Baiona (Spain), 14-19 September, 2014

Call for Sponsors

The Summer School on Neurorehabilitation (SSNR2014) and the International Workshop on Wearable Robotics (WeRob2014) are inviting sponsors to reserve space at the Parador de Baiona (Spain). If you are interested, please, fill in the Form for Sponsors

Sponsorship levels (download .pdf file)


Platinum Sponsors


Wearable Robotics srl is a new italian company (founded in 2014) in the field of Rehabilitation and Assistive Robotics. It is a spin-off of the Perceptual Robotics Laboratory of the University Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy. The company develops: Wearable Assistive Robots for the Elderly and Disabled, Force Amplifying Exoskeletons for Material Handling, Virtual Environment Systems for Neuro-Rehabilitation. The company has recently been awarded with the italian Future Business Award "Gaetano Marzotto".


Össur (NASDAQ OMX: OSSR) is a global leader in non-invasive orthopaedics that help people live a life without limitations. Its business is focused on improving people's mobility through the delivery of innovative technologies within the fields of Prosthetic, Osteoarthritis and Injury Solutions. A recognized "Technology Pioneer," Össur invests significantly in research and product development—its award-winning designs ensuring a consistently strong position in the market. Successful patient and clinical outcomes are further empowered via Össur's educational programs and business solutions. Headquartered in Iceland, Össur has major operations in the Americas, Europe and Asia, with additional distributors worldwide.


Technaid S.L. was founded in 2004 as a spin-off of the Bioengineering Group of the National Research Council of Spain (CSIC). We work in the field of technical aids, providing a wide variety of sensors, inertial systems and software applications for movement capture and analysis. Technaid S.L. is actively involved in the development of various national and European research projects in order to transfer knowledge from scientific scenarios to the market and to test and optimize its products together with researchers and developers.


Rex Bionics Ltd is the global technology leader in robotic exoskeletons (Rex). Rex provides independent mobility to wheelchair users and other mobility impaired persons using advanced robotic technology, custom-designed electromechanical actuators, precision engineering, and specialised networking systems. There are multiple Rex devices designed for different needs. The use of Rex in rehabilitation centres enables medical providers and clinicians to provide extensive benefits in mobility, whereas the Rex user at home is able to perform tasks and functions previously unavailable.


Ekso Bionics continues to pioneer the field of exoskeletons, designing and creating some of the most forward-thinking and innovative solutions for people looking to augment human mobility and capability. Ekso Bionics' lead product, Ekso, is a wearable bionic suit that enables individuals with any amount of lower extremity weakness to stand up and walk over ground. It is the only robotic exoskeleton to offer Variable Assist which provides varying amounts of power to each side and makes it an optimal rehabilitation device. The Ekso is today being used by an increasing number of hospitals and rehabilitation centres and will be demonstrated throughout WeRob 2014.


Gold Sponsor


Brain Products is a leading manufacturer of solutions for neurophysiological research with more than 15 years of experience in developing state-of-the-art solutions for the following fields:
- BCI & Bio-/Neurofeedback
- EEG / ERP / EP
- Sleep & Behavioral Research

Find out more about our solutions at www.brainproducts.com



g.tec was founded in 1999 and consists now of three divisions:
- GUGER TECHNOLOGIES OG (development, research and production)
- g.tec medical engineering GmbH (sales, marketing/PR and research)
- g.tec medical engineering Spain LC (sales and research)

g.tec is a growing enterprise with two branches in Austria (Graz and Schiedlberg), one branch in Spain (Barcelona) and distribution partners all over the world. All hardware and software development is done in-house by our team of researchers, engineers and developers. g.tec is also an active member in a number of national and international research projects and is active in scientific publishing.

g.tec developed the first commercially available BCI system in 1999 and now sells this system in more than 60 countries worldwide. Our products work with all major BCI approaches (motor imagery, P300, SSVEP and slow cortical potentials), so you can start BCI research within a few hours. The g.tec team tests different BCI technologies on more than 500 subjects internationally to guarantee a perfect working system.