Rugby player develops device to track head trauma after teammate forced to quit sport


A rugby player has developed a wearable device to monitor head trauma after a teammate was forced to stop playing the sport due to injury.

Euan Bowen, 28, played the game at university and in his final year in 2018, when a teammate suffered three concussion injuries in one season.

It spurred Mr Bowen to develop an idea for a device to track brain health into the HIT Impact technology, which detects g-force and records impact on an app.



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