Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI)

BCI allows direct brain control of a wide range of computers and other devices including robots, wheelchairs, home appliances and drones by interpreting EEG signals and translating them into machine control commands


An effective Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) leverages the separate strengths of both human and machine to create new capabilities or leaps in efficiencies. With B-Alert BCI development tools, developers are provided rapid prototyping tools to fit the right approach with the right task.

Within clinical environments, the results are recovery of lost function and accelerated healing. In other applications, BCIs facilitate more efficient interactions between man and machine.

BCIs with the potential to transition to broader markets will benefit from the scalability of B-Alert’s core technology


Wireless EEG enables rehabilitation for neurological disorders and communication for locked in syndrome (e.g., ALS). BCI applications assess restructuring of neural pathways during stroke, TBI and spinal cord or other injury by providing feedback based on error-related neural signatures to reinforce learning or to exert control of functional electrical stimulation

BBC horizon Profiles B-Alert Enabled BCI Technology

Prof. Paul Sajda (Neuromatters) and his team at Columbia University applied B-Alert X10 to elucidate the mechanisms of our brain’s powerful internal code when items of interest are identified. It serves as another example of B-Alert bridging the gap between neuroscience labs and real-world needs.

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