Standardization to support companies and protect consumers in the expanding BCI market

The growth in bio-sensing modalities, end effectors, applications, and the variety of potential user populations has necessitated a more interoperable ecosystem of neurotechnologies. Additionally, the potential deployment and commercialization of BCI-based solutions for human users require researchers, manufacturers, and regulatory agencies to ensure these devices meet well-defined safety and effectiveness criteria.

CHAIR

Pasquale Arpaia Pasquale Arpaia

Prof. Pasquale Arpaia

Director of CIRMIS
University of Naples Federico II

PANELISTS

Yuntao Yu (Chair of Brain-Computer Interfaces - ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 43)

Mariska Vanstensel (President of the BCI Society)

World's leading BCI manufacturers

WITH THE PATRONAGE OF

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