MIE Racing is delighted to announce that it has entered into a strategic partnership with CYBERDYNE Inc., which will allow for the development of innovative projects together with the MIE Racing Honda Team competing in the Superbike World Championship.

Midori Moriwaki (Team Principal, MIE Racing Honda Team)

“We are absolutely delighted to join forces with CYBERDYNE Inc., a leading company at the forefront of innovation, with a new vision for the future that involves AI and Cybernics technologies. The relentless pursuit of technological development, a willingness to think outside the box and a passion for what we do are values we share, and this is why we are proud that the CYBERDYNE logo will be displayed on the fairing of the MIE Racing Honda Team CBR1000RR-R FIREBLADE as of the Catalunya round of the championship, set to take place on 17-19 September.”

Yoshiyuki Sankai (President/CEO, CYBERDYNE Corporation)

“CYBERDYNE is one of the world’s leading ‘human-technology fusion’ companies, utilizing ‘innovative cybernics technologies’ such as IoH/IoT sensing, artificially intelligent autonomous robot technology, cybernetic mobility technology, environmental awareness, artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing and other cybernics elemental technologies, as well as human-robot integration technology. Midori Moriwaki, President of MIE Racing, has been working with HONDA to achieve great results in MotoGP and world road racing. Now, the MIE Racing Honda Team is taking another step forward in the Superbike World Championship, the world’s fastest production-based championship fielding specially modified “state of the art” production machines. This strategic partnership between CYBERDYNE, one of the world’s leading technology companies in the field of human-technology integration, and the race team, which continues to push the limits of the racing world day and night with its meticulous analysis, design and development capabilities, is extremely significant. I am convinced that a new page will be written in the field of next-generation mobility. Let’s move forward together and take up the challenge of developing the future, hand in hand.”

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