Mounts to helmet / Sensor pairs with phone / Detects critical impact / Notifies your emergency contacts
The Crash Sensor mounts onto any helmet. When paired with the ICEdot app on a smartphone, the system is able to detect motion, changes in forces and impacts.
In the event of critical forces, the device triggers the app over low energy Bluetooth to sound an alarm and initiate an emergency countdown. Unless the countdown clock is stopped, the app will then notify your emergency contacts and send them a map of your exact location and GPS coordinates of the incident so that appropriate follow up actions can be taken.
Cycling, mountain biking, skiing, motorcycling, motor sports and adventure sports all involve significant risks. We know those risks aren’t going to stop you, heck, they don’t stop us and never will. We’re just here to help you Adventure Responsibly. Get protected with the ultimate in helmet safety technology today!
The Crash Sensor app is available for iPhone 4S and later and all Android phones using OS 4.3 or higher except for Samsung phones. Samsung phones need to be using OS 4.4.2 or later. OS 4.4.2 will be released in Australia by the major networks in June/July 2014.
The ICEdot Crash Sensor has already generated significant media attention. Check it out!
“…a lifedefining difference the next time you hit your head in a crash.”
“ICEdot crash sensor saves lives.”
“ICEdot and SenseTech hope to take the traditional brain bucket to new heights.”
“ICEdot has a solution… (that) can provide an actual level of protection.”
“This could be the perfect accessory if no one comes to your rescue after a crash.”
“The innovative wireless sensor… can detect motion, changes in forces and impacts that occur when the rider has fallen.”
“Life saver’ bike helmet connects with your phone and alerts emergency services if you are in an accident.”
“Helmet Sensor ‘Calls Your Loved Ones’ in a Bike Crash”
“Not just for cyclists, the ICEdot Crash Sensor is aimed at snowboarders, skiers, mountainbikers, or really anyone participating in risky activities.”