Following the previous United States Grand Prix, Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN and MindMaze announced the expansion of their partnership to optimise human performance.
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN and MindMaze will continue their partnership that is aimed at building the future of brain technology and optimise human performance.
MindMaze that became partner of the Sauber Group last year is a global leader in brain technology and is on a mission to improve every aspect of life by expertly blending advanced neuroscience, deep tech and innovative engineering. Its industry-leading digital therapeutic treatment solutions are currently maximising the recovery potential of patients suffering with neurological disease and injury in the global healthcare environment.
MindMaze’s partnership with Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN and Sauber Group is part of the Swiss company’s strategy to take a unique and holistic approach to understanding the brain in order to optimise human performance. Gaining deeper insights into how the brain acts in peak performance sports such as motorsport supports MindMaze’s work to develop human-centric safety, performance and entertainment solutions across multiple industries, and provides additional data and understanding that can be fed into its healthcare research.
"Part of the MindMaze mission is to accelerate humanity's ability to recover, learn and adapt through advanced neurotechnology. Formula One is a high-performance sport that can give us deeper insights into the human brain,” added Tej Tadi, PhD, MindMaze founder and CEO.
“We are very interested in bringing human safety and performance in motorsport to the centre stage through our technology and partners. Earlier this month we closed a $125 million investment round as a part of our global growth strategy in Healthcare and beyond. With that in mind, we're delighted to build on our existing technical partnership with Sauber Group by supporting the Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN team at the United States Grand Prix this week. North America is a key market for MindMaze and our F1 involvement in Austin will support our pioneering work and technology,” said Tadi.
“MindMaze’s work in the realm of neurotechnology is groundbreaking and is pushing the limit of what is possible – not unlike what we do in Formula One day in, day out. MindMaze are a Swiss success story and we are delighted to help them highlight their work in occasion of the race in Austin and throughout the rest of the 2021 season. We are looking forward to building on the work we do together and to pushing the boundaries of knowledge alongside each other,” said Vasseur.