March 1, 2019 -- We are selected as Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS), Northern California, Semi Finalist 2019 and Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision Competition, 2018-2019, Honorable Mention Winner, based on our innovation on concussion sensors.
Hosting Homecoming for the end of 2018-2019 SJPAL season : West San Jose Youth Football team
October 28, 2018 -- Can not believe that 2018-2019 season comes to an end so soon. We are hosting the final homecoming game for West San Jose Youth Football Team at SJPAL Stadium. Thanks for the support from family and community in general to make it a wonderful season.
This is the 1st year we have concussion policy and training at SJPAL. We will review the data during off-sean and optimize for next season.
We won 3 innovation awards at iCAN 2018, including Gold Medal and Best Young Inventor Award
Sep 1, 2018 -- We won 3 major awards at 2018 International Invention Innovation Competition In Canada, iCAN 2018, at Toronto, Canada, organized by Toronto International Society of Innovation & Advanced Skills (TISIAS), Innovation Initiative Co-operative Inc. (ICO), International Federation of Inventors' Associations (IFIA), World Invention Intellectual Property Associations (WIIPA).
We are the proud winner of:
INNOPA Special Award
and most importantly, Best Young Inventor Award
We donate and become Platium Sponsor for West San Jose Youth Football team
August 27, 2018 -- we have donated our Q2'2018 profit to West San Jose Youth Football Team, including Mighty Mites, Jr. Pee Wee, Pee Wee, Jr. Varsity and Varsity team, as proud Platium Sponsor. Together with SJPAL's new concussion policy, we believe we can make football playing safer and more fun.
BTW, Maddox is a little bit sad because his old Evergreen team lost to WSJ Storm team last year.
2018 Football Season Starts, and San Jose Police Activities League Establishes Concussion Policy
July 26, 2018 -- 2018 youth football seaon starts at San Jose. Working with our community, our SJPAL league, San Jose Police Activities League, has established the concussion policy, including requiring coaches to take the CDC online course where they will learn techniques to reduce the risk of possible concussions.
The policy can be found here, and related concussion information sheet for coaches and parents can be found here and here.
We presented at 2018 Maker Fair.
May 19, 2018 -- We are invited speaker for 2018 Maker Faire, and we kicked off Saturday event with our presentation on concussion sensors at Maker: Education stage.
We attend Save Youth Football rally in Santa Clara
Apr 22, 2018 -- We join many parents and young football player at the rally at Townsend Field to support parents’ right to choose appropriate activities to gain the benefits listed herein for their own children, and the continued evolution of the sport. We beleive that we should not avoid the problem (such as concussion). Instead, we should face the problem and find solution.
We will present at 2018 Maker Faire at Bay Area
Mar 17, 2018 and updated on Apr 14, 2018 -- we have been selected to present at Maker Faire Bay Area 2018, and invited as 1st speaker for Ba Area 2018 event.
Our Project number is 65387. Our invited speak is on Saturday 10:30 AM - 10:45 AM at the stage of "Make: Education", and our booth location will be announced later.
Can not wait to see all you there.
Our Patent Application is approved
Feb 24, 2018 and updated on Apr 10, 2018 -- Our US Patent Application, "CONCUSSION SENSING SYSTEM WITH CLOUD-BASED PREDICTION MODEL UPDATE" is approved, and now published as of April 10, 2018.
Announce Free Sensor Program (as our social responsibility to improve sports safety)
Feb 12, 2018 -- we start the Free Sensor Program, where where we donate 1 sensor per month to an individual or 5 sensors per month to an football team. We encourage all teens and their parents to think more about how to use technology to provide safer environment for sports.
Helen is advising AoS on product design and user experience. She has extensive experience on IoT and mobile application. She recently served as Interactive Designer & Usability Analyst at SONY, during which time she released multiple products. Prior to SONY, she worked on design projects with Nokia, ESID Design, and other companies as designer and usability analyst. She holds a PhD of Design Science from Engineering Department, Chiba University, Japan.
We are in the process of obtaining a business advisor.