Brain computer solutions
Brain AI Platforms & Services
augment your brain with any device you want
Features & Benefits
For generations, humans dream about the interaction with computer through brain activities. It was a fantasy thing that the scientists and others dream about through science fiction movies and imagination.
This dream comes true and currently we are able through advanced electronic devices to capture the brain signals and control the real world devices.
Certainly, still there are some of the constraints and challenges but we believe that in the few coming years, there will be too much to do with brain signals and effective solutions for many of its current research problems.
Brain Computer Interface (BCI) is a complete system including the software and hardware that manipulate human signals to control Computers and different communication devices.
Remote Control any Equipment
From working devices in the office to remote vehicles & UAVs !
Human Resources &
Talent Identification / Evaluation
Vocational assessment, head-hunting, confidential information protection !
Public Speech &
Truth Degree Estimation
From interviews & organisation flows assesment to full Real-Time Public Speech analysis !
Deep Medical & Psychological Research & Diagnosis
From COVID-19 diagnosis to complex conditions like Alzheimer & Parkinson very early pre-warnings !
The measured EEG signal is largely an individual feature and varies depending on the psychophysiological state of a person.
Both the signal amplitude and dominant frequencies undergo changes. It is assumed that a healthy human brain generates waves at frequencies ranging from 0.5 Hz to 100 Hz and amplitudes from several to several hundred μV.
− alpha rhythms with frequencies from 8 Hz to 13Hz, which are particularly evident during the absence of visual stimuli,
− beta rhythms with frequencies from 12 Hz to 30 Hz, which can be seen in the frontal region of the brain and are observed during concentration,
− gamma rhythms found between 30 Hz – 100 Hz, which can be seen during motor activities,
− delta rhythms with frequencies from 0.5 Hz to 4Hz, which can be observed at stage 3 and 4 of sleep,
− theta rhythms with frequencies from 4 Hz to 8 Hz, which occur during light sleep and are observed during hypnosis,
− mu motor rhythm in the range 8 Hz ÷ 12 Hz which is used in Motor Imagery (MI) BCI paradigm.
Areas of Interest
Enabling human behavior research both in the laboratory and in real-world research scenarios. Neuroscience and psychology aim to gain a deeper understanding of the brain and mind. By recording behavioral and physiological responses to certain stimuli and situations, we are able to reconstruct and analyze how our brain processes and uses information.
Cognitive science is the scientific study of the brain and its processes. It’s a multidisciplinary field that integrates knowledge from psychology, neuroscience, linguistics, and or anthropology.
Empirical results obtained from clinical psychology research are an essential guide for professionals to develop effective interventions. This leads to proven and reliable results that improve lives, enhance interactions and social relationships, overcome addictions, and help patients with a wide variety of mental health issues.
Social psychology investigates the factors and conditions that shape individuals’ actions, feelings, or beliefs in relation to other people in order to understand social behavior. Several fields are explored, such as social cognition, social identity, attitudes, discrimination, or group behavior, to name a few.
Developmental psychologists study how our cognition, emotion, social functioning, and behavior evolve throughout our entire lifetime, from infancy through childhood and adolescence, into adulthood and latelife. How do different aspects of our mind, such as attention, motivation, sleep, language learning, responses to different stimuli, change over time?
Linguistics is the scientific study of human language. Researchers study languages as a function of syntax, sounds, and meaning, including the historical, cultural, and social influences on language.