After an event, peak linear and angular acceleration, as well as already established bio-metric user data such as Age, Weight, and Gender are uploaded to the F.I.T centralized database. Over time this database will help us improve the risk indication levels and thresholds used by the FITGuardtm
Clinical tests have proven that the combined measurement of linear and angular acceleration has the most accurate prediction of concussion possibilities 
, compared to either of the measurements independent of one another.
Clinical studies suggest that sensors located in a mouthguard
, as opposed to an accessory on a helmet or a chinstrap, have a higher correlation to the center of gravity of the brain. This is thought to be a result of the mouthguard's placement in relation to the rear molars, which are attached to the base of the skull.
proprietary, user-specific adaptive programmable software, allows the user to establish a pre-determined threshold based on their age, weight, and gender, or set their own desired levels of indication!
is Bluetooth compatible and can communicate with any BLE-enabled smartphone. Using Bluetooth low-energy, data & information can be pushed and pulled from the device.
Our custom mobile application allows the user to download the event registry log of accelerations from the device. This will allow parents, coaches, and leagues to follow their normal concussion protocol, while having some quantitative data to consider.