Now that the ski resorts have filled up with adventurous skiers and snowboarders as the snow sports season is in full swing, injuries have become an inevitable consequence. Although the complete elimination of accidents on the slopes is unlikely, numerous brands have implemented new technologies...
Despite the many regulations set in place to minimize the risk of hazardous accidents, the construction industry unfortunately remains one of the most dangerous industries to work in. Whilst the eradication of risks in the construction industry is unattainable, multiple technologies are continuously working towards increasing construction worker's safety, and Twiceme HTH-Technology is one of them.
Twiceme, a Swedish safe-tech company dedicated to protecting sports enthusiasts before and after an incident, is pleased to announce a new partnership with Mammut, a global leader in outdoor and mountain sports equipment. Mammut and Twiceme aims to enhance outdoor adventure safety
In the world of construction, safety remains a key concern, and while the industry has made progress, there's still work to be done. At Twiceme, we are dedicated to making a difference, and we are proud to be at the forefront of this safety revolution with our comprehensive safety tool.
In a world where people often focus on themselves, it's important to remember that we naturally want to help each other. At Twiceme, our goal is simple: we want to turn people who witness accidents into helpers.Twiceme is a company dedicated to making a difference.
In a time of relentless technological evolution, Twiceme, a Swedish tech-ingredient in protective equipment, has introduced a new digital platform with the aim to revolutionize sports safety. Twiceme's HTH technology isn't just a product; it's a global movement.
The platform, or the Help the Helpers (HTH) tool, still leverages the unique solution of integrated NFC tech in third-party protective equipment but the functionalities connected to the tech have been broadened from a medical ID to a more complete tool for helping.
We recently had the privilege of participating in the Eurobike expo, with the opportunity to showcase our latest developments. The event provided a platform for bicycle enthusiasts, industry professionals, and innovators from around the world to come together.
Twiceme, the Swedish safety company focusing on helping individuals in emergency situations, is proud to unveil a refreshed brand identity. To drive market awareness and build on the notion that helping others in need is the most human thing to do, the rebranding puts human action in focus.
From 20 to over 70 models in one year, a large number of new models on the market, new partners who want to be part of the journey to make people safer - and of course lots of fun activations with our dear rescue community. It's fair to say Twiceme has had an eventful year.
Twiceme is a product that relies on input from our global network of rescue professionals. At the beginning of the year, Twiceme pledged to globally expand its network of affiliated rescue organizations. This is what happened.
With people at heart, we are continuously striving for safer adventures and workplaces. We don’t settle for safe. We strive for the safest possible. We want to do better. Be safer. Therefore, we are now setting the future direction of our journey to make smart safety a reality.
In the era of data dominance, the ethical debate goes beyond a binary perspective. Twiceme emphasizes user control as crucial for data privacy, allowing users to manage and delete their information stored in smart safety equipment.
At Twiceme Technology, we believe in the power of being a cog in the big, globe-spanning wheel of safety. We like to talk about something we call the Ecosystem of Safety. Dive into this article showing how we define it.
In a joint research and development project with engineers from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Twiceme Technology has updated its hardware catalogue with the goal to enable the best possible user experience.
Another year has gone by for Twiceme. The year has been very successful but has not been without its challenges. Read more about the year that has gone by in this yearly recap going through important updates to the Twiceme universe.
What is Twiceme's HTH technology? In this article, we explore the history and function of Twiceme. From an idea to a globally recognized technology in partnership with world-leading brands like Oakley, Salomon, POC, and more.
Twiceme Technology team up with students at KTH to better understand why the Twiceme community is growing and why it will continue to do so at a fast pace. The benefit of a strong community is that it will lead to even safer adventures and workplaces for us and our loved ones.
Technology is pushing the boundaries of what can be done. But it is also making life simpler and simpler for every day that goes by. Apple's release of NFC scanning functionalities, and multiple more safety features broadens the abilities to stay safe.
There are many possibilities for integrating ingredient brands into PPE in the marketplace today. With ever-increasing demands on safety, customers are looking for brands that take a stance. We take a quick look at what customers and brands demand when implementing new features into equipment.
We want to make it easy for you to choose the best helmet for your kids. Therefore, we’ve made a short list where you can find all the tips we have to give! If you’d like to know why we recommend these three things (there could be more but these are arguably the most important).
The end of a challenging year is worth celebrating and so is Twiceme's second year anniversary. What happened in 2020 and how can we use those learnings in 2021. The expectation for 2021 is that the number of PPE with a Twiceme integration will increase significantly.
Our mission is to develop the Twiceme concept into a global standard and our vision is to create safer adventures and working environments. Twiceme sends out free information kits, both digital and printed versions, to rescue organizations that aims to spread awareness among their personnel.
Jule is a German student living in the city of Munich. She always loved skiing, so it wasn’t a big surprise that she started studying close to the mountains. Two years ago, she decided to make a ski instructor license.
Aiming to build a global standard of vital info, Twiceme Technology made a few bets on what the future will be like. One of the bets was to base the concept on a technology that was well-positioned for the future and had the potential to change the way users interact with digital products.
We speak with Yngve Hjorth and Marie Nordgren, two rescue proffesionals about what Twiceme can provide to future rescue missions. Now, our beliefs have been confirmed by professionals with multiple years of experience in the field.
The technology behind the Twiceme solution, Near Field Communication (NFC), has been around for quite some time. However, it isn’t until now that it has gained momentum as a widespread, and household technology.
The vision for Twiceme has, from the start, been to take the technology way beyond the military and help people in every aspect of their lives. Twiceme provides a tool to make people feel safer in their leisure time, training sessions, commute to work, and at work.
However, rescue professionals believe many of them can be prevented with the correct gear, preparation, and knowledge about the environment. Twiceme Technology provides a tool that can help create safer biking experiences in the mountains.
This is how Twiceme started its journey towards becoming a globalized standard for safety equipment and where the name "Twiceme" originated. They saw the need for a standardized solution for quick access to vital info in the military and discovered an endless potential in the protective equipment.
People today are more aware than ever when it comes to safety. How are the leading players in the field acting to meet this trend? As ISPO 2020 in Munich just happened last week, we figured it was a good time to find out.