In a sporting event, athletes are often subjected to routing hits and body parts under-go severe stresses and strains. Regularly, these athletes sustain severe injuries that are live threatening and sometimes paralyzed or concussed. Some athletes sometimes CONTINUE to play without the slightest idea of the severity of these injuries. Some events like football games have become physically developed that monitoring the physiological conditions of players is eminent. Communicating detection severity wireless to the computer device on the side line will expedite the safety and security of these players. Regularly players are reminded of the dangers imposed from exercise and/or playing in severe environmental conditions Such as hot and/or cold weathers and excessive force due to collision may impact injuries.
Even well conditioned athletes and military recruits sometimes are afflicted with heat illnesses and deaths with predictable regularity. Still, the incidence of high profile deaths and heat related deaths CONTINUE to occur Therefore, without the use of a force responsive wearable outfit for continuous physiological condition and body temperature monitoring, many misses would continue to occur. Our force responsive outfit is configured with nano sensors, load cells and strain gages for monitoring the degree of force impacted on an athlete during a hit or collision in a sporting event such as football games because any given game day, a player is susceptible to the illnesses the game is subjected to.
Thought children athletes are more susceptible to heat related illness due to their higher metabolic rates and body composition, they have diminished capacity for sweating and their bodies need to be monitored for heat rise since occasionally they may not hydrate themselves properly. That is why the monitoring of physiological conditions, impacted force, and body temperature are very important in ensuring that the players health are promptly reported at the sideline to prevent any further exposure to elevated injuries. All detections are communicated wireless to the sideline to prevent any occurring physical response that may be harmful and or fatal to the injured person, including dizziness, fainting and cardiac arrest.