One of the biggest challenges the inventor faced is that the technology has not been invented yet to accurately duplicate the experience of an unborn baby in the womb during a crash scenario nor is there is a test dummy that truly represents the anatomy of a human much less a pregnant woman. The inventor was then left to use the available testing technology and most applicable standards, though not specifically for their product, and strive to infer the affects of the product using the best science available.
It’s worth mentioning the inventor is an engineer and father of four children himself. He has spared no expense or expertise during the design and testing of the Tummy Shield™. In fact, his wife used the Tummy Shield™ during the pregnancy of three of their children after the first had been born with a head injury from an almost crash months earlier.
Since its release in 2011, the Tummy Shield™ has already proved its effectiveness several times in real life situations by protecting several pregnant moms and their unborn babies who were involved in serious motor vehicle crashes from serious injuries. We believe the Tummy Shield™ has undergone meaningful “Due Diligence” testing and is effective at protecting mom and baby better than just a “properly positioned seat belt” and does not introduce any new risk to a crash scenario.