SAPHIBEAT TEAMS UP WITH ALPINE RESCUE ORGANIZATION IN ITALY

Saphibeat Technologies has signed an important collaborative agreement with the Corpo Nazionale Soccorso Alpino e Speleologico (CNSAS) to help further develop and optimize its PhiPAL adventure monitor into the next great advancement in active safety technology.

“This is a fantastic endorsement of our innovative device for all mountain sports participants”, says Saphibeat’s EMEA GM, Marco Locatelli. “With this valuable partnership we will not only optimize the development of the PhiPAL adventure monitor for skiers and mountaineers, but also gain precious insights into modern Search & Rescue operations and emergency management procedures.”

“We strongly believe in the role of innovative technologies to increase the safety of our citizens”, says Alessandro Molinu, VP and Head of Innovation at CNSAS. “With PhiPAL we can clearly see the opportunity to improve our rescue operations, push forward the culture of prevention, and ultimately save lives.”

For more information about this beneficial new collaboration, please visit www.PhiPAL.io and www.cnsas.it.

About Saphibeat Technologies

Saphibeat Technologies Inc., a startup company based in Silicon Valley, is a leading developer and marketer of innovative wearable safety devices bringing peace of mind to outdoor sports enthusiasts.

About CNSAS

The CNSAS, with upwards of 30,000 volunteers and more than 7,000 safety interventions yearly, is the primary rescue organization in Italy. Backed by the National Health System, the CNSAS is one of the most highly recognized rescue groups in the entire Alpine region.

By | 2016-10-11T03:06:03+00:00 July 6th, 2016|Press Release|0 Comments

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My passion for outdoor/action sports has allowed me to work in both Europe and the USA for some of the most influential companies in the industry, including Alpinestars, Fox, and Bell. I am currently working with a startup tech company looking to bring new levels of innovation and safety to outdoor sports enthusiasts.