Sensing and making sense of electrophysiological signals (bio-signals)
Supply of bio-signal acquisition systems
No matter what your bio-signals of interest, whether electromyogram (EMG), electroencephalogram (EEG), electrocardiogram (ECG), galvanic skin response (GSR), electrocorticogram (ECoG), or any of the many other types of bio-signals, we can supply you with state-of-the-art acquisition systems to meet your most stringent recording requirements, ensuring you collect data of the highest quality. This includes offline or online, local or remote, stationary or mobility, wired or wireless, and single or multiple channel recordings.
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Supply, development and customization of bio-signal processing / analysis software
During or after acquisition of your bio-signals, the raw data acquired needs to be turned into higher-level information that can be acted upon, whether for a brain-computer interface (BCI) system that controls the movement of a prosthesis, a neurofeedback system that helps to train certain aspects of a person's brain activity, a pacemaker device that detects onset of ventricular fibrillation and shocks the heart back into a normal rhythm or any other similar type of application.
We provide a number of off-the-shelf software tools and apps for online or offline processing and analyzing your bio-signals. We also develop or customize software to meet your specific requirements, including the use of open-source solutions such as EEGLab, BrainBay and BCI2000.
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Supply of clinical systems
mindBEAGLE uses Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) technology for quick and easy assessment of patients with disorders of consciousness (DOC). It can provide basic channel of communication for DOC patients in Unresponsive Wakefulness Syndrome (UWS) or minimally conscious (MCS) states or for stroke patients or patients diagnosed with motor-neuron disease (MND) who are in a partial or complete completely locked-in state (LIS/CLIS).
cortiQ allows rapid functional mapping of the cortex using the electrocorticogram (ECoG). It provides physicians and surgeons with real-time results during pre-surgical evaluation for epilepsy or other conditions. cortiQ can either replace or complement direct electrical cortical stimulation (ECS). It thereby reduces the risk of an accidental seizure during this mapping process or errors during surgery.
recoveriX is a rehabilitation system for stroke patients that pairs mental activities with motor functions.The system provides the patient's brain with visual and tactile feedback in real-time, and that is what makes the rehabilitation so effective. Most patients who have survived a stroke can benefit from the use of recoveriX for rehabilitation.
With expertise in signal and imaging processing, computer vision, statistics, pattern recognition, machine learning and experimental scientific methodology, we offer consulting services to help you in all aspects of acquiring, processing, analyzing, classifying and reporting your electrophysiological data, including the development of turn-key solutions and systems