Portable Electrophysiology System
Designed with operating rooms in mind
Vital to advancing neurological treatment and understanding the human brain, intraoperative research can be challenging to perform without disrupting the flow of patient treatment in the operating room (OR).
A powerful electrophysiological processor that can fit in the palm of your hand, the Explorer Nomad system allows you to work alongside your surgical collaborators without a cart-full of equipment. Simultaneously record and stimulate up to 512 channels on the Nomad from ECoG grids, sEEG, and microelectrodes.
With unmatched portability and ease of use, the Nomad electrophysiology system makes it easy to get to the OR at a moment’s notice when valuable opportunities arise.
- Portability – Unlike rack mounted systems, the Nomad system makes it easy for researchers and surgeons to travel between hospitals or simply get to the OR quickly through crowded hospital hallways.
- Quick setup – Time in the OR is valuable and limited. Set up and start recording neural data with the Nomad system in a matter of minutes.
- Small footprint – When maneuverability and real estate in the OR is critical, the battery powered, WiFi-capable Nomad system allows you to set up quickly in tight spaces without the tripping hazard of cables.
- Multi-modal – Easily customized for use with micro or macroelectrodes, the Nomad system can seamlessly synchronize analog and digital inputs and outputs with neural data.
Work with our expert sales team to configure these systems to provide the exact tool you need for your research
Researchers are able to study novel feedback
applications, and the control of external
devices using neural activity.
Active Front Ends
Neuromed’s unique active Front End design results in unparalleled signal fidelity – a key requirement for many single trial BCI applications.
Real-time, closed-loop control
Well documented MATLAB and Python APIs for real-time feedback and control. Custom stimulation paradigms can be programmed and initiated with unique and varied triggers.
At merely 700 grams, the Quest provides a light weight and portable form factor, only enhanced by internal battery and Wifi capabilities. The Quest can be belt worn or placed in a backpack for optimal experimental freedom.