Neurotechnology pioneer MindMaze is continuing to advance its groundbreaking research through a new partnership with Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN.
The strategic partnership has been hailed as bringing together advanced neuroscience, state-of-the-art technology and engineering to boost human performance in motorsport and safety in the wider automotive industry.
MindMaze, a global pioneer in neurorestoration through the use of technology, will expand its change-making research through its MindDrive brain technology platform.
The partnership with Alfa Romeo builds Mindmaze’s presence in Formula 1 even further, where it sees significant potential for brain technology in motorsport research.
The work of MindMaze – known as a global change-maker in neuro-rehab – with F1 work represents a novel new field of study that underscores the company’s objective to transform brain health by decoding the brain and harnessing its ability to accelerate recovery from injury, learn, and adapt.
The collaboration will include holistic research assessing both car and driver. The brain technology platform will specifically monitor human performance by capturing brain data, both on and off the racetrack.
Currently, it has a MindDrive-focused research project underway in the US with the Andretti Autosport Indycar team and its brain health ambassador, Romain Grosjean. Previous partners include F1’s McLaren and Haas teams.
Under the new partnership, MindMaze will have brand sponsorship on the safety helmets of Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN drivers Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu for the remainder of the 2022 F1 season.
“We are delighted to be working closely with the Alfa Romeo F1 team to expand our partnership,” says MindMaze CEO Tej Tadi.
“Human performance is tested to the maximum in F1, which is why the research we are conducting with team ORLEN is so important.
“Our goal is not only to generate and study data that benefit human performance in motorsport, but also to inform the future of innovation for universal safety features across the entire automotive industry.”
says MindDrive’s brain technology platform is part of the company’s R&D innovation division—MindMaze Labs.
Frédéric Vasseur, Team Principal of Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN, added: “Innovation is at the heart of everything we do in Formula One, so I’m proud to welcome MindMaze as a neurotechnology pioneer to our partner family.
“It is a company that has shown its research has real-world benefits, and I’m looking forward to combining our deep technical competencies to see what insights we can unlock together.”
MindMaze recently showcased the brain technology and its motorsport research at the Miami Grand Prix, where MindMaze was a founding partner.
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