Thought Technology Participates in Canadian Space Agency Brain-Storming on Work in Isolated Environments
- Montreal, January 31, 2008— Thought Technology Ltd., the world leader in biofeedback and neurofeedback biomedical devices is working to find better and more efficient ways of working in space.
The Montreal firm, upon the invitation of the Canadian Space Agency (with the support of the Office of the National Science Advisor) is a participant in a “Foresight Workshop” on prospective applications of convergent science and technologies addressing the needs and problems associated with Health and Safety in Isolated, Confined and Extreme Environments . This may include space, the arctic, underground or submarine environments. Thirty-five experts (scientists R&D and CEOs) and technology/products developers in the private sector will brainstorm on the potential mid to long term applications arising from the development and or convergence of their own spheres of expertise.
What helps give Canada's Dave Williams a steady hand in space?
- Montreal's micro-miniaturization technology enabling National Aeronautics & Space Administration MONTREAL, Aug. 20 /CNW Telbec/ - As Canadian astronaut Dave Williams wraps up his STS-118 shuttle mission repairing & constructing the International Space Station, years of training and technology developed in Montreal have helped him soar to great heights.
MyoTrac Infiniti – The Complete Physical Therapy Solution
- Thought Technology, a Canadian-based medical equipment manufacturer, is pleased to introduce its newest physical therapy systems. The MyoTrac Infiniti and MyoTrac Infiniti Clinical provide the therapist and their clients with accurate and clear feedback tailored to their needs. The affordable devices integrate both SEMG biofeedback and electrical stimulation.