It allows to overcome motor and communication disabilities through the "Brain-Computer Interface" (BCI) technology which interprets the electrical map corresponding to certain brain activities, using them to control external devices.
Degenerative neuromuscular diseases or ischemic or traumatic brain injuries can cause paralysis and communication problems. Around 5,000,000 of patients worldwide are in Locked-in State (LIS) or Complete LIS (CLIS).
BrainControl is a CE class I medical device, an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (CAA) device, that uses the electrical activities of the brain generated by imagined movements in order to allows locked-in patients to communicate.
Thanks to the use of wireless electroencephalographic (EEG) sensors, that not require the use of gel, the device can be daily used at home or outdoors.
The trainings take place remotely, via videoconference. It is possible to request an on-site training.Discover more
In addition to the innovative BCI AAC mode, the BrainControl platform is able to manage, thanks to the SENSORY AAC mode, multiple biometric sensors:wearable accelerometers, eye tracking, infrared sensors, etc.How to get it
In the field of assistive technologies, in addition to satisfying the needs of LIS and CLIS patients not able to use eye tracking, the BrainControl platform is also aimed at patients who, despite preserved muscular movements, do not find a solution that suits their needs. On a professional level, cognitive and functional assessment are another priority.
We are constantly engaged in research with the aim of finding solutions that solve concrete problems with the help of the most advanced HMI and AI technologies.
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This tool facilitates communication thanks to the detection of impulses generated by the human brain that are interpreted as symbolic code for scanning communication tables. This is particularly useful in all people with serious difficulties in verbal communication, but with a conserved conscience.
Montecatone Rehabilitation Institute
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