Olivier Oullier is President of EMOTIV, an award-winning, bioinformatics company advancing understanding of the human brain using electroencephalography (EEG). Their mission is to empower individuals to understand their own brain and accelerate brain research globally.
They have just launched EMOTIV MN8, their new enterprise solution dedicated to monitoring stress and attention in the workplace. It will combine and inform workplace wellness safety and productivity strategies & training with neuroscience.
The technology aims to track cognitive performance, monitor emotions, and control both virtual and physical objects via machine learning of trained mental commands.
Applications for the EMOTIV technology and interface span an amazing variety of potential industries and applications – from gaming to interactive television, everyday computer interactions, hands-free control system, smart adaptive environments, art, accessibility design, market research, psychology, learning, medicine, robotics, automotive, transport safety, defence and security.
Founded in 2011 and headquartered in San Francisco, U.S.A. with facilities in Sydney, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh, their community of developers and researchers spans over 100 countries.
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