Live Demos

The area of the show dedicated to providing visitors with the chance to test and use the latest innovative creations changing the face of the neurological world.

The Live Demo Area will host some of the most forward-thinking equipment and services - all created to enhance the coverage and care delivered within the neuro field. With brand new products being launched at this year’s event, each visitor to the area will be given a hands on introduction to each product being showcased.

Wednesday 6th

Anatomical Concepts Live Demo at the European Neurological Convention

11.00 - Anatomical Concepts (UK) Ltd
Indego Exoskeleton - Personal and Therapy

Featuring the Indego from Parker Hannifin - Indego is a powered lower limb orthosis - popularly known as an exoskeleton. Thanks to powered hip and knee joints in conjunction with sensor technology and sophisticated control strategies the device allows certain gait impaired individuals to stand up and walk again

Cyclone Mobility Live Demo at the European Neurological Convention

12.00 - Cyclone Mobility
Expanding Rehabilitation with Virtual Reality

Rehametrics is a virtual physical and cognitive therapy platform that enables clinicians to prescribe, monitor and quantify rehabilitation sessions across care settings. By applying virtual reality and gamification techniques and performing a detailed iomechanical analysis on collected session data, it can improve rehabilitation outcomes, reduce costs and increase clinician productivity.

Saebo Live Demo at the European Neurological Convention

13.00 - Saebo
The SaeboVR ADL Virtual Reality System

The SaeboVR is a virtual rehab system to engage users in both the motor and cognitive elements of everyday tasks as part of their rehabilitation.

Mindmaze Live Demo at the European Neurological Convention

14.00 - Mindmaze
Virtual reality applications for neurorehabilitation

Virtual reality (VR) technologies are generating renewed excitement both in the technology domain and the healthcare sector, and namely the field of neurorehabilitation. This session will explore how VR-based tools have a great potential to meet key needs in neurorehabilitation: increasing the dose, intensity and duration of the treatment without increasing costs, providing tailored and carefully controlled treatment, accurately measuring performance and improvement, and increasing patients’ motivation and engagement.

Newro Live Demo at the European Neurological Convention

15.00 - Newro
Open innovation initiative to identify and boost cutting edge Neuro projects

Initiative focused in identifying disruptive global neuro projects that need technological development to be finalized and matching them with smart capital and corporate investors

Thursday 7th June

Saebo Live Demo at the European Neurological Convention

11.00 - Saebo
The SaeboVR ADL Virtual Reality System

The SaeboVR is a virtual rehab system to engage users in both the motor and cognitive elements of everyday tasks as part of their rehabilitation.

Cyclone Mobility Live Demo at the European Neurological Convention

12.00 - Cyclone Mobility
Expanding Rehabilitation with Virtual Reality

Rehametrics is a virtual physical and cognitive therapy platform that enables clinicians to prescribe, monitor and quantify rehabilitation sessions across care settings. By applying virtual reality and gamification techniques and performing a detailed iomechanical analysis on collected session data, it can improve rehabilitation outcomes, reduce costs and increase clinician productivity.

Mindmaze Live Demo at the European Neurological Convention

13.00 - Mindmaze
Virtual reality applications for neurorehabilitation

Virtual reality (VR) technologies are generating renewed excitement both in the technology domain and the healthcare sector, and namely the field of neurorehabilitation. This session will explore how VR-based tools have a great potential to meet key needs in neurorehabilitation: increasing the dose, intensity and duration of the treatment without increasing costs, providing tailored and carefully controlled treatment, accurately measuring performance and improvement, and increasing patients’ motivation and engagement.

Mobility Research UK Live Demo at the European Neurological Convention

14.00 - Mobility Research UK
Changing a movement pattern in chronic TBI… Yes, it can be done!

Observe a treatment session designed to change an established, inefficient (spastic) motor pattern in a gentleman who sustained a traumatic brain injury 27 years ago. Prepare to be amazed by the challenges and change introduced in a single treatment session.

Anatomical Concepts Live Demo at the European Neurological Convention

15.00 - Anatomical Concepts (UK) Ltd
Vibramoov and Functional Proprioceptive Stimulation

One of the main challenges of neurorehabilitation is to preserve or re-establish the coordination between motricity (active movement) and the related neurosensory information. Vibramoov offers a unique neurorehabilitation therapy by maintaining the functional interaction between movement and proprioception throughout the recovery process.

Suricog Live Demo at the European Neurological Convention

16.00 - Suricog
Eyebrain medical device: how can eyetracking guide your diagnosis?

Oculomotor movement abnormalities have the power to reveal brain abnormalities. During the Live Demo, we will present our high precision eyetracking medical device EyeBrain for neurological and psychiatric diseases and its scientific foundation.