NEWS

Tuesday
Nov192013

SI2 Technologies Founder elected to SBANE Board of Directors

Dr. Joseph Kunze, Ph.D was recently elected to the Small Business Association of New England, SBANE. As founder and CEO of SI2 Technologies, Inc.; he brings a wealth of small business experience to the board.

Read more at: http://www.sbane.org/about-sbane/board/ 

Monday
Sep302013

SI2 Technologies in the News - CNBC

..."A low-cost EEG system can be part of a laboratory experiment that a 15-year-old might be able to do," said Erik Handy, principal scientist at SI2 Technologies. The small business—based in North Billerica, Mass., 25 miles outside Boston—is among four companies that have received federal DARPA funding to create complementary solutions...

Read the full article at CNBC: http://www.cnbc.com/id/101062968

 Syndicated article at NBC news: http://www.nbcnews.com/science/push-create-30-portable-brain-recorder-8C11298530

Friday
Sep272013

SI2 Technologies Displays Innovative EEG Approach with DARPA at NYC Maker Faire

Maker Faire, the annual gathering where 70,000-some hackers and tinkerers display their projects, hosted a booth from the Defense Advanced Research Agency (DARPA) last weekend. Dr. William Casebeer, a DARPA program manager, is hoping to spark a neuroscience fad within the maker movement. One of four EEG projects that were funded by DARPA in June, S12 Technologies is working on designing electrodes that can be 3D printed, along with software that can work on a phone or tablet to provide low cost clinical grade EEG to application developers. 

Dr. Casebeer’s goal is to return to Maker Faire next year with an ultra simple electroencephalography device for less than $30 that would allow anyone to take research-grade measurements of their own brain. "We need simpler methods," he says. "There’s an entire community here of hobbyists, citizen scientists, and makers… who would be willing to engage in neuroscience."

In addition to aiding cloud sourced development of new applications, inexpensive clinical grade EEG measurements and phone linked apps could bring improved medical care to remote and impoverished areas, linking in medical specialists without needing to transport either physician or patient for the initial evaluation. Helmets for sports or the military could potentially detect traumatic brain injuries in real time, increasing knowledge on protection and providing options for immediate treatment or long term monitoring.  

More at:   http://fora.tv/2013/09/21/low-cost_neural_monitoring_for_makers

http://phys.org/news/2013-09-darpa-partners-diy-ultimate-brain.html

Friday
Jun172011

SI2 Technologies displays at Navy's Opportunity Forum 

SI2 Technologies, Inc displayed and presented at this year’s Navy Opportunity Forum in Crystal City, VA on 6-8 June.  This invitation-only event was meant to allow key DoD acquisition decision-makers and select defense manufacturers to preview, evaluate and discuss over 200 technologies developed by small businesses funded by the Navy's Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. The largest event of its kind - the Forum is designed to facilitate the rapid assessment of strategic sources for open innovation.

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