March 8, 2016
This is your Brain (wave) on Technology - PC Magazine
January 21, 2016
Mike Chi and the First Portable EEG Headset - www.laboratoryequipment.com
January 13, 2016
Cognionics is Monitoring The Human Brain In Real Life
October 2, 2015
Cognionics recognized as one of key players in Global Medical Electrodes Market.
August 27, 2015
Cognionics EEG Headsets made possible with taulman’s 3D Printing Materials.
June 21, 2015
Listening is the new performing with Cognionics EEG Headsets
March April 2015
Cognionics key figure in Catching the Brain Wave.
January 19, 2015
Demonstration Video: Real-time P300 speller using Cognionics dry EEG headset.
January 2, 2015
Cognionics Acquisition software now includes support for a simple and robust real-time streaming API via LabStreamingLayer. Raw EEG can be sent directly to MATLAB or custom applications written in C, C++, C#, Java, Python and more.
November 20, 2014
New Product: The Quick-20 Dry EEG Headset is now ready for release. It is an advanced system optimized for ease-of-use, comfort and high signal quality in mobile and real-world settings. The system supports up to the full 10-20 array and includes active electrodes and wireless electronics in an integrated and lightweight form-factor. The system is compatible with all of Cognionics accessories including the Wireless Trigger, Auxiliary Box and ECG Belt. Demonstration Video
October 10, 2014
Cognionics headset systems now have an upgraded wireless module for higher data rates and improved reliability. All systems also now support on-board microSD data logging.
October 1, 2014
Multi-position headband released for re-configurable and easy dry EEG experimentation.
September 20, 2014
September 15, 2014
New wireless USB trigger module is now available for sending event markers to Cognionics systems.
June 23, 2014
2014 San Diego Business Journal Innovation Award Winner.
April 20, 2014
High density (64 channel) mobile gel-based EEG system is now available for purchase. The system combines Cognionics miniature electronics with an industry standard EEG cap for a very low-noise, wearable EEG acquisition platform.
April 15, 2014
New accessories have been released: an extension box providing 6 auxiliary analog inputs (ECG, EMG, respiration, GSR, etc.) to our data acquisition systems and a reduced size wireless trigger module.
April 4, 2014
Cognionics has been awarded a DARPA Phase II SBIR to develop an advanced, mobile and ultra-easy to use EEG headset system for real-world neurological recordings.
March 31, 2014
Our work with mobile and dry EEG technology is featured by the NSF Science Nation.
March 27, 2014
Cognionics wireless EEG systems is featured at SXSW and the Nvidia GPU Technology Conference.
March 20, 2014
Cognionics creates 64-channel EEG cap for use in Neuroscape Lab's Glass Brain project.
October 1, 2013
Cognionics has been awarded a NASA Phase III SBIR contract to develop a multi-lead, diagnostic-grade mobile dry ECG harness for ambulatory cardiac monitoring.
Cognionics featured in San Diego Tribune San Diego Company Making EEGs Easier.
The Cognionics Miniature Data Acquisition System has been released. The tiny device supports up to 16 EEG/EOG/EMG channels with both Bluetooth wireless and microSD data recording capabilities.
Cognionics has been awarded a Navy STTR research contract to develop a body-worn, neurophysiological monitoring platform combining EEG/ECG/EMG sensors in a comfortable and slim form-factor.
The 16, 24 and 32 channel versions of our Dry EEG Headset System are also now available with fixed and user selected sensor positions.
Cognionics is releasing the first true High-Density Wireless Dry EEG Headset System! The advanced system features innovative mechanics and electronics to enable high fidelity mobile EEG acquisition with our flexible dry electrodes. The system is offered in 16, 24, 32 and 64 channel configurations.
Two new products are now available for sale: A ultra lightweight, wireless dry EEG headband and a miniature wireless EEG amplifier supporting 2 to 16 channels.
The UCSD-Cognionics presentation, which featured our new high density, 64-channel dry EEG System, won the 'Best Technical Demonstration' award at the 2013 BCI conference in Asilomar!
Cognionics has been awarded a DARPA SBIR contract to develop an advanced version of our portable EEG technology.
Cognionics Co-Founder Mike Chi Developing Better EEG Recording Equipment.
Accessories for our EEG systems, including our patent-pending dry electrodes are now available. Cognionics electrodes are specifically optimized for recording low-noise EEG signals, through-hair without scalp prep or gels. We also offer a pad-type dry electrode for bare-skin recordings with signal quality comparable to standard hydrogel sensors.
We are introducing our first wireless dry EEG headset with 6-channels. The cap provides sensor coverage across the scalp (Fp1, Fp2, Cz, Pz, O1, O2) and is designed for use with our flexible dry electrodes, enabling through-hair, gel-free recordings. The system utilizes the same, low-noise electronics as our high-density data acquisition devices and is fully compatible with our wireless triggering system.
Cognionics has released our patent-pending wireless triggering system for sending precision event markers to our EEG products. Our proprietary technology achieves ultra-low jitter/latency and can simultaneously broadcast to an unlimited number of receiving EEG systems for mobile and group experiments that are currently not possible with existing wired equipment.
Cognionics is pleased to announce the offering of our first research product - a Wireless 64 channel EEG system with all of the features of a high-end shelf-instrument featuring low-noise amplifiers, simultaneously sampled 24-bit digitizers and real-time electrode impedance measurements for the best possible signal quality. The system instantly converts an existing EEG setup into a wireless system for mobile experimentation.
Cognionics has completed our move into our new 2000 sq. ft. research, engineering and production facility in San Diego! Address is now:
8445 Camino Santa Fe
San Diego, CA 92121
Mike Chi and Trevor Kerth are demonstrating our new, 4-channel, non-contact ECG strap and our 32-channel EEG headset at the Wireless Health 2012 Conference.
Cognionics representatives are presenting the successful test results from our new 32-channel mobile dry EEG systems and dry electrodes to DARPA.
Cognionics selected for NIH STTR for "Auditory Processing Training: A Novel Treatment for Sound Hypersensitivities in Autistic Subjects" along with the University of New Mexico's Mind Research Network.
Mike Chi and Trevor Kerth are demonstrating our new 32-channel dry EEG headset at the IEEE EMBC Conference.
Cognionics selected for NIH SBIR funding for "Development of a Practical Non-contact ECG Sensor for Arrhythmia Diagnosis." This Phase I project will developed advanced versions of our non-contact sensor technology suitable for use across a wide variety of patient body types and clothing materials.
Cognionics is selected in the NASA 2011 SBIR Program. As part of this Phase I project, Cognionics will develop a customized and enhanced version of our non-contact sensor suite for astronaut cardiac monitoring.
This project was one of 260 chosen by NASA out of 1,878 in a highly competitive process.
NASA Press Release
The paper, "Ultra-High Input Impedance, Low Noise Integrated Amplifier for Non-contact Biopotential Sensing," has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Journal on Emerging and Selected Topics in Circuits and Systems. This paper, authored by Cognionics CTO, details the design of our core innovations in sensor electronics.
Dr. Mike Chi and Trevor Kerth attended the 2011 IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference. The lecture presentation detailed both our key circuit innovations in high-impedance biopotential sensing technology as well as demonstrated our latest mobile non-contact ECG platform.
Dr. Mike Chi, CTO, was invited to speak at the UCSD Minisymposium on New Dimensions in Brain-Machine Interfaces at UCSD. He presented the latest innovations in non-contact sensors for EEG applications.
The paper, "Dry and Non-contact EEG Sensors for Mobile Brain-Computer Interfaces," has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems & Rehabilitation Engineering. The journal article details the testing and validation of the non-contact EEG sensor technology for BCI use. The research was conducted in collaboration with UCSD.