Wimagine® implant wins award at CES in Las Vegas!

The Wimagine implant, designed at Clinatec using a brain-computer interface (BCI), won an Innovation Award at the major international Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in the "Accessibility & Aging Tech" category. A wonderful recognition and showcase for Clinatec's work.

BCI has been designed to ultimately improve the quality of life of disabled patients by giving them the means to once again control their body’s movements, directly as a function of their brain activity. What’s more, the system was the first to demonstrate in a paraplegic patient that synchronizing brain activity with movement promotes recovery from spinal cord injury. This gives us great hope in the search for rehabilitation solutions for disabled patients. ” says Guillaume Charvet, head of the Cerveau-Machine program at CEA.

We’re very proud of these achievements, thanks in part to the support of the Fonds Clinatec patrons. Whether it’s a cash contribution, as made by the Covéa Group Foundation, KLESIA, Malakoff Humanis and many other donors, or skills sponsorship, as practiced by the Expleo Group in particular, we would like to extend our warmest thanks to all our benefactors who have faithfully supported us. ” says Laurent Hérault, Director of Fonds Clinatec.

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29 March 2024

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