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Fourier Intelligence Joins BRAIN Center as One of Its Industry Members

Industry-academic collaborations for innovation and development in the field of neurotechnology

24/Jun/2019



Shanghai, May 27, 2019 – The Building Reliable Advances and Innovation in Neurotechnology (BRAIN) Center announced its new industry member, Fourier Intelligence, in the annual meeting. As a new member to this distinguished organisation, Fourier Intelligence aims to accelerate the transition of technology from the academic lab to the market place as well as contributing positively to the global rehabilitation robotics development. 

BRAIN Center is an industry and university cooperative research  centre, organised by the Arizona State University (ASU) and the University of Houston (UH). This partnership allows rigorous testing of efficacy, safety and long-term reliability of neurotechnology that would otherwise not be possible within the traditional 'silos' of academic, industry, regulatory and clinical communities. Its members are executives of the world's largest companies, such as Medtronic, conducting the dialogue with international institutions. 

BRAIN Center Industry Members Table

As a member, Fourier Intelligence will actively participate in several projects to promote the adoption of safe, effective and affordable neurotechnologies for rehabilitation purposes. This includes international meetings with policymakers, regulators and key constituents, to provide cutting-edge competitive solutions for interdisciplinary research and neurotechnology development. 

"We are extremely proud and excited to be a BRAIN Center industry member. It is a leading research association which delivers real value for its members. As BRAIN Center grows its visibility and influence, it creates a platform to enhance our communication with other clinical, research, and industrial collaborators on how we can develop technologies to improve the quality of life for our patients." says Zen Koh, Chief Strategy Officer (CSO), Fourier Intelligence. "It adds an important dimension to our long-standing relationships in the rehabilitation community and market. It is also in total alignment with our vision to provide 'robotics for all' and to drive innovations in the industry."

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