Mobile, Modular, Multimodal Biosignal Acquisition M3BA

16015/TUB: Mobile, Modular, Multimodal Biosignal Acquisition M3BA

Currently, there are no commonly available hybrid devices combining bioelectrical and biooptical neurophysiological measurements, like electroencephalography (EEG) and functional near-infrared spectroscopy (nIRS). But the progressing fields of telemedicine, neurotechnology, and brain–computer interfaces, require wearable multimodal sensors of body- and brain-activity.

The mobile, modular, multimodal biosignal acquisition architecture (M3BA) offers high-performance and high precision acquisition of multiple bio-electrical and bio-optical brain- and body signals, including EEG, fNIRS and 3D-accelerometer. The instrument is wireless, miniaturized, fully customizable and energy efficient. It supports user-specified biopotential reference setups and wireless body area/sensor network scenarios.

This innovative technology is yet proofed by Physikalisch Technische Bundes-anstalt, a German calibration institut, and is tested in clinical trials.

Anwendungsmöglichkeiten / Possible applications:

The technology is suitable for research and mobile clinical applications as well as for consumer or (car-)safety electronics or virtual reality applications.

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Show all techoffers Vorteile / Benefits:

– low-cost
– miniaturized and modular
– wireless
– high precision
– flexible interfacing and configuration

Entwicklungsstand / Development status:

Technology validated in lab, TRL4

Reifegrad / Maturity level:


Schlagworte / Tags:
Brain-computer interface, multimodal signal aquisition, neurotechnology, Technology validated in lab, TRL4
Schutzrechte / Property rights:

PCT patent application with priority on April 2016

Patentinhaber / Patent holder:

Technische Universität Berlin

Möglichkeiten der Zusammenarbeit / Possible cooperation:

– R&D collaboration
– License
– Purchase

Ansprechpartnerin / Contact Person:
Ina Krüger

Tel.: 030 314-75916
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