The NFL is testing a new type of wearable headset designed to track the state of a player’s head.
According to NFL.com, the new technology will allow for “a personalized player-specific head tracking system.”
The headset’s developers have been working on the project for several months, and the technology will be made available in 2020.
It’s expected to be cheaper than the current headset, which costs $1,000.
The new system could also give NFL players a better idea of how their head has been affected by the injuries they’ve sustained, according to NFLPA spokesperson John Amann.
The NFL will be able to use the data to make a more informed decision about a player.
The headset is part of the league’s efforts to make sure its players are in the best position to compete for championships.
According to a report in the New York Times, the headsets will be worn by players for “proactive and informed concussion monitoring.”
The NFL says the new system will be used “for players who need to monitor their performance and make adjustments to their game plans.”
It’s unknown how the new device will be distributed.
The new headset will be available in both a helmet and a “playstation-style” device that will track the player’s face.
According the Times, it will be “similar to a smartphone,” but it will have “enhanced optics” and “a built-in microphone that can be used for voice and text communication.”
The NFL says it will work with a wide range of sports-related companies to help develop and distribute the new headsets.