury, or just feeling like failures from doing the wrong things for their bodies. I believe Altis uniquely solves this problem by meeting users at their level, creating an optimal program for them, and managing that program in real time to ensure safety and results."

Altis' Latest Funding

The round was backed by Georganne Moline, US Olympians, Mike Capps and Bill Glynn.

The startup, as of now, has plans to use the new funds to accelerate growth and expand operations.
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