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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.


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

— Mag. (FH) Thomas Saier / CEO


Development Insights.

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


Episode 01.
Jul 3, 2017

Injuries and
their Effects.

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.
Sept 18, 2017


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.
Dec 21, 2017

Dummy and

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.

Episode 04.
Oct 17, 2018


Software algorithms allow prototypes to be optimized for material resilience and weight minimization and hence create unexpected designs. This is the result of our Development Journey.