More than 25 adaptation projects of the Development Platform have enabled researchers to approach new investigation and development contexts with technology that is completely adapted to their needs.
The Brain-Computer Interfaces Lab of the Technical University of Graz is using the Development Platform within a brain-computer interface (BCI) that integrates the Versatile EEG family and other monitoring technologies.
Neuroprosthetics for patients with bone marrow injury
MoreGrasp researchers have used the Development Platform to control functional electric stimulation neuroprosthetics through a multimodal interface (EEG, joystick, cameras, IMUs).
Integration with FES
The Spinal Cord Injury Center of the Heidelberg University Hospital is using the Development Platform to integrate the Versatile family with a functional electric stimulator.
Walker for neurorehabilitation
EU CORBYS project researchers utilized the development platform in a brain-computer interface (BCI) based on motor states, and integrated within a robot walker for motor rehabilitation.
Neurotechnology in real contexts
Researchers of the INMARK project utilized the Development Platform in a neurotechnology prototype with the objective of executing studies in real contexts.
Robot learning through neurotechnology
The Development Platform was utilized with EEG sensors to develop a pioneer prototype of a robot capable of learning tasks by decoding thoughts through a brain-computer interface (BCI).