Performance-Tracking Helmet Can Detect Accidents And Send For Help

Performance-Tracking Helmet Can Detect Accidents And Send For Help
Fitness & Sport

PhiPal is transforming the piece of safety equipment so that it can help to save lives, automatically

Jennifer Passas
  • 10 november 2016

Carlo Ciaramelletti, co-founder of SaPHIBeat Technologies, a wearable safety device startup, nearly lost his life while skiing in Italy. The day after his accident, another skier crashed in the same area and lost his life because he wasn’t able to signal for help. The story and experience prompted Ciaramelletti to create PhiPal, a helmet add-on that can call for help if necessary, with the ability to track and improve the wearer’s performance.

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