Indian startup Ducere Technologies Pvt. is going to start selling its Bluetooth enabled Lechal shoes for more than $100 a pair in September. The shoes sync up with the Google maps smartphone app and vibrate to tell users when and where to turn to reach their destination. Just tell your phone where you want to go and then you can leave it in your pocket because the buzzing in your left or right shoe will lead the way.
Ducere was started by two Indian engineers who had studied and worked in the U.S. in 2011 and has grown to 50 employees in the city of Secunderabad in the newly-formed southern Indian state of Telengana. The shoes can be used as a more accurate way to record distance travelled and calories burnt, said Mr. Lawrence.
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