If found some web talks of this, but these were so foggy and topic-jumping that I still cannot come to conclusion. What one of the two is true that Kask (helmet maker) actually wants to say:
- We have the alternative device or design features (which?) in our helmets that replaces the MIPS functionality.
- We have the alternative way of evaluation showing that MIPS is not needed (hair and skin provides enough protection).
They talk about the different heads used for the measurement, but this equipment is not part of the helmet itself. Is it the skepticism only or they have done something differently?
Kask says they helmets are not MIPS compliant but "WG11 compliant" instead.