What Are Coachable Moments?

What Are Coachable Moments? | AFCA Weekly For Football Coaches  Everyone seems to be into wearable technology today. From your everyday Fitbit wearer to Olympic level trainers and athletes, there is a wealth of knowledge at our disposal like never before. Football coaches are no different. There are dozens of wearable tech companies providing data […]

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University of Washington football team using high-tech mouthguards to measure head impacts

Virginia Tech is leading a $3.3 million, multi-center, five-year study that will track head impact exposure in children — the largest and most comprehensive biomedical study of youth football players to date.

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Virginia Tech to lead national, five-year study on head impacts in youth football

Virginia Tech is leading a $3.3 million, multi-center, five-year study that will track head impact exposure in children — the largest and most comprehensive biomedical study of youth football players to date.

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SmartTeam Pilot Program to Implement Youth Sports Safety Best Practices and UNICEF International Safeguards for Children in Sport

i1 Biometrics is proud to announce that it has agreed with MomsTEAM Institute of Youth Sports Safety, , a leading youth sports health and safety think tank and watchdog group, to provide major funding for Institute’s innovative SmartTeam™ program.

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i1 BIOMETRICS™ ACQUIRES SHOCKBOX™

i1 Biometrics, a leading sports wearable technology company that has developed the Vector™ MouthGuard with ESP™ Chip Technology, announced today it has acquired Shockbox from Impakt Protective, Inc.

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Aggie football team will wear the Vector MouthGuards this spring

i1 Biometrics, a leading sports wearable tech company that has developed the Vector MouthGuard with ESP Chip Technology, announced today it has signed an agreement with the Texas A&M University.

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University Of South Carolina Football Team To Wear Vector MouthGuards with ESP Chip Technology In 2015

i1 Biometrics, a leading sports wearable technology company that has developed the Vector MouthGuard with ESP Chip Technology, announced today it has signed an agreement with the University of South Carolina.

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The Province talks with SVP Jon Pritchett about the The Vector MouthGuard

After season-long testing with Louisiana State University, the Province talks with SVP Jon Pritchett about the The Vector MouthGuard and how uses an algorithm to measure and transfer data from player collisions to a mobile device used by trainers on the sidelines.

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KSHB reports on University of Kansas and i1 Biometrics partnership

The danger of concussions in sports is leading to new wearable technology to try to protect athletes. University of Kansas football players will use new high-tech mouth guards this season to help identify concussions.

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University Of Kansas Football Signs Agreement With i1 Biometrics To Use Leading Impact Sensing Technology

1 Biometrics, a leading sports wearable technology company that has developed the Vector MouthGuard with ESP Chip Technology, announced today it has signed an agreement with the University of Kansas.

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Chris Casquejo reports the i1 Biometrics story from Seattle.

Chris Casquejo, from CCTV America, reports on how i1 Biometrics is making American football safer with the Vector MouthGuard and its ESP Chip Technology.

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Elite Daily on the Vector MouthGuard

A December Bloomberg Politics poll, which surveyed 1,001 adults, concluded that 50 percent of Americans would not allow their children to play youth football.

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Will Wearable Tech be the Decisive Factor in Super Bowl XLIX?

As the Patriots and the Seahawks face-off this weekend, American football is still considered to be a dangerous sport. Players quite often receive impacts that can lead to concussion, brain injury, and even death. Although wearable tech cannot prevent the impact on the body, it can detect impacts to the head during a game and with the right […]

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Senior Vice President Talks Vector MouthGuard

  In this informative interview with Sports Radio 810, our Senior Vice President, Jon L. Pritchett talks coaching, concussions and the technology behind our Vector MouthGuard.

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Concussions Cast Shadow Over Football

As we learned in last night’s HBO interview with Mike Ditka, concussions continue to cast a long shadow over the game of football. A few weeks ago, our CEO Jesse Harper had the opportunity to speak with Bret Baier of Fox News about the disturbing trend and how we’re are tackling the problem — head […]

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