The end of the year also means the end of the #WhyMARCH campaign. Of course we wanted to share a spectacular contribution as final item in this campaign. We asked HRH Prince Constantijn, Start Up Envoy of the Netherlands, to answer to the question: “Why do you believe in the exoskeleton?”. Read his answer to this question and his vision on Project MARCH below.
Week six of #WhyMARCH has come, which asks for a special contribution. This week we met with Jos Dekkers. As chairman of the Dutch Organisation for Spinal Cord Injuries, he pursues the same mission as the team of Project MARCH. We asked him the question: “Why do you believe in the exoskeleton?”
#WK5 This week again a special and very valuable contribution to the campaign #WhyMARCH: Ruben de Sain, Pilot of MARCH II. He, as no other, can share not only his vision on the exoskeleton but also his experience with the technology. Read his answer to the question: Why do you believe in the exoskeleton?
Today in #WhyMARCH we asked Chris Oomen, CEO of DSW healthcare insurances and one of Project MARCH' biggest partners, to answer to the question: "Why do you believe in the exoskeleton?" Read his contribution to our campaign below.
Already the third week of the campaign #WhyMARCH has started. This week, we asked Ilse van Nes to answer to the question: ‘Why do you believe in the exoskeleton technology?’ As a doctor, specialized in rehabilitation medicine, at the Sint Maartenskliniek, Ilse is closely involved in the exoskeleton training programme. Paraplegics have to follow this programm in order to learn to walk in the exoskeleton. Read her vision on the exoskeleton technology below.
Today we asked Karel Luyben, Rector of Delft University of Technology to answer to the question: "Why do you believe in the exoskeleton?" Read his answer below and grab the chance to see the importacne of this technology from his perspective.
We have asked the founder of Project MARCH, Eiso Vaandrager, to kick-off this campaign. Read below, his answer to the question „Why MARCH?“