Tempo Raises $60 Million as First Home Fitness System to Use 3-D Sensors, Artificial Intelligence

Tempo, the first home fitness system that uses 3-D sensors and AI to analyze motion and provide real-time rep counting, form feedback, and weight recommendations, announced it has raised $60 million in new funding. The startup says their sales are up nearly 500% since February and on track to exit 2020 at a $100M run rate. Moawia Eldeeb, CEO & Co-founder of Tempo, explains how his home fitness system distinguishes itself from other home fitness startups such as Mirror.
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