Working with assistive devices and want to take them to the next level?
Myelins licenses cutting-edge software technology to help you design your dexterous and human-like assistive devices.
Challenge - Product - Mission
Our product "MyBrain" is a revolutionary software for brain-computer interfaces (BCI) developed by Myelins startup. The software allows a wide range of robotic companies to have functional online BCIs systems by leveraging advanced techniques for processing and decoding biosignals, such as EEG, EOG and EMG signals. The product is completely customizable to meet the needs of every potential company. The current version of the software provides pre-defined set of state-of-the-art algorithms for recording and collecting biosignals (use customized VR experimental paradigms), processing and includes a rich selection of signal processing and decoding biosignals data (brain data, muscle data, eye movements, etc.).
Our mission is to merge biological and artificial intelligence in order to restore complete functionality of assistive devices in the form of neural prostheses and exoskeletons.
By proposing such software solutions, we envision to accelerate the development of the new era of robotic systems for assistance and rehabilitation, and hence pave the way for the development of the human 2.0 body.
Empower the next generation of “human-like” assistive devices...
We are a small dreamers team with a mission to revolutionize the world of assistive robotic devices and to enable the human 2.0 era. We are data hungry folks and out of the box thinkers.
Meet the engines that sparks growth
Founder & CEO
Co-Founder & COO
Co-Founder & CTO
We are advised by international leading researchers & experts
Dr. Boubeker Belabbas
Group Leader at German Aerospace Center (DLR)
Dr.Sabri Mekaoui A project Adviser in the European Commission's Research Executive Agency for space projects
Dr. Imed Romdhani
Associate Professor at Edinburgh Napier University
Prof. Olfa Kanoun Full Professor at Technische Universität Chemnitz
Dr. Bessma Smida
Associate Professor at University of Illinois at Chicago
We have relevant partnerships to boost our progress