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FrostGear is a technology firm that designs wearable active heating and cooling systems, with a mission to save lives of motorcyclists.

  • Stage Product In Development
  • Industry Other
  • Location Ann Arbor, MI, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded November 2013
  • Employees 3

Company Summary

FrostGear is a technology design firm on a mission to save lives of motorcyclists around the world. Our first technology is an active heating and cooling system for helmets to increase thermal comfort for motorcyclists and incentivize the use of helmets. Our second technology is an active defogging system for helmet visors to improve motorcyclist vision. We develop technologies to supply to helmet manufacturers.


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    Andrew Muyanja

    Andrew is an electrical and software engineer and a PRINCE2-certified project manager from Uganda. He is a successful entrepreneur with a startup that builds enterprise management software for higher education institutions in Uganda and East Africa. Andrew is the Chief Operating Officer of FrostGear and his primary responsibilities include project management and development of the electronics and controls of our product.

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    Derrick Chun-Wei Hsu

    Derrick is a biomedical researcher from Taiwan with experience in consumer product marketing. Previous laboratory experience includes cancer and stem cell research. Derrick is the Chief Science Officer of FrostGear and his primary responsibilities include medical research, temperature sensation simulation, and thermal comfort testing.

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    Zachary Hwang

    Zack is a mechanical engineer from New Jersey. His previous experience includes renewable power generation and energy efficiency consulting. Zack is the CEO and CTO of FrostGear and his primary responsibilities include product design of heat transfer components and manufacturing.


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    Professor Bryce Pilz, Entrepreneurial Law Clinic