The Unlimited Possibilities of Wireless EEG

The Unlimited Possibilities of Wireless EEG

Wireless EEG and biosignal acquisition systems are becoming more important in Brain-Computer Interface research, especially when studies tend to take part in the field instead of in the lab. g.Nautilus is g.tec’s wireless EEG solution that is designed to be completely different from all other devices and sets a new standard of usability. Read more

Eröffnung: Zentrum für Neurotechnologie

Eröffnung: Zentrum für Neurotechnologie

Am Montag, 19.9.2016 eröffnet g.tec sein erstes Zentrum für Neurotechnologie in Schiedlberg (Sierningstraße 14, 4521 Schiedlberg/OÖ). Das Zentrum fungiert als Dach für das recoveriX GYM und  mindBEAGLE CENTER, welche Therapie- und Bewertungsmethoden für SchlaganfallpatientInnen und KomapatientInnen anbieten.
Die Teilnahme ist kostenlos. Hier gehts zum Programm >> Eröffnung: Zentrum für Neurotechnologie

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3. Symposium: Coma and other disorders of consciousness

3. Symposium: Coma and other disorders of consciousness

During the 3rd Symposium “Coma and other disorders of consciousness” on September 8th-9th, 2016 in Cologne (Germany) g.tec shows recent experiments, analysis methods and results of mindBEAGLE. mindBEAGLE is an assessment and communication tool for DOC patients developed by Guger Technologies OG. Read more

Interview with Coma Scientist Steven Laureys

Interview with Coma Scientist Steven Laureys

Steven Laureys is a Belgian neurologist recognized worldwide in the field of neurology of consciousness. His research is dedicated to neurological disability and neuronal plasticity in patients who suffer from brain damage. Steven is a testing partner within the ComaWare project, and uses the mindBEAGLE system for assessment and communication of patients with disorders of consciousness (DOC). Brendan Allison, our Senior Researcher, had a little chat with Steven and asked him about his work. Read more