STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN – 28 JUNE 2018
FINDINGS FROM VIRGINIA TECH STAR TESTING VALIDATE MIPS SAFETY TECHNOLOGY
“Our goal with these ratings is to give cyclists an evidence-based tool for making informed decisions about how to reduce their risk of injury,” said Steve Rowson, director of the Virginia Tech Helmet Lab. Virginia Tech’s helmet laboratory is also a leader in testing helmets for team and motor sports.
All of the helmets ranked in the Virginia Tech STAR rankings are available for sale from bicycle specialty shops.
MIPS is a world-leader in helmet-based safety and the protection of the human brain. Based on an ingredient brand business-model, MIPS Brain Protection System (BPS) is found in helmets around the world and across multiple market categories. The BPS solution, which is patented in all relevant markets, is based on 20 years of research and development together with the Royal Institute of Technology and the Karolinska Institute, both located in Stockholm, Sweden.
MIPS headquarters is in Stockholm with 25 employees engaged in research and development, sales, marketing and ad- ministration. Its product and technology test facility is also in the same location. Production and manufacturing operations take place at sub-contractor facilities.
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