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Symbiotic Devices

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"Symbiotic Devices is, a wholly owned Australian company that was founded in 2011 with the purpose of developing and maintaining strong connections between researchers and academics in Australia and New Zealand and the neuroscience industry globally. Our company is built on our passion, knowledge and experience of scientific research in neuroscience.

Symbiotic Devices brings Australian and New Zealand scientists, researchers and medical practitioners a wide range of innovative, best-in-class quality products and comprehensive in-depth support by partnering with selected manufacturers who share our philosophy, focus on providing support and designing products that match our customers’ unique needs. Symbiotic Devices maintains a worldwide pricing strategy to offer the best possible price for all of its products, including pricing transparently in collaboration with our manufacturers.

Our fields of application include EEG and EP/ERP, EEG & fMRI (simultaneous measurement, online correction), EEG & TMS (simultaneous measurement, online correction), EEG & MEG, BCI and Neurofeedback (in real-time, using various interfaces), source localisation (LORETA, BESA) as well as recording and analysis of peripheral physiology signals via sensors (GSR/EDA, respiration, acceleration, etc.), neuronavigation, neuroimaging, neuromodulation (t-dcs, t-acs), transient capture, patch and voltage clamp LTP studies, electrophysiology, neurophysiology, cardiovascular and respiratory studies, sports science and pharmacology."

Symbiotic Devices Company Profile

Founded in Australia around 2011, Symbiotic Devices produces neurotech consulting services.

Symbiotic Devices makes tools for medical diagnosis and treatment through body/mind state interpretation and/or neurostimulation therapies, the assisted control of mechanical,electrical,and digital devices/applications and the objective measurement of subjective experiences through mind/body state interpretation.

BCI Categories: Open-Loop Efferent, Open-Loop Afferent

Neurosensing Technique(s): EEG, MEG, FMRI, NIRS

Neurostimulation Technique(s): TMS, TDCS, TACS


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