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LiquidWeb s.r.l.

Viale Cesare Maccari, 1, 53100 Siena
Italy

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REHACARE 2019 hall map (Hall 5): stand B15

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Pasquale Fedele

Tommaso Capresi

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 05  Communication
  • 05.03  Aids for speaking and speech impaired persons
  • 05.03.01  Eye control devices

Eye control devices

  • 05  Communication
  • 05.03  Aids for speaking and speech impaired persons
  • 05.03.03  Communicators
  • 05  Communication
  • 05.05  Computer and aids for using computers
  • 05.05.04  Software for augmentative communication

Software for augmentative communication

Our products

Product category: Communicators, Software for augmentative communication

BrainControl BCI AAC

BrainControl BCI AAC, based on Brain-Computer Interface technology, allows interaction through brain waves detected by an EEG headset. It is a “mental joystick” that make use of imagined movements, allowing also patient in completely Locked-In (CLIS) to communicate.

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Product category: Eye control devices, Communicators, Software for augmentative communication

BrainControl Sensory AAC

BrainControl Sensory AAC, based on wearable or remote sensors allowing detection of residual movements, such as the eye gaze (also minimum, for those who are not able to use the standard eye tracking), or eyelids, cheek or leg movements, etc.

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About us

Company details

Over 140 million people globally live with paralysis due to degenerative neuromuscular diseases (multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), stroke, traumatic injuries or ageing process. The needs of at least 5 million of them are not met by assistive technologies currently on the market.

Liquidweb focused on AI for Human-Computer Interaction to solve the needs of these patients. Thanks to BrainControl we developed a breakthrough medical device that gives disabled people the power to control objects with their minds (Brain-Computer Interface), allowing them to control a communicator, home control, wheelchair and robotic devices.

Also other interaction methods were developed and integrated into BrainControl (based on residual movements of eye gaze or any other part of the body).

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