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Hothead Technologies Partners with Sivix Logistics to Add Customized Handheld Monitors and Autonomous Sensors to its Product Line
Date:5/19/2010

ete line of athletic safety monitoring solutions."  Rob Ufford, CEO of Sivix Logistics adds:  "These solutions encompass a growing capability for wireless personal area networks (WPANS) that can monitor and data log a complete physiological history of the training session.  This will further expand the range and reach of the Hothead solution offering."

The H.O.T.™ System, which stands for HEAT OBSERVATION TECHNOLOGY, was the first line of heat monitoring tools created to assist individuals and groups in getting a step ahead on the dangerous and silent attack of heat illness.  Football was the first line of entry for the H.O.T.™ System. The company is now positioned to support markets such as the military, public safety (Firefighters, SWAT, HAZMAT), and industrial, as well as other sports like baseball, softball, lacrosse, soccer, track & field, basketball, cross-country running, auto racing and cycling.  Hothead Technologies Received the BEST OF WHAT'S NEW Award from Popular Science Magazine for being one of the Top 100 most innovative inventions of 2009.

About Hothead Technologies, Inc.

Hothead Technologies, Inc., is an Atlanta-based company offering a patent-pending and proprietary monitoring solution termed the Heat Observation Technology (H.O.T.™) System. The System is designed as an aid in the prevention of heat-related illness in athletes, firefighters, military personnel, industrial, medical and hazmat professionals. Heat Observation Technology (H.O.T.™) and the Hothead Technologies logo are trademarks of Hothead Technologies, Inc. For more information visit '/>"/>

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