Rehabilitation in game form
Wireless EEG amplifier
There are 1 Billion people with brain disorders worldwide.
190 million people live with movement disabilities caused by stroke and brain injuries, but modern solutions have very limited capabilities to restore lost motor skills.
“The demand for rehabilitation services already exceeds availability, leaving a large unmet need”– Rehabilitation-2030 A Call for Action by World Health Organization.
The number of stroke victims is growing by 10% annually, forming a huge market for post-stroke rehabilitation of $142 billion in the United States and the European Union alone. CAGR of neuro-rehabilitation devices market 20% – 45%.
i-BrainTech is a Neurointerface with AI for restoration & improvement of motor functions of the brain in game form.
Based on 10 years of basic research the developed solution targets at eliminating the root cause of movement disorders – impaired brain function.
We make rehab process fun and accessible both in clinics and at home.
Our approach does not replace traditional rehabilitation, on the contrary, it complements it creating a synergy effect.
Neurointerface with AI for restoration and improvement of motor functions of the brain
Non-invasive and wireless Neurointerface with AI:
- decodes brain signals from EEG in real time,
- detects imaginary movements,
- visualizes them in rehab gaming apps,
- activates and restores corresponding impaired motor functions of the brain.
Product License includes AI-based software for brain signal decoding & a Set of rehab computer games
Restores the brain
Restores impaired motor functions of the brain
Serious games for rehabilitation
Non-invasive solution with international certificate
Rehabilitation became accessible both in clinics and at home
KEY team members
CEO, PhD, MBA
Innovative Enterpreneur. Innovator of the year – RBC Awards 2018
Neuroscientist, Federal EEG expert
Head of Biz Dev, PhD
Dr. Dana Bar-On
Director of Academic Affairs and Networks at
Dr. Jason Friedman
PI Movement Sciences Lab Department of Physical Theraphy at
Tel Aviv University
Strategy Consultant for Startups