Concussion-Detecting Helmet

Concussion-Detecting Helmet
Design

The company has teamed with startup MC10 to develop a wearable impact indicator that identifies sports-related head injuries.

Emma Hutchings
  • 29 october 2012

In the competitive world of sports, head injuries are an all too common occurrence. Reebok-CCM Hockey has partnered with startup MC10 on a new skullcap that can be worn under a helmet. The wearable sports impact indicator uses sensors to detect the severity of a blow. It is designed to let athletes know whether medical treatment or rest is required before resuming play.

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