BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACE & NEUROTECHNOLOGY
High-performance medical products for invasive and non-invasive use with the brain in research and clinical environments
WE ARE G.TEC
g.tec medical engineering produces invasive and non-invasive brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) and neurotechnology that are used worldwide to measure and analyze brain waves with the highest possible resolution. A key factor is the real-time data analysis which enables many new applications and experiments in neuroscience.
Use the complete hardware and software environment to study the human brain in real-time or offline, invasive or non-invasive, with or without electrical or magnetic stimulation of the brain or body.
g.tec’s rapid prototyping BCI environment allows you to realize many different applications with minimum effort. All major principles: slow waves, steady-state visual evoked potentials (SSVEP), motor imagery (MI) and evoked potentials (EP) are already implemented and can easily be used or modified.
g.tec’s BCI environment provides complete MATLAB-based research and development systems, including all hardware and software components needed for data acquisition, real-time and offline data analysis, data classification and neurofeedback. The environment enables you to quickly setup closed-loop experiments including non-invasive or invasive stimulation of brain and body.
g.tec’s hardware and software is perfect for recording signals from different parts of the body in many different experiments. In combination with TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) and tDCS (transcranial Direct-Current Stimulation) pulses, the impact of stimulation on the human body can be studied.
BRAIN STIMULATION & MAPPING
Invasive and non-invasive stimulation and brain mapping techniques are used to determine brain functions in neuroscience, rehabilitation research and neurosurgery. g.tec’s electrical stimulators help you to understand cortical functions and perform brain-mapping experiments with a closed-loop system.
Use g.tec’s rapid prototyping environment with up to 1000 channels to register neural spikes or ECoG and tune electrical stimulation of deep or cortical structures in real-time in order to develop treatments and therapy for Parkinson’s disease, psychiatric disorders like depression, pain and many more.
Stephanie Martin studied Life Sciences and Technology at EPFL (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne), where she’s been developing her skills in mathematics, physics,…
Anouk Wipprecht is a Hi-Tech Fashion Designer from the Netherlands. She combines fashion and technology with engineering, science and interaction/user experience…
Jürgen Bluhm has more than 25 years of experience researching marketing and virtual shopping with eye-tracking. His latest work integrates virtual…
José M. Azorín is the Director of the Brain-Machine Interface Systems Lab and Associate Professor of the Systems Engineering and Automation Department…
g.Estim PRO is a constant current, biphasic electrical stimulator intended to stimulate neural tissue during functional brain mapping procedures prior to cortical resections in the vicinity of essential cortex. The device comes with an application programming interface which allows to build real-time closed loop experiments with g.tec biosignal amplifiers.