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  • Investors of Axilum Robotics company
    Contact Jobs News Press Release Jan 11 2016 Axilum Robotics and Rogue Resolutions announce the installation of a new robotic system for TMS in Spain Read more STEP meeting in Ghent Dec 11 12 2015 Axilum Robotics was at the scientific meeting of STEP section in Ghent Belgium Read more Press Release Dec 9 2015 Axilum Robotics and Localite announce the installation of a new robotic system for TMS in

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  • Do not miss the next events of Axilum Robotics!
    The congress is the only event in Europe to be 100 dedicated to robotics and disruptive innovations It has been organized at the Congress Center in Lyon France from July 1st to 3rd 2015 Axilum Robotics made demos of its TMS system in partnership with Syneika You found us on the booth of GdR Robotique where several robotic systems developed by French research laboratories were presented Axilum Robotics was at the 1st Moscow Conference on Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation TMS The conference covered many topics about fundamental and clinical neurology from the current state of the art to future horizons of TMS It has been organized in Moscou Russia from June 4th to 6th 2015 at the Research Center of Neurology Dr O David from the Grenoble Institute of Neuroscience presented their research work about robotized TMS EEG using Axilum Robotics TMS Robot Axilum Robotics has been selected for a presentation of its project at BIOVISION Investor Conference which has been organized in Lyon France on April 15 16 2015 Introduced in 2013 and organized in partnership with Lyonbiopole and France Biotech the BIOVISION Investor Conference is an international prestigious investor event connecting Medtech Biotech e Health start ups and mid sized companies with relevant partners and financial investors It includes workshops and Pitches sessions for selected companies seeking visibility collaborations and or funds Read more Download their press release announcing the selection of Axilum Robotics Axilum Robotics attended the 1st International Conference on Brain Stimulation in Singapore from March 2nd to 4th 2015 You could meet us at the booth of our partners MagVenture and Rogue Resolutions Please contact us if you want to meet us during a next congress and get introduced to our assistance robot for Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation TMS Brain stimulation methods are new approaches to research

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  • Official press releases of Axilum Robotics
    Directors September 17th 2015 Strasbourg France Medical robotics specialist Axilum Robotics announces that Pierre Rivaux has been appointed as independent member of its Board of Directors Pierre Rivaux is a business executive with more than 20 years of global sales and managing experience He has a strong track record in selling high tech medical surgical disposables and capital equipment as well as in building effective international teams and global sales operation Read more Download as PDF Syneika and Axilum Robotics announce the installation of a new robotic system for Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation TMS in Nantes January 07th 2015 Strasbourg and Cesson Sévigné France Syneika specializing in the design of medical equipments dedicated to image guided TMS and Axilum Robotics specializing in the development of medical robots today announced the installation of a robotic system for image guided Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation TMS in the Center for Evaluation and Treatment of Pain CETP of University Hospital of Nantes France Read more Download as PDF Syneika and Axilum Robotics announce the installation of a Robotic Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation system unique in the world October 27th 2014 Strasbourg and Cesson Sévigné France Syneika specializing in the design of medical equipments dedicated to image guided TMS and Axilum Robotics specializing in the development of medical robots today announced the installation in the Center for Evaluation and Treatment of Pain CETP of Ambroise Pare Hospital Boulogne Billancourt France of a robotic system for image guided Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation TMS Read more Download as PDF Researchers demonstrate direct brain to brain communication in human subjects Advanced neuro technologies including wireless EEG and robotized TMS enable first successful transmission September 3rd 2014 Boston MA In a first of its kind study an international team of neuroscientists and robotics engineers have demonstrated the viability of direct brain to brain communication in humans Recently published in PLOS ONE the highly novel findings describe the successful transmission of information via the internet between the intact scalps of two human subjects located 5 000 miles apart Read more September 9th 2014 Strasbourg France World premiere in Brain to Brain communication French company Axilum Robotics ensures the success of the experiment thanks to its new robot for Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Read more Download press release of Sept 3rd 2014 as PDF Download press release of Sept 9th 2014 as PDF Axilum Robotics announces the installation of its robot for transcranial magnetic stimulation TMS in Boston USA as part of a research study with the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center March 14th 2014 Strasbourg France Medical robotics specialist Axilum Robotics announces the installation of its robot for Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation TMS in Boston USA at the Berenson Allen Center for Noninvasive Brain Stimulation as part of a research study with the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center A full image guided robotic system built around the robot will allow implementing an automated TMS procedure in a new research study Read more Download as PDF Axilum Robotics announces Health Canada licence for TMS Robot the world

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  • Axilum Robotics - Media Coverage
    of January 4th 2015 The Brazilian TV channel GloboTV present in their weekly Fantastico programme of January 4 2015 a report recorded in Strasbourg France about the brain to brain communication experiment published in scientific journal PlosOne The journalist is surrounded by Michel Berg and Romuald Ginhoux and comments the course of the experiment conducted with Axilum Robotics TMS Robot Watch the TV report in Portuguese only A successful brain to brain communication September 17th 2014 A look back at 1 month and more of intensive media coverage around the publication in scientific journal Plos One on August 19th 2014 of the results of a complex TMS experiment using Axilum Robotics TMS Robot MSNBC of October 28th 2014 What s the Big Idea Making mind reading a reality Alvaro Pascual Leone a Neurology Professor at Harvard Medical School talks with Richard Lui about turning mind reading into a reality Using only a digital connection to link their brains people are able to send and receive greetings to each other from thousands of miles apart Read more Watch the interview of Alvaro Pascual Leone on MSNBC Daily Mail of September 3rd 2014 Groundbreaking experiment allows first brain to brain communication over the internet between people 5 000 miles apart Researchers have successfully carried out the first brain to brain conversation online Read more Download as PDF Science Daily of September 3rd 2014 Direct brain to brain communication demonstrated in human subjects In a first of its kind study an international team of neuroscientists and robotics engineers has demonstrated the viability of direct brain to brain communication in humans Read more Download as PDF Fow News of September 5th 2014 We know what you re thinking Scientists test brain to brain communication What if you could communicate with another person only using

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  • General Public - A robot to assist in transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS / rTMS)
    meeting in Ghent Dec 11 12 2015 Axilum Robotics was at the scientific meeting of STEP section in Ghent Belgium Read more Press Release Dec 9 2015 Axilum Robotics and Localite announce the installation of a new robotic system for TMS in Denmark Read more Press Release Oct 5 2015 Axilum Robotics and Rogue Resolutions announce the installation of a new robotic system for TMS in Brazil Read more Products Robotic Assistant for Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation TMS Axilum Robotics TMS Robot is the first robot specifically designed for Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation TMS The idea to develop a robot assisted solution for TMS came from a need expressed in 2004 to Pr Michel de Mathelin former head of the medical robotics research group of ICube University of Strasbourg France by Dr Jack Foucher from INSERM U666 research unit one of the pioneers of TMS in France Facing the double challenge to ensure precision of stimulation and to reproduce identical procedures by patients who need sometimes up to 30 sessions Dr Foucher was looking for a solution to automate the stimulation procedure There was a real need with no robotic solution available The automated procedure offers many advantages including precision repeatability of

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  • General Public - What is Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation?
    Ghent Dec 11 12 2015 Axilum Robotics was at the scientific meeting of STEP section in Ghent Belgium Read more Press Release Dec 9 2015 Axilum Robotics and Localite announce the installation of a new robotic system for TMS in Denmark Read more Press Release Oct 5 2015 Axilum Robotics and Rogue Resolutions announce the installation of a new robotic system for TMS in Brazil Read more Products What is Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation TMS is a painless non invasive neurostimulation technique that applies high intensity magnetic impulses to cortex areas by placing a coil on the surface of the head It is used as a research tool to gain knowledge of neurophysiological and cognitive mechanisms There are many potential therapeutic applications particularly in psychiatry and neurology TMS is currently under clinical evaluation in diseases like drug resistant major depression and chronic neuropathic pain Transcranial magnetic stimulation by Eric Wassermann M D Transcranial Brain Stimulation Behavioral Neurology Unit National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke To learn more about TMS and its applications please refer to the following scientific publications Simone Rossi Mark Hallett Paolo M Rossini Alvaro Pascual Leone and The Safety of TMS Consensus Group Safety ethical considerations and

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  • Healthcare Professionals - A robot to assist in transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS / rTMS)
    arm allows the positioning of the coil s stimulation hot spot around a hemisphere This architecture enables access to all stimulation areas while the head is located inside the work hemisphere The computer controlled patient seat facilitates the adjustment of the patient head inside the workspace Accuracy and Repeatability Axilum Robotics TMS Robot offers improved accuracy The robotic arm and the patient seat include 9 high precision position sensors that allow to measure and repeat any desired configuration of the coil with respect to the brain Coil Orientation Control The hemispherical architecture of the robotic arm allows to Orientate the coil when applied on the head surface to reach the desired internal structures Control the self rotation of the coil to define the direction of the induced electric field This provides a way to control precisely the stimulation entry point and the stimulated internal structures Click on the picture to enlarge it Head Motion Compensation The neuronavigation system monitors the coil position and orientation in real time to compensate for any movement of the head measured by its 3D optical tracking system during the stimulation Contact Detection and Control A flat force sensor that is non sensitive to the magnetic field is affixed on the inferior surface of the TMS coil to measure the contact between the coil and the head The robot s embedded software controls the applied force in real time so that it does not exceed the coil s own weight Therefore stimulations can be delivered only when the coil is touching the head Safety The patient head is located in the center of the work hemisphere by means of the computer controlled seat Each joint of the robot arm is equipped with mechanical hard stops to limit their movement amplitude Thanks to the hemispherical architecture of

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  • Healthcare Professionals - A robot to assist in transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS / rTMS)
    Read more STEP meeting in Ghent Dec 11 12 2015 Axilum Robotics was at the scientific meeting of STEP section in Ghent Belgium Read more Press Release Dec 9 2015 Axilum Robotics and Localite announce the installation of a new robotic system for TMS in Denmark Read more Press Release Oct 5 2015 Axilum Robotics and Rogue Resolutions announce the installation of a new robotic system for TMS in Brazil Read more Improving accuracy and repeatability Once the stimulation targets and coil self rotation have been defined in the neuronavigation system Axilum Robotics TMS Robot positions the coil tangentially at these targets ensures contact between coil and head and compensates for any head movement during the session keeping the coil position and orientation with respect to the brain TMS Robot will allow to considerably improve the spatial resolution of the TMS stimulation in healthy subjects and in patients with neurological or psychiatric disorders In a study published in 2013 2 comparing navigated robotic coil positioning with TMS Robot versus manual coil positioning for motor cortex mapping using healthy volunteers absolute and test retest reliability were significantly improved by robotic assistance p Absolute reliability left and test retest reliability right comparing

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