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White Papers and References

  • Our World Invention Creativity Olympic (WICO) Presentation
  • Our Maker Faire Keynote speech presentation and video
  • Check out Stanford University CamLab's TED talk on concussion

    Concussion Education CrashCourse Curriculum

    Sep 1, 2020 and updated in July, 2021 -- Even though 2020 youth football season is largely cancelled due to COVID19, we continue our concussion education effort by partner with TeachAids at Palto Alto by Dr. Piya Sorcar, a Lecturer at Stanford’s Graduate School of Education. When football season restarted in summer 2021, we continue promote concussion education at San Jose local youth football team.

    Certified by USA Football and TeachAids

  • CrashCourse | Brain Fly-Through (or VR version)
  • CrashCourse | Concussion Education (or VR version)
  • Courtesy of TeachAids, and under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works License

    Renewed Effort on Free Sensor Program
    (as our social responsibility to improve sports safety)

    Jun 20, 2020 -- We started the Free Sensor Program on Feb 12, 2018, for which we will donate 1 sensor per month to an individual or 5 sensors per month to a football team. Over the past 2 years, we have donated more than 30 concussion sensors.

    For upcoming 2020-2021 football season, we will continue our effort, and we encourage all teens and parents to consider how technology can be used to provide a safer environment for sports.

    To apply, please visit our Social Responsibility website.

    Aegis of Soteria Concussion Education Month


    August 30, 2019 -- 2019 football season started, and we started our Concussion Education Month to promote player safety, Pop Warner Concussion Policy, and online training for players, coaches, and parents. Every week, we visit San Jose local youth football teams as Community Spokesperson to speak to players and parents about concussion awareness and sports safety.

    “We think sports like football, cheer and dance offer so much to young person, from a fun, physically active lifestyle and a sense of teamwork to valuable life lessons like perseverance and sacrifice. To make it possible for them to enjoy those experiences we will never stop working to try and make football, cheerleading and dance safer.” -- Pop Warner Little Scholars

    HEADS UP coaches' training screen shot

    Hosting homecoming for the end of 2018-2019 SJPAL season : West San Jose Youth Football Team

    October 28, 2018 -- We are hosting the final homecoming game for the West San Jose Youth Football Team at SJPAL Stadium. Thanks to the support from families and the community, it has been a wonderful season.
    This is the first year we had concussion policy and training at SJPAL. We will review the data during the off-season and hope to optimize for next season.

    We donated and became a Platium Sponsor for the West San Jose Youth Football Team

    August 27, 2018 -- we have donated our Q2'2018 profit to the West San Jose Youth Football Team, including Mighty Mites, Jr. Pee Wee, Pee Wee, Jr. Varsity and Varsity team, as a proud Platinum Sponsor. Alongside SJPAL's new concussion policy, we believe we can make football a more safe and fun sport.

    2018 Football Season Starts, and San Jose Police Activities League Establishes Concussion Policy

    July 26, 2018 -- The 2018 youth football season started at San Jose. With the SJPAL (San Jose Police Activities League), we have established a concussion policy which requires coaches to take a CDC online course that will educate them about techniques to reduce the risk of potential concussions.

    The policy can be found here. Related concussion information sheets for coaches and parents can be found here and here.

    3rd Patent Filed

    Aug 2022 -- We filed our 3rd US Patent, "DEEP LEARNING SENSING SYSTEM FOR CONCUSSION PREVENTION". The idea behind this patent is to use deep learning to predict the probability of concussion for the next play using descriptive data in addition to physical measurement data, so that coaches and players can decide whether to run certain play under certain scenarios to reduce the risk of concussion.

    Patent application number: 63394867

    2nd Patent Approved

    Sep 2020; Updated June 2021 -- Our 2nd US Patent, "COLLABORATIVE CONCUSSION SENSING SYSTEM FOR BETTER CONCUSSION PREDICTION", is approved. The idea behind this patent is to use collaborative machine-learning to improve the accuracy of g-force measurement in sensors by using the law of physics.

    Patent number US 11,026,621 B1

    We are looking forward to working with other companies in similar field, such as The FITGuard at LA, to develop better ideas on concussion preventions.

    Our 1st Patent Application is approved

    Feb 24, 2018; 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.

    Our US Patent number is US 9,936,756 B1.

    Successfully complete Kickstarter Campaign

    Feb 1, 2018 -- we successfully ran a kickstarter campaign and raised over $10K USD from multiple backers. Thanks all for the support.

    We won Gold Medal at 2021 World Invention Creativity Olympic (WICO)

    July 2021 -- We won Gold Medal at World Invention Creativity Olympic (WICO) 2021 with our invention on applying big data analytics on concussion prediction

    We won 3 STEM Awards in 2019

    March 1, 2019 and updated on July 28, 2019 -- We were selected as semifinalists in the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS), Northern California, 2019, received the Honorable Mention Winner at the Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision Competition, 2018-2019, and won Gold Medal at World Invention Creativity Olympic (WICO) 2019

    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).

    Proud winner of:
    • Gold Medal
    • INNOPA Special Award
    • and most importantly, Best Young Inventor Award

    We presented at the 2018 Maker Faire.

    May 19, 2018 -- We are invited as keynote speaker at the 2018 Maker Faire. We kicked off Saturday's events with our presentation on concussion sensors at the "Make: Education" stage.

    Our Project number is 65387. Our invited talk is on Saturday, from 10:30 AM to 10:45 AM at the "Make: Education".

    [See detailed timeline here]

    This is our product shipment timeline.


    True to our Silicon Valley roots, Aegis of Soteria is co-funded by 2 young individuals who want to use technology to change the world.

    Aaliyah Yu

    Aaliyah Yu

    responsible for product design and overall business.

    Maddox Yu

    Maddox Yu

    responsible for hardware prototype and software coding.

    Advisory Board Member

    Helen Wang, Design Advisor

    Helen is assisting AoS on product design and user experience. She has extensive experience in IoT and mobile application. She recently served as Interactive Designer & Usability Analyst at SONY, a time in which 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 Ph.D. of Design Science from Engineering Department, Chiba University, Japan.

    Business Advisor

    We are in the process of obtaining a business advisor.

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