Stable ECoG-BCI control for over 36 months

UMC Utrecht, the Netherlands
5th August 2019

Our most recent paper published in Clinical Neurophysiology shows that the Utrecht NeuroProthesis (UNP) system offers a stable, robust and durable control signal in a person with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis for over 36 months. The UNP is a fully  implanted BCI system designed to provide means of communication to individuals with locked-in syndrome.

In this study we report an increase in BCI home usage, indicating adoption of the system by the user. These findings are relevant for the future of implantable brain-computer interfaces along with other brain-sensing technologies.

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