With innovative and new technology, there are always questions about how it works, how has it been tested, does it prevent concussions, etc…. President and CEO of Battle Sports Science, Chris Circo, addresses these questions and many more. Simply click on the question below to see his response.
There was originally some concern regarding false positives. How has two seasons of play proven this out?
Can you address the issues that have been raised concerning the "targeting" of players with a light?
39 states have now passed concussion laws, I myself was pivotal in passing Nebraska's. Does your product help support these laws?
Do you see those of us involved in the sport such as schools, cities, coaches etc., as having more liability as a result of the increased responsibilities?
Your product was recently criticized by a neurosurgeon relative to measurements at the chin and what is actually felt in the brain. Comments?
Many schools are utilizing sideline testing to make return to play decisions, what are your thoughts on that?
You have been quoted as saying its "going to take a village" to solve this problem. What do you mean by that?
Some people have criticized you for the lack of independent testing of how the brain is measured by your device. Can you comment on that?
There are other products made by companies that you would classify as your competitors. Thoughts on any of those?