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September 15, 2015
Republican Herald

New helmets to help Pottsville identify concussions

As part of the purchase, 30 of the helmets will be equipped with the state-of-the-art Riddell InSite Impact Response System that measures impacts to the head and alerts trainers and doctors immediately when a significant single or multiple hits occur. “We want to make sure we invest and do everything we can to keep all our student-athletes safe,” Superintendent Dr. Jeffrey Zwiebel said.
September 15, 2015
Current in Zionsville

New football helmets detect potential concussions

Taking the pressure off players to make the call, TPCA players are wearing new state-of-the-art Riddell helmets with sensor pads. “When they test marketed them, they collected data on 1.8 million hits,” Johnson said.
September 15, 2015
Battle Creek Enquirer

New helmets, new technology may help avoid concussions

More high profile is the second project by Maple Valley, the use of the new Riddell SpeedFlex helmets, using InSite technology — a monitoring system that measures the impact of the skull against the inside of the helmet.
September 14, 2015
9&10 News

Suttons Bay football teams with Riddell InSite

When members of the varsity and junior varsity football programs at Suttons Bay High School opened camp two weeks ago, they became the first school in Northern Michigan to utilize Riddell’s InSite Impact Response System.“There’s no doubt that this is an extra set of eyes,” Webb said “It’s basically a system that adds an extra set of eyes to help the sideline personnel with evaluating players and the safety of players, which is what it’s all about. It’s just smarter, safer football.”
September 14, 2015
Lansing State Journal

Maple Valley football using new technology to monitor concussion risk

“What we’re hoping is to be the leaders in the state, and the country, when it comes to concussion awareness,” said Martin, whose team is one of the first high schools in the state with the SpeedFlex headgear, which has an InSite Impact Response System built in. “We want to be that spearhead that makes districts understand that there is an obligation to keeping our kids safe.”
September 14, 2015
The Virginia Gazette

New Football Helmet Technology Showing Promise

Bright landed on his head, activating the Riddell InSite sensor pad tucked inside his helmet that is designed to measure impact. "If it goes off, I can go right to the kid and say hey, let me take a look at you," Gotthardt said. "Before, I wouldn't have known unless it was a real bad hit."
December 04, 2014
Exponent

Football team tests high-tech helmet technology

The system is designed to be a less costly method designed from data obtained through the Sideline Response System. This system detects head impact using a covering on the inside of the helmet which identifies and alerts to hits based on linear and rotational acceleration, duration and location of contact. - See more at: http://uwpexponent.com/sports/2014/12/04/football-team-tests-high-tech-helmet-technology/#sthash.cF1IwMGx.dpuf
December 02, 2014
Concussion Policy and the Law

University Using Sensors to Monitor Dangerous Hits on Football Field

University of Florida Health researchers are using the helmets of Gator football players to help measure the force of on-field hits as part of ongoing efforts to better understand and prevent concussions and treat them before they cause lasting damage.
November 30, 2014
KKCO 11 News

Special Report: Young athlete steps away from football after concussions

He was concussed twice in a short amount of time, and if he received a third concussion he wouldn't be allowed to play any high school sport for the rest of this time as a student.
November 26, 2014
North Jersey News

Cooper on H.S. football: New weapon in the fight against concussions

“I think you owe it to the student-athletes to look out for their best interests,” McAleer said. “Ultimately, I think it can make football safer. I think this is our way of being proactive.”
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