Our technology functions on the main principle that in order to minimise the implications of brain trauma as a result of participation in sport we need to prevent athletes from being exposed to cumulative brain traumas. We therefore identify these traumas at the point of injury and provide advisory analytics to remove the athlete from participation. Thus, eliminating the possibility of further traumas occurring.
The principles that are considered to enable the development of our brain trauma analysis software, a complex artificial intelligence engine, is that localisation and extent of brain trauma result in decreased cognitive acuity – changes to the functionality of the brain. Through monitoring changes in innate neurological functionality through cognitive acuity testing we can identify the susceptibility to concussions predicated on localisation and severity of trauma the individual was subject to. Through doing this we can render the brain trauma analysis software on first a general population level, then an individual level. This will then enable us to provide increasingly accurate data to advice on traumas sustained during athlete participation.