Neurable CEO Presents at CES Digital Health Summit 2022
Dr. Ramses Alcaide Participates in Health Panel
LAS VEGAS, Nev.—Neurable CEO and founder Dr. Ramses Alcaide will participate in a health technology panel at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas, January 6, 2022. The panel, entitled “Gaming Health”, is part of the Digital Health Summit at CES.
“Brain health technology has never been more important than it is right now. Having Neurable’s Dr. Ramses Alcaide with us gives an inside look at Neurable’s remarkable innovations as part of our Digital Health panel,” said Jill Gilbert. Gilbert is President & Founder of Hello You Collective and is the moderator of the Digital Health Summit.
Neurable is a leader in neurotechnology and is currently developing headphones with brain-computer interface technology. The headphones will measure brain waves through non-invasive electroencephalogram (EEG) sensors woven into the fabric of the headphone earcups.
Using a proprietary smart phone application, users will be able to monitor their individual focus, performance and a host of other information through the EEG connection. Additionally, Neurable’s headphones, named Enten, will have industry-leading audio and noise-canceling performance.
The company recently released its first annual report, available on the company’s website at www.neurable.com in the blog section.
“We are so excited for 2022 and the opportunities it brings,” said Alcaide. “2021 moved Enten farther into development and a successful Indiegogo pre-order campaign helped us move forward our EEG technology.”
CES, with more than 2,100 exhibiting companies and hundreds of thought leaders from around the world, is ready to show you how tech has never been more important in our lives. It features 195 of the Fortune Global 500 and leading U.S. and global media companies, and attendees from 159 countries covering the consumer technology sector.
Neurable is a diverse team of science, product, engineering, and design professionals, on a mission to make technology more accessible, intuitive and empowering using neurotechnology. Neurable’s devices sense brain signals and translate them into simple, actionable insights that consumers can use every day. Neurable is on the web at www.neurable.com.
Ira M. Gostin