Become our partner in 2019!
Team HSR Enhanced is aiming at participation in two main events in 2019: CYBATHLON Wheelchair Series Japan, and CYBATHLON Experience at Swiss Handicap Exhibition. Both are important milestones on the road to CYBATHLON 2020 in Zurich. Especially for the race in Japan, the logistics cost to airlift our race wheelchair and the expenses for flights and hotels are taking a heavy toll on our budget. In order to close the gap, we have designed new Sponsoring Packages for 2019 and ask for your support:
Join us as a partner and become a part of HSR Enhanced on these endeavors. Support the team with high visibility for you and your company. To make it possible for smaller budgets, our Patron category already starts at CHF 150. It is followed by Bronze for CHF 1'500, Silver for CHF 4'000 and Gold for CHF 9'000 with increasing benefits for you. And if you are aiming for more, our Enhanced sponsoring partnership guarantees you highest visibility and insights into the team.
Make sure you have a look at all the benefits for sponsoring partners in our documents, and please contact Christian Bermes for further information.
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Interview at Radio Zürisee
Back in Switzerland, CYBATHLON Team HSR Enhanced has been invited for a live radio interview at Radio Zürisee in Rapperswil. Our team leader Christian Bermes took the chance to summarize our mission in Japan at the World Robot Summit, and the side events organized by the Swiss Embassy regarding inclusion topics for people with disabilities.
A big 'Thank You' to Martin Diener and Radio Zürisee for this opportunity and also to all our listeners and supporters of Team HSR Enhanced!
Successful Cybathlon Experience 2018 in Tokyo
Team HSR Enhanced has participated in the CYBATHLON Experience at the World Robot Summit exhibition in Tokyo. Each day from 17-21 Oct 2018 we gave two live demos climbing the new six-step stairs, and one technical introduction into the functions of our race wheelchair ‘ZED Evolution’ in development for CYBATHLON 2020. Present on site were pilot Florian Hauser, engineers Raphael Schröder and Sergio Miracco, and team leader Prof. Dr. Christian Bermes. The crew was completed by Claudia Troger from HSR communications. Read more..
HSR Enhanced at World Robot Summit 2018 in Tokyo
From 17th-21st October 2018, during CYBATHLON Experience at the World Robot Summit, HSR Enhanced will roll out the new stair climbing module for CYBATHLON 2020. It has been developed in a recent thesis work by our B.Sc. student Kevin Bürgi, and refined by the team’s engineers from ILT. At WRS, we will be part of the CYBATHLON exhibition booth and perform two live demos per day climbing the six steps of the CYBATHLON 2020 obstacle ‘Stairs’ up and down. We are seizing this opportunity to be present at a leading robotics trade fair in Japan, and to participate in two workshops on inclusion and assistance technology.
Moreover, this is a great opportunity to present our sponsors on an international stage in Japan, the homeland of robotics. Hence, I am actively asking for your involvement to make this initially unbudgeted mission of HSR Enhanced happen! FAULHABER has already upgraded to GOLD Sponsoring, and ANTRIMON Group has upgraded to SILVER Sponsoring.
Will you also come with us? Please contact me directly: email@example.com | 055 222 4712
#DIFE18 - Live Demo
HSR Enhanced will be present with a live demo of our wheelchair ‘ZED Evolution’. Participants include Team SCEWO, Swiss politician Pascale Bruderer, Swisscom CEO Urs Schaeppi and many leaders from science, economy and society. WHEN? Sept. 13th 2018, 14:00-17:00 WHERE? Schiffbau Zurich.
Quote from the organizer’s home page: ‘Session on Innovation for more self-determination and inclusion: How can we succeed in using technology for people who are physically or mentally impaired? How can digitization assist them to gain more autonomy in their daily lives? Is inclusion through technology a contradiction or a real chance? This session provides interesting insights into the obstacles handicapped people face in their everyday lives and shows how innovative and technological solutions can reduce the negative effect of these obstacles. In short presentations and impressive demos, you will learn more about the diverse possibilities to help achieve more autonomy and inclusion. Experts will discuss the economic and societal value of what can be done and use the opportunity to show potentials and areas of action.’ Read more about the program.