Summer 2018 Edition No11Vol1
Thursday July 5, 2018

Sports Injury

SportFitz Wearables IMPACTS US Concussion Market

SportFitz entered the US Concussion Market at the Inaugural Medical Sensors Design Conference 2018 in San Jose, California just last week to deliver a solution to the #1 undiagnosed health challenge in the world, CONCUSSION. More than 90% of people who have concussions do not know it costing the healthcare system $100,000-$3,000,000 per person.

SportFitz delivers a 1” wearable to stream brain impact and biometric data in real-time to notify the user of impacts to the brain and physical metrics before, during and after an impact.

SportFitz combines the real-time measurements of location, position, direction and force of impact; big data analytics and embedded protocols to predict the probability of a concussion; notify the user; notify medical professionals and recommend actions to save lives.

Generating the largest data base on brain impact by comparing demographics like sex, age, sport, performance level, geography and climate, allows us to impact athletic performance, employee safety, healthcare systems and insurance premiums.

SportFitz is currently facilitating Performance Protocol Pilots with international sports organizations, securing licensing agreements and distributors in Canada, USA, UK, South Africa, Caribbean (CARICOM), Spain, Germany, India and Japan. is distributed twice weekly; Tuesday and Thursday

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