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BITalino is a low-cost toolkit that allows anyone from students to professional developers to create projects ​with physiological sensors

  • Stage Concept Only
  • Industry Electronics / Instrumentation
  • Location Lisbon Street, Lisbon, ME, US
  • Currency USD
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Company Summary

Our team is devoted to the development of low-cost hardware for biomedical engineering. Out of the box, BITalino already integrates easy to use software & hardware blocks with sensors for ECG, EMG, EDA, an accelerometer, & ambient light. To date, no other system enabled a seamless do-it-yourself approach to biosignal acquisition and processing. With BITalino imagination is the limit; anyone can easily prototype biomedical devices.


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    Hugo Plácido da Silva

    Visiting Researcher at the CNEL Lab from the Univ. of Florida (2012); Management for Entrepreneurs Univ. Católica de Lisboa (2011); Board Member and Innovation Advisor at PLUX (since 2012); CIO at PLUX (2010-2012); COO at PLUX (2007-2010); Co-founder of PLUX – Wireless Biosignals (2007); MSc in ECE by the IST/UTL (2007); Researcher at the IT/IST (since 2004)

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    André Ribeiro Lourenço

    Visiting researcher at the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition group from the University of Venice (2012); PhD student in ECE at the IST/UTL (since 2009); MSc in ECE from the IST/UTL (2005); Researcher at the IT/IST (since 2002); Assistant Professor at the ADEETC-ISEL (since 2005); Engineer at Lusospace (from 2003 to 2005); Consultant at Wedo Consulting (2001);

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    Ana Luisa Nobre Fred

    Auxiliar Professor at ECE department from the IST/UTL; Researcher at the IST site of the Instituto de Telecomunicações (IT/IST) since 1993; Co-founder of the Institute for Systems and Technologies of Information, Control and Communication (INSTICC). Leading role in several national and European projects funded by the 7th Framework Program (EU-FP7), National QREN and FCT, and several other private and public institutions.