We are developing a platform technology leveraging a miniaturized quantitative electroencephalogram device with a novel biosensor that will be worn under-the-helmet by both athletes and military to alert when mild traumatic brain injury (concussion) is detected. A proprietary algorithm is used to process the brainwaves and should it register a physiologically relevant concussive event, an unambiguous alert is sent to the sidelines or command rescue operations.

Through early diagnosis, patients will be in the best position to mitigate repetitive injury which can lead to chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).  Additionally, with early detection of concussion, we anticipate the occurrences of musculoskeletal injury and second impact syndrome which occur in players who return to participation following unreported and unrecognized concussion may be abated.