Aussie sport stars and political leaders came together this week to officially welcome fast-growing sportstech innovators GuardLab to Melbourne.
Aussie sports stars and political leaders came together this week to officially welcome fast-growing sportstech innovators, GuardLab to Melbourne. GuardLab specialises in designing custom neuromuscular mouthguards by using the latest 3D scanning and printing technologies that provide protection, significant performance enhancement and recovery to many athletes of different ages, and from a variety of sports.
The launch brought together key members of the Victorian government, sporting and dentistry industries including; the Hon. Philip Dalidakis (Victorian Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade); Jeff Arnold (Managing Director of Asia Pacific GuardLab); Dr. Jamie Workman (Dentist and Dental Science Expert, GuardLab) and sporting ambassadors such as Tyson Pedro (UFC), Nicola Stevens (AFLW Collingwood FC) and Katie Brennan (AFLW Western Bulldogs).
Attendees had the opportunity to explore the laboratory first hand, hear about the science and technology behind the three mouthguards produced by GuardLab and experience the 3D scanning and printing processes up close.
With millions of Aussies wearing sportsguards each year, GuardLab guards not only provide the ultimate protection but can genuinely improve performance to give wearers a completely new experience thanks to the technology used to create them.