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Health-tech start-up Portl raises $3 million funding

Portl, a digital fitness and wellness technology startup, has secured $3 million in funding led by Bharat Innovation Fund. The company plans to expand its product range and customer base in India and abroad.

Existing investor Kalaari Capital and new investor T-Hub Foundation also participated in the funding round.

Founded in March 2021 by Indraneel Gupta, Vishal Chandapeta, and Armaan Kandhari, Portl offers the Portl Studio. This flagship product uses artificial intelligence to provide personalized fitness and wellness experiences at homes, luxury hotels, and gyms. The Smart Mirror features a 43-inch 4K screen, bio-sensors, HD cameras, and edge-AI processing with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. It offers real-time form feedback, health monitoring, and telemedicine integrations.

“At Portl, we are dedicated to reimagining personalised fitness through state-of-the-art technology,” said Gupta, who is the CEO of Portl. “We are dedicated to revolutionising personalised fitness with cutting-edge technology. This latest funding round validates our vision and commitment to making health and fitness accessible to everyone, no matter where they are. By integrating advanced AI and innovative hardware, we aim to empower individuals to achieve their wellness goals seamlessly and effectively, delivering personalised experiences at scale and providing people the opportunity to adopt healthier lifestyles with ease.”

The company stated that it’s AI personalization engine delivers tailored workout plans based on fitness levels, daily performance, and preferences in real-time. It’s compatible with a range of hardware platforms, including smartphones, tablets, and smart TVs.

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