Bluetooth

What is FTMS?

The FiTness Machine Service protocol, better known as FTMS, is the latest Bluetooth standard used to control fitness equipment including treadmills, training bikes, and rowing machines. Follow our guide to find out if your treadmill is FTMS enabled. What does FTMS mean in the real world? FTMS is revolutionising app

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Bluetooth vs Ant+

There tends to be a lot of confusion between BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) and ANT+. We aim to provide some clarity on the subject here.  Here are some quick Mythbusters to get started: ANT+ ANT+ is not Bluetooth but does use wireless technology Can connect to multiple devices e.g. Connecting/pairing

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FitCast

FitCast gives your treadmill superpowers. Simply put FitCast enables non Zwift (and more FTMS apps) compatible treadmills to magically become compatible. It also enables touch free structured workouts to control your treadmill in virtual worlds. How does it work? FitCast acts like a bridge between between your devices and Zwift

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