PRINOTH has long been the official service provider of the international ski federation FIS for the disciplines freestyle skiing and snowboarding. Also host of the event "FIS Course Designer and Builder Clinic" and worldwide partner of numerous ski resorts in the organization of FIS World Cups - Ski Cross and Boarder Cross. Recently, the partnership between PRINOTH and FIS has been renewed and this year for the first time two FIS conferences will be organized together with PRINOTH.
FIS Nordic Seminar and FIS Course Designer and Builder Clinic
The weekend of 27th/28th September 2019 is all about perfect pistes. Two seminars at the same time this year will bring together the bundled expert knowledge: PRINOTH supports the FIS Nordic Seminar and once again the FIS Course Designer & Builder Clinic. For FIS, the continuous optimisation of the routes in terms of safety and efficiency in the construction and competition phase is a high priority and consistently drives the development of the sport forward. In addition, the design of safe and challenging courses, racetracks and parks requires state-of-the-art equipment. This is where PRINOTH technology comes into play: the NORDIC LINER for the ideal cross-country track and the X-Features for maximum precision and extended movement space of the attachments.
International experts visit Sterzing
PRINOTH vehicles are characterised by their efficient operating concept: a joystick-in-joystick control in combination with the multifunctional hydraulic system enables simultaneous operation of all important functions. The PRINOTH X fleet offers an extended movement range of the blade and milling machine, as well as high manoeuvrability and precision of the machines. This enables efficient construction of the features and thus high quality in the park.
FIS therefore decided to work closely with PRINOTH in order to jointly promote the growth of the Freestyle & Skicross discipline. In autumn 2019, the FIS Course Builder and Designer Clinic will be held for the sixth time at PRINOTH headquarters in Sterzing. The FIS Nordic Seminar will take place simultaneously in Seeboden, Austria.