With Neurotechnologies including ‘Brain-Computer Interfaces’ constantly being developed and getting closer to making a difference in a range of applications seeking to overcome the challenges of disability, it is an exciting time to get involved.
Aventido CEO, Antony Ruck is taking part in the 2022 NeuroAbilities Virtual Symposium that is being held on the 30th March to the 1st April, 11 am to 12:30 pm E.S.T.
This free event seeks to understand the pathways of this technology becoming marketable solutions for persons with disabilities, understand their market potential, the barriers to adoption, and how these technologies can best serve their users.
Keynote presentations will address these topics as well as look at some of the regulatory aspects of using such technology.
Key topics that are specifically being explored are:
NT user demographics among Persons with Disabilities
Tracking NT innovation with global patent activity
User Perspectives: Independent living Vs. medical priorities Vs. consumer products
Paths to scaling up for BCI and NT innovators
Regulated vs. Unregulated paths to market
Evolving financing sources for BCI and NT R&D and product development
Barriers to adoption
With Aventido being a leader in Assistive Technology, the company is eagerly joining in the debate of this disruptive technology that seeks to positively change the world.
For more information about the 2022 NeuroAbilities Virtual Symposium click here to find out more.