Limit downtime and save money.
|Service technicians can remotely diagnose and resolve issues.|
|Detailed usage information gives you insights to extend the life of your equipment and helps you to make more informed purchases in the future.|
Equipment Usage Insights
|Swap out low-use equipment for more popular cardio.|
Rotate equipment to extend the life of your cardio and create even trade-in value.
Plan and set up preventative maintenance tasks and reminders.
Do recumbent bikes or cross-trainers get a lot of use at a certain hour?
Add a low-impact group training class at that time to provide variety for your exercisers.
|Use console touchscreens as a marketing tool to highlight facility events, promotions and other news.|
|Insights into equipment use show when your facility is busy and when it's not, which helps guide staffing decisions.|
|Save energy with settings that automatically turn your equipment on during open hours and off when you close.|
Real Impact - A fitness facility in the UK recently set up automatic on and off for its cardio equipment through Halo Fitness Cloud.
The result is a £10,000/year savings in staffing and utility costs.
Wearable technology’s rank on the ACSM list of top fitness trends
Where exercise apps rank on the ACSM list
Of Americans own a smartphone
People in the world use YouTube
Users of Spotify
Digital technology isn’t going away and it’s essential to keep up with it.
Connecting your compatible cardio equipment to the internet enhances the exerciser experience, makes service easier and saves you money in the long run.
Digital Success Team
You don’t have to be an expert to connect, but there are nuances to consider. Our Digital Success Team can guide the way.
How to Connect
Follow our easy Five Steps for Optimal Cardio Connection guide to make sure your cardio is connected properly.