Human Powered Aviation Sponsorship

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One of the many benefits of having a creative and innovative team means that the activities they pursue outside the design studio generally tend to be quite creative too, with a highly developed competitive edge! Roger Warren, one of our Industrial Designers, competes in the Human Powered Aviation Competition and is also the President of the BHPFC (British Human Powered Flying Club). As an innovative product design, development & technology consultancy, we are all passionate about design. We are looking forward to supporting Roger and his crew, Team Airglow, as they prepare for 2016, where they will be competing in a series of events, including the Icarus Cup; Roger and his team will complete a series of challenges designed to test all aspects of Human Powered Flight.

At Triteq, we encourage sustainable product design and we support our commitment by working to our Quality ISO 9001, Medical ISO 13485 and the Environmental Standard ISO 14001. We particularly find the Human Powered Aircraft Group’s objectives encouraging, as one of their objectives is to promote human powered flight as a sport and encourage wider participation, perhaps one day appearing at the Olympics. 

As an award winning collaborative design & manufacturing company, we admire the idea of why the Icarus Cup was conceived; the idea behind it was to inspire more people to design, build and fly aircraft themselves and provide an environment for them to meet, compete and share knowledge. With an ever expanding range of dynamic and diverse projects, we are always looking for bright people to join us. You can simply contact us today by sending your CV and a covering letter, telling us about you, your interests and experiences to

We are looking forward to following Roger for the next year and seeing what he achieves. We wish him the best of luck.



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