Interview in about our project on early diagnosis of dementia

In a recent article in, Hannes Perko talks about our dementia project called BrainCheck. In BrainCheck, a multidisciplinary team of scientists and enginners from AIT Health & Bioresources Center, in collaboration with industry parterns, develops a solution, which can be used to search for signs of dementia in the brain activity. Read the article to learn more about this neurological degenerative disease, and how AI-based analysis of EEG data can help with its early diagnosis.
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Meet us at the AES meeting 2022 in Nashville, December 2nd-6th!

Visit us at American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting! You will find us at booth #635. Come and try out the encevis software yourself. See how easy it is to review the results of our automatic spike and seizure detection. Watch various types of artifacts disappear with our artifact reduction solution. Extract the interesting information from the data with our trending module. Or simply come by and say hi!

Meet us at the ICCN meeting 2022 in Geneva, September 4th-8th!

The 32nd International Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology in Geneva is coming up. Starting this Sunday until Thursday next week, our team is going to present encevis at booth 22 – come and meet us there! Join us, visit our booth and attend the exciting sessions with us.

Meet us at the EEC meeting 2022 in Geneva, July 9th-13th!

We’ve arrived to Geneva and are in the middle of building up our stand for the EEC 2022! Starting tomorrow until Wednesday, our team is going to present the encevis software at booth 403 – come and meet us there! Join us, visit our booth and attend the exciting sessions with us.

encevis V1.11.6 released

The newest encevis version 1.11.6 has been released. This was a maintenance release fixing some smaller issues and introduced some minor improvements to encevis and EpiSight Analyzer. Feel free to try it out