The MoBI Award was designed to recognize excellence in the field of Mobile Brain/Body Imaging research. Taking your research out of the lab and into the real world is no easy feat and Brain Products wants to encourage and reward scientists who are doing so. In this article we proudly present this year’s winners!
Submissions for the MoBI Award 2022, rewarding excellence in research within the field of Mobile Brain/Body Imaging, are now open. Submit your paper and win a trophy, a certificate as well as one of three LiveAmp bundles – including amplifier, electrodes, caps, recording software and more.
The MoBI Award was designed to recognize excellence in the field of Mobile Brain/Body Imaging research. Taking your research out of the lab and into the real world is no easy feat and Brain Products wants to encourage and reward scientists who are doing so. During our online virtual symposium, we awarded two (yes, a tie!) first place winners with LiveAmp 32 systems and our third place winner with a LiveAmp 8 system.
Submission for the MoBI award, rewarding excellence in research within the field of Mobile Brain/Body Imaging, is now open. Submit your paper for your chance to win one of three LiveAmp packages (including amplifier, electrode cap and recording software). Winners will be presented at the 4th International Mobile Brain/Body Imaging conference in San Diego (USA).
The new Wireless Trigger set consists of a transmitter, connected to a trigger source, and a receiver, connected to an amplifier. This solution allows you to replace a trigger cable in your experimental setup making it completely wireless and opens new exciting ways to approach your mobile EEG research.
Brain Products successfully finishes EU funded project and strengthens its position in the MoBI market
Last year we won a pilot grant from the EU: the H2020 SME Innovation Associate. With this grant we were able to employ Dr. Christina Lavallée, a highly-skilled researcher from Canada. Christina helped us explore the growing and promising market of mobile wearable EEG devices – the MoBI market.
As a company providing neurophysiological solutions to researchers, Brain Products must always remain on the cutting edge of science and innovation. In the past, Brain Products has been successful in obtaining funding from federal agencies for various R&D projects. A new pilot action under the EU Research and Innovation Framework Programme “Horizon 2020” supports European small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) to recruit post-doctoral research associates from other countries to explore an innovative business idea. Under this action, Brain Products was granted funding and support for the “MoBI” project.
We are pleased to announce the winners of the second MoBI Award! The aim of the MoBI Award is to recognize excellence in the field of Mobile Brain/Body Imaging research. Given that this is such a rapidly growing field, Brain Products wants to encourage scientists who take their research out of the lab and into the real world. During the 3rd International Mobile Brain/Body Imaging Conference in Berlin, Brain Products awarded the first, second and third place winners with LiveAmp 32, LiveAmp 16 and LiveAmp 8 packages (incl. amplifier, electrode cap and recording software), respectively.
This summer we introduced the lower channel count LiveAmp wireless amplifier systems, the LiveAmp 8 and 16. Now we are extending the line with a 64 channel version to complement the LiveAmp family. We believe the LiveAmp 64 to be the most flexible wireless high density EEG/ExG recording system. The system can be used with a wide range of innovative electrode technologies and sensors. In addition, there is an easy upgrade path all the way from 8 to 64 channels.
We are very proud to announce the winners of the first ever MoBI Award 2017! With the MoBI Award, Brain Products wants to recognize excellence in various areas of Mobile Brain/Body Imaging research. This field has been rapidly growing and holds a lot of potential for the future. During SPR 2017, Brain Products was proud to award Rob Zink the first prize for his paper “Mobile EEG on the bike: disentangling attentional and physical contributions to auditory attention tasks.” The first prize included a complete LiveAmp system and 3.000 Euro.