EMCI Collaboration sees the addition of Tactile Stimulators to our range

We are pleased to announce an exciting new collaboration with EMCI, with the addition of the Galileo Tactile Stimulus System to our range of products for sale and promotion worldwide.

EMCI are a US based medical-device manufacturer who create human health-advancing, market-dominating products in a wide array of medical disciplines. EMCI translates high-level scientific research and medical innovation into market-ready devices.   EMCI have developed the Galileo™ Tactile Stimulus System an 8-channel, pneumatic evoked response tactile stimulator that is used to activate populations of low-threshold, rapidly conducting mechanoreceptive afferents in soft tissues overlying joints and muscles. Stimulus response is ideally suited for two of the most skilled sensorimotor systems of the human body; the hand (manipulation) and orofacial (speech) systems. Because of its natural, punctate stimulus, it recruits nerves in the correct order and creates an interference-free signal.

With an 9ms rise time at 17′ tube length and 11ms rise time at 25′, this evoked response stimulator is ideally suited for use in fMRI, MEG, EEG, NIRS and PET environments. Each channel is equipped with TTL output ports which can synchronise to imaging systems. The dedicated TTL input can be used to start a sequence from another piece of hardware or software, or USB can be used in conjunction with other industry software and hardware to do event-based stimulus triggering.

The Galileo Stimulus system makes an excellent addition to our already comprehensive range of Neuromodulation and Neuroimaging devices and further establishes Rogue Resolutions in this field of system integrations. This allows researchers to get a single, integrated solution from a single trusted partner providing significant benefit as it provides neuroscientists with increased flexibility and offers improved experimental design capabilities.   We are very excited about this working collaboration with EMCI and it reinforces our aim to always bring the most cutting edge, integrated solutions to the neuroscience community and this partnership with will allow us to offer more flexible solutions to our existing and future customers.   Rogue Resolutions also works in partnership with Rogue Research Inc, manufacturer of the Brainsight family of products and neuroConn GmbH. Visit our Galileo Tactile Stimulus System page for more information. For pricing and more detailed system specification please contact us.