Equestrian is one the most popular sport in the world, with millions of new riders starting every year.

Many disciplines can be practiced, in many varied environments.

This sport is considered as one of the most dangerous. Therefore the safety of the rider and his horse are paramount.

Whatever their level of ability, riders need tools to enable them to apprehend better the environment that surround them, whether it is to help them progress with their riding, manage better their horse’s health or their or their own safety and those of their belongings.

We propose solutions that respond to those needs.


Thirst for freedom, desire of space, skiing gives us all those sensations.

Practicing family safe racing down the slopes, hiking, cross-country skiing, skiing the moment is the culmination of successful winter holidays. Revived by the appearance of Snowboarding, Skiing is synonymous of stunts and rides for the more adventurous.

The ‘’FUN’’ aspect of these activities should never make us forget our security. There is over 140,000 injuries each year in France alone, with more than 3% of which are head injuries. Wearing a helmet is not mandatory, however the habit of wearing one I starting to develop, especially with young people.

We propose solutions to assist you more quickly.


Thrills in a roaring atmosphere but also very often festive.

Bumps and woops unforgiving to those who does not master them.

Initially, it is best not to linger and stay in the wheels of your buddies: stones can fly low, thrown by the toothed wheels of other competitors and at the first corner everybody is here! The contacts between the bikers are sometimes rough and being in the squad is not the best place. The safest place to be is in the air!

This sport has taken measure of his dangerousness and Motocross-rider’s equipment is not made to stay in the locker room: boots, knee, back protector,...

The fact remains that a fall remains dangerous, whichever piece of equipment you are using…


More prevalent in North-America than in Europe, it is however practiced in many Scandinavian and Eastern-European countries.

Formerly a sport crystallizing ideological conflicts, it has become a sport in which the stakes are just as high as in any other games.

It remains a very physical contact sport in which there is a significant need for reflection about injuries in the game.

Due to the environment in which the games are played, an arena surrounded by windows, the contacts and impacts are loud and virile to say the least.

Protected from head to toes, hockey players are nevertheless subject to more frequent injuries, such as concussions, than in most other sports.

Protective gears, but also diagnostic tools exist to help team managers make the right decisions at the right time.