Matthew Autterson has been a business man in Colorado for more than 25 years. He uses his knowledge and business acumen while sitting on the Board of Directors of the Falci Adaptive Biosystems organization. This is a company that is dedicated to combining machine and man to help the disabled lead a better quality of life.
He knows the power of building strategies to attract investors. Matt attended the Denver Zoo Carousel Event to raise $600,000 and brought with him, serious investors.
* The Mellon Corporation as the title sponsor, Dreyfus and Buck Affiliates with $50,000.
* Six Premiere Sponsors brought $15,000.
* Seven Benefactor Sponsors brought $7,500.
* The impressive list of Corporate sponsors brought $3,000.
The Auction and Dinner Dance at the Denver Zoo was a success and the funds were available for the construction of the Children’s Carousel.
Matt enjoys the outdoors with his family. He and his daughter Madison attended the off-road bicycle race called the “Baja 1000″. They cycled 1,296 miles and were part of a six-man crew traveling over the rugged terrain of Mexico.
His interests have always included animals and the welfare of people. He has sat on the Board of Directors with Denver Zoo and Zoological Foundation and the Board of Directors of Denver’s Hospice where he served as Chairman.
Matthew Autterson has a seat on the Board of Directors at Falci Adaptive Biosystems. The non-profit organization has dived into the field of helping people with neuromotor issues.
FAB has developed the “Smart Glasses” that will send messages to the brain to operate various devices. The technology of designing and developing the glasses will significantly help the 2.2 million of disabled people.
Falci Adaptive Biosystems or FAB has projects underway to return people to their state of independence not just to drive a race car or a common vehicle. The Caregiver’s helping a loved one, friend or client to dress, feed themselves and take care of their personal hygiene will require minimum assistance.
People in wheelchairs with restricted hand, arm and upper body movement will have increased mobility with the new apparatus. The daily routines where independence has been lost the technology of today can assist the disabled. This creates a positive attitude of wanting to face the next day.