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This article was published on June 26, 2012

TechStars Boston alum UberSense raises $1.1m for sports training app

TechStars Boston alum UberSense raises $1.1m for sports training app Image by: Jim Parkin - Fotolia
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TechStars Boston 2012 graduate UberSense, formerly known as Excelade, has raised a little over $1.1 million in new funding according to an SEC filing.

UberSense makes a video training app for iPhone and iPad that enables sport athletes and coaches to record, analyze in slow motion, improve and track technique across a variety of sports, including tennis, baseball, cycling, basketball, running, skiing and gymnastics.

Its customers range from individual athletes to high school and university teams as well as elite sports organizations.

The startup was founded by Krishna Ramchandran, a former Senior Research Scientist with Citrix Online and ex-Microsoft Research and Bell Labs researcher, and former Yahoo employee Amit Jardosh. The startup is based in Cambridge, MA.

We’ve reached out to them to learn more about the funding round.

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