The future of EEG-based personal devices monitoring brain function: Key neurotechnology patent #26

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Today we high­light a very inter­est­ing 2006 patent assigned to Phillips and Accen­ture — who have been col­lab­o­rat­ing  to devel­op soft­ware for EEG-based oper­a­tion of home appli­ances to aid patients suf­fer­ing from neu­ro­gen­er­a­tive dis­eases such as ALS (amy­otroph­ic lat­er­al scle­ro­sis). U.S. Patent No. 7,138,902: Per­son­al med­ical com­mu­ni­ca­tion device and sys­tem Assignee(s): Phillips, Accen­ture Inventor(s): Ray­mond J.…

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Philips ranked #18 Holder of Pervasive Neurotech Intellectual Property*

Dutch multi­na­tion­al com­pa­ny Philips is known for its health­care, light­ing, and con­sumer lifestyle prod­ucts. Includ­ed in these prod­ucts are a num­ber of health mon­i­tor­ing and com­mu­ni­ca­tion appli­ca­tions that relate to non­in­va­sive neu­rotech­nol­o­gy. A recent part­ner­ship with Emo­tiv explores the brain-con­trolled electronics

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