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PRESS RELEASE:
TULSA, Ok., July 18, 2012- ICEdot (which stands for In Case of Emergency) has officially partnered with  SenseTech LLC of Denver, Co  to develop and launch a helmet-mounted impact sensor. The innovative wireless sensor will mount to any helmet and communicate with the user’s smart phone.  In the event of an accident, the sensor can detect critical forces, activate communications on the user’s smart phone and sends a request for emergency help. This product will be initially targeted towards action sports athletes and enthusiasts in individual sports, such as cycling, snow sports, skateboarding, motocross and BMX.
“The ICEdot- SenseTech relationship is an important partnership that will help cut down the time between injury and effective medical treatment, specifically as it may relate to those who sustain head injuries,” said ICEdot CEO, Chris Zenthoefer. “As an active cyclist, I know of accidents where people should not have continued on or were left unresponsive without help. This sensor, now coupled with the ICEdot service, assures individuals that in the event of serious head impact, they are aware of the types of forces that they have experienced, and if they are not responsive, emergency contacts can be immediately notified.”
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ICEdot Logo
PRESS RELEASE:
TULSA, Ok., July 18, 2012- ICEdot (which stands for In Case of Emergency) has officially partnered with  SenseTech LLC of Denver, Co  to develop and launch a helmet-mounted impact sensor. The innovative wireless sensor will mount to any helmet and communicate with the user’s smart phone.  In the event of an accident, the sensor can detect critical forces, activate communications on the user’s smart phone and sends a request for emergency help. This product will be initially targeted towards action sports athletes and enthusiasts in individual sports, such as cycling, snow sports, skateboarding, motocross and BMX.
“The ICEdot- SenseTech relationship is an important partnership that will help cut down the time between injury and effective medical treatment, specifically as it may relate to those who sustain head injuries,” said ICEdot CEO, Chris Zenthoefer. “As an active cyclist, I know of accidents where people should not have continued on or were left unresponsive without help. This sensor, now coupled with the ICEdot service, assures individuals that in the event of serious head impact, they are aware of the types of forces that they have experienced, and if they are not responsive, emergency contacts can be immediately notified.”
To read more please click here.