Athletes do drop dead on the pitch or during training, but I suppose those unfortunate events could have been avoided if the GPS Sports system was implemented before. This device enables coaches to track not only their players’ positions and how fast they move, but also their vital statistics as well. Sounds more and more like a top-down view in a video game as those on the sidelines can pinpoint patterns in movement. In addition, the GPS Sports device can also measure the force of a hit a player receives and report it to the relevant authorities. I guess this would work great with the Xenith X1 helmet. The GPS Sports device can be attached to a vest or a series of straps as depicted here.
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