- Comfortable & preparation-free
- Skin compliant
- High signal quality & stable long-term signal
- Work underwater
Read more about the technology in our publication Skin conformal polymer electrodes for clinical ECG and EEG recordings in the Advanced Healthcare Materials Journal
We enable wearables for future healthcare and Internet of Humans. Our soft and surface-structured electrodes show skin compliance and adhesive properties, which reduces noise and motion artifacts. Our electrodes enable unobtrusive long-term biopotential recordings with clinical-grade performance. Read more about the technology in our publication Skin conformal polymer electrodes for clinical ECG and EEG recordings in the Advanced Healthcare Materials Journal.
Depending on the application, monitoring position and time frame, a certain surface structure may suit your application better than another.
Our electrodes have been tested and proved in various environments and scopes. Different product properties are coming into play for applications such as brain wave monitoring, cardiology or muscle physiology.
Flat electrodes provide high comfort and good electrical properties.
Possible uses: ECG monitoring, non-hairy EEG monitoring (behind the ear, forehead), EMG monitoring
Why are they better than other flat electrodes? The porosity of the surface enlarges the electrochemically active area resulting in decreased electrode-skin impedance. The elastic modulus is similar to the one of human skin, resulting in full compliance.
(Hairy) EEG monitoring becomes more convenient and comfortable with soft and dry pillar electrodes. With protruding soft pillars, recording through hair becomes possible without any preparation. Despite low signal amplitudes and dense coverage of skin by hair, high quality recordings comparable to clinical gel cup electrodes can be obtained.
Possible uses: EEG monitoring in consumer and brain-computer interface (BCI) applications.
Microstructured bioinspired surfaces allow a natural adhesion without any glue or sticker. Especially in long-term applications glue and electrolyte gel (combinations) lead to irritated skin and rashes. Itching and discomfort can cause patients or users to take devices off. Additionally, microstructures show increased robustness against motion artifacts through skin compliance and adhesive properties.
Possible uses: ECG monitoring, non-hairy EEG monitoring (behind the ear, forehead) and EMG monitoring