Wearable Tech - Startup in Stealth Mode


Head Case is an organization that is in settlement with worried parents everywhere who truely need sports be to be more secure for their youngsters. Head Case’s one and simplest aim is to help shield younger athletes from the dangers of undetected cumulative concussions. For this the crew have head health management device, a cheap three-element system that measures head affects, statistics information and provides diagnostic equipment to detect potential concussions.


Concussion and related head injuries are major concern of high school athletes, parents and coaches. This Chicago based startup is building a sensor that can monitor head impacts during contact sports like hockey and football. The sensor uses a gyroscope and an accelerometer in a small sensor that is situated inside the helmets of athletes. Information about the potential impacts is communicated to a base station in an iOS or Android device managed by the coach. This app communicates with individual players’ sensors using BLE (Low Energy Bluetooth) and monitors for any potential impacts. If an impact occurs it will alert the coach and prompt corrective actions. Another set of iOS and Android apps built for parents and athletes to help them monitor, track, and educate about potential concussions and other head injuries.

Armia Systems team developed both iOS and Android apps to communicate with BLE devices over the air using low energy Bluetooth. A custom protocol is used to communicate with the devices and provide status updates. The apps also communicated with a cloud app to update the websites.

Mobile App Features

Bluetooth BLE device connectivity, Monitor for potential impacts, Custom Protocol, iOS & Android

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