...BECAUSE WE ALL KNOW,
IT'S WHAT'S ON THE INSIDE
THAT COUNTS
Introducing the revolutionary Common Sensors GC 1.0

“As a competitive athlete I never wanted to come off the field, sometimes even at the risk of my own health. While injuries can't be totally prevented, Common Sensors is making it possible to detect when a concussion or brain injury is likely to occur. I believe parents and coaches will feel better knowing Common Sensors is constantly monitoring their athletes for potential head injuries.”


Tutankhamen "Tutan" Reyes
Ole Miss 1996—1999 | NFL Veteran Guard 2000—2009

detect Head safety has emerged as a top priority in sports and competitions where athletes and competitors are at risk for potential injuries to the brain. The detection of incidents where a concussion may have occurred plays a vital role in the ongoing fulfillment of this priority.

Common Sensors are designed and calibrated to DETECT and monitor rapid accelerations or decelerations of the head from 20g to 80g or above—known thresholds in the occurrence of subconcussive (mTBI) and concussive incidents.
display When a rapid acceleration or deceleration of the head of 80g or above is detected (a known threshold for concussion) our sensors DISPLAY a bright red flashing LED light — alerting players, competitors, parents, coaches, trainers, or designated adults that an incident capable of producing a concussion has occurred.

Also, certain sensor models will DISPLAY the number of rapid accelerations or decelerations of the head from 20g to 80g or above for the day, week, and year — providing actionable data in the promotion of head safety.
defend Our patented sensors have been designed and calibrated to help DEFEND against injury to the brain resulting from:

Second Impact Syndrome (SIS) which CAN occur when an athlete or individual continues to participate after suffering a concussion

Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy which established and emerging research indicates MAY occur when an athlete or individual is exposed to repetitive, subconcussive or mild traumatic brain incidents (mTBIs)
COMMON SENSORS is the RIGHT TECHNOLOGY
to support Head Safety Procedures and Protocols.
pre-incident
protocols
The establishment of head safety procedures by teams, leagues and organizations for athletes, competitors, parents, coaches, trainers, and designated adults to observe and follow is becoming common practice in promoting and maximizing head safety.

Pre-incident protocols include cognitive baseline testing of athletes and competitors prior to participation.

Ongoing incident detection and monitoring beyond initial baseline testing plays a vital role in the procedural cycle.

That’s where Common Sensors comes in.
incident
detection
& monitoring
Common Sensors are designed and calibrated to detect and monitor rapid accelerations or decelerations of the head from 20g to 80g or above. If an individual experiences a rapid acceleration or deceleration of the head of 80g or above (a known threshold for possible concussion) the built-in bright red LED light on our sensors will begin to flash — alerting players, competitors, parents, coaches, trainers, or designated adults that a significant incident capable of producing a concussion has occurred.

With the touch of a button, our sensors display the number of rapid accelerations or decelerations of the head from 20g to 80g or above for the day, week, and year — providing actionable data in the implementation of post-incident protocols established by leagues, teams and organizations to promote head safety.
post-incident
protocols
Post-incident protocols are critical to the effectiveness of head safety procedures established by teams, leagues, and organizations.

These protocols can be triggered by visible symptoms such as loss of consciousness, dizziness, disorientation, nausea, etc., AND, detection devices like Common Sensors.

Post-incident protocols typically include:
  • on-site cognitive testing
  • the immediate removal of an athlete or competitor from participation if a concussion is suspected
  • proper notification of Parents/Guardians
  • Follow-up evaluation by a family doctor or concussion management specialist to establish a remediation protocol
  • Re-performance of cognitive baseline testing for pre-incident comparison
  • Successful completion/compliance of the remediation protocol prior to resuming participation
NOTE: Rapid accelerations or decelerations of the head may result in CONCUSSION and/or BRAIN INJURY. NO SENSOR CAN PREVENT SERIOUS CONCUSSIONS and/or BRAIN INJURIES AN INDIVIDUAL MIGHT RECEIVE AS A RESULT OF PARTICIPATION IN THEIR RESPECTIVE SPORTS OR ACTIVITIES.
Our sensors are designed and calibrated to detect and monitor rapid accelerations or decelerations of the head from 20g to 80g or above and to display an alert when an individual experiences rapid acceleration or deceleration of the head of 80g or above. Our sensors are NOT a diagnostic device. Concussions and other brain injuries can occur at levels that will not trigger an alert. Do not depend on ours or any other sensors as a sole screening method for possible brain injury. Brain injury symptoms include: loss of consciousness or memory, dizziness, headache, nausea or confusion. If an individual has symptoms, that individual should immediately stop their participation and report their symptoms to a designated adult. That individual should not resume participation until he/she has been cleared by a medical professional. Ignoring this warning may lead to serious or fatal brain injury.
  • AFL
  • BIW
  • BTC
  • EFLI
  • GFL
  • GRANGE
  • GRIDIRON
  • NGYFA
  • PYFL
  • STA2015
  • VISAA
  • WSJ
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