Neurotechnology News

B-Alert Live Software Update Free & Available Now

Advanced Brain Monitoring believes the research community should grow with us as we continue to improve, refine, and develop new features to our products. On the software side, this includes 2-years of no-cost updates with every B-Alert system. The recent release of the new B-Alert Live software serves as an example is now available for [...]

B-Alert Live Software Update Free & Available Now 2017-12-13T14:27:51-07:00

BBC Horizons profiles BCI: Neurorehabilitation

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HBESf9E600k Spinal Cord-Injury (SCI) patients lose the ability to move and control their hands, which they typically cite as the one ability they would most value regaining, given its contribution to their independence and self-reliance. "For patients with spinal cord injuries the brain is fine, the muscles are fine, the intention to move is [...]

BBC Horizons profiles BCI: Neurorehabilitation 2017-12-13T14:27:07-07:00

BBC Horizons profiles Accelerated Learning: Golf

Learn how the mental game of golf can be quantified and neurofeedback helps everyday novices become experts faster than ever before! Visit the Accelerated Learning page or Inquire to learn about other related technologies.

BBC Horizons profiles Accelerated Learning: Golf 2017-12-15T09:41:59-07:00

B-Alert’s Contributions to DARPA-funded BCI Programs Highlighted in Journal of Neuroscience Methods

President Obama’s Program: Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative launched in April, 2013, is a joint program funded by DARPA, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF). As a result, DARPA is currently supporting new research efforts that aim at developing novel BCI technology for restoring function for [...]

B-Alert’s Contributions to DARPA-funded BCI Programs Highlighted in Journal of Neuroscience Methods 2017-12-15T11:44:38-07:00

Recent Findings: Independent Validation of the B-Alert Cognitive Workload Metric

The B-Alert system’s EEG-based Cognitive Workload Metric is providing researchers worldwide with a second-by-second, quantitative measure of working memory load that is both easy to interpret and real-world applicable. In a recent study, researchers at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) assessed the sensitivity of the Cognitive Workload Metric to changes in workload experienced during a [...]

Recent Findings: Independent Validation of the B-Alert Cognitive Workload Metric 2017-12-15T09:29:48-07:00

Development of EEG Biomarkers for Alzheimer’s Disease

The Advanced Brain Monitoring research team partnered with Biogen Idec in a preliminary development of EEG biomarkers using B-Alert X24 equivalent EEG datasets.  Poster was presented at The GTC Biomarker Summit 2014 held March 19-21 in San Diego, CA. Introduction A growing body of evidence suggests that EEG analyses, including both resting state and event-related [...]

Development of EEG Biomarkers for Alzheimer’s Disease 2018-11-01T11:59:34-07:00