"A protector should allow natural movements, but should restrict movement at a certain point to avoid irreversible injuries."

— Mag. (FH) Thomas Saier / CEO.


From prototype
to series production.

Our team has competences in prototype modelling from technology readiness level (TRL) 2 to 9. Our skills range from ideation, design concepts, prototyping and implementation.


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We are pursuing new approaches in product development with our design team & external professionals from medicine, sensoric engineering and biomechanics.
We want to allow the public to follow our various development stages of a new spinal protection system.

Episodes of our design process are frequently posted to give you an insight into our daily activities.


Episode 01.
Injuries and their effects.

Jul 3, 2017, 6:00pm
In the first episode, statistical background and accumulations of injuries are rolled up. We present valid data from EU / Austria and consider the relevance of prevention by protectors. Special thanks to: Daniel Kontsch, Wings for Live World Run Local Champ.

Episode 02.
Medical Research.

Sept 18, 2017, 6:00pm
In the second episode, Prof. Georg Feigl exlplains the anatomical structure of the spine. Special thanks to: Prof. Georg Feigl, medical University of Graz.

Episode 03.
Dummy and test bed.

Dec 21, 2017, 6:00pm
In the third episode, preliminary results are being shown. Our design team explains the necessity of creating a rotational dummy, in order to test their designs.