Welcome to explore Nelli at Exeter, UK and Lausanne, Switzerland in September.
Neuro Event Labs will participate next week in two congresses. International Conference for Technology & Analysis of Seizures will be held in University of Exeter in 2 - 6 September. We are in booth hosted by UCB and demonstrating clinical use of Nelli as part of epilepsy journey.
Another congress is 2nd international congress on mobile devices and seizure detection in Epilepsy that will be held in Lausanne University Hospital in 5 - 7 September. As a sponsor of event, we welcome you our booth to see Nelli in action, but also learn scientific background and clinical use of Nelli. We have as well 2 x 45min lectures both 5.9 in home VT workshop and 6.9 at congress.
See you next week!
Startups are all about disrupting the status quo - finding a superior, often a high-tech, solution to a problem and changing how the markets work. This week, the Neuro Event Labs team will be attending Slush, one of the biggest startup events in the world. At Slush, we will demo a key element of our solution: a machine vision sensor that detects even the tiniest of disruptions in a person’s breathing.
Neuro Event Labs’ CEO Kaapo Annala pitched this week in Finland’s biggest company growth challenge, Kasvu Open. After making it to the top-10 finale (out of 839 companies), Neuro Event Labs took second place in the start-up series, as well as being voted the “audience choice” in a landslide victory.
During the first years of existence, for most startups, the product and idea are evolving a lot. Quite often the original idea is no longer alive, but dumbed down due to good reasons when developing the idea further. We have also been developing the original idea of the NeuroEventLabs product further, mostly as an effect of the learning process with customers.