ICEdot Helmet Crash Sensor

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

It’s always better to be safe than sorry, and the ICEdot Crash Sensor exemplifies this popular saying perfectly. In an effort to make cycling safer for everyone, the ICEdot Crash Sensor can actually detect when you’ve been in an accident.

Cycling alone can be a scary thing. Sure if someone sees you crash, they are hopefully going to contact help, but what if you are in the middle of no man’s land? Well this incredible sensor will begin a countdown when it senses you crashed. If you do not stop the countdown, it will contact your emergency contacts and alert them of your exact GPS location via a low impact Bluetooth connected smartphone application. The product is slated to hit the market next year.

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