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AAT Research is the winner of the Malta Innovation Award for Technology 2012

Monday, 18 February 2013 14:24

We are delighted to announce that AAT Research have been awarded the Malta Innovation Award of 2012 for Technological Innovation.

The Malta Innovation Awards are organised by the Ministry of Finance, the Economy and Investment together with the Ministry for Fair Competition, Small Business and Consumers, as well as the World Intellectual Property Organization. The Awards recognize excellence in the efforts of individuals and companies to develop innovative ideas, concepts or operational processes with the  potential to be both unique and sustainable.  In the case of the Technological Innovation award, the focus is on the creation of new or improved tools that can solve problems and enhance the outcome of a particular process from the use of such equipment or implements.

AAT Research submitted a report on the MENTe and Brain Music System technology and its development as an aid for people with autism. The technology is based on scientifically-proven principles which were elaborated and adapted for a completely novel use.  It offers a standardized therapeutic treatment based on Sonified Neurofeedback to individuals suffering from a wide range of mental and neurological conditions including Autism Spectrum Disorder.  In layman’s terms, our system works to convert brainwaves into musical sound to alter and attain a pleasant frequency of brain activity.

System features include:

  • Real-time capabilities, offering direct and continuous feedback to the user.
  • Deployment both inside and outside a traditional clinical setting.
  • Portability.  The size of the equipment is significantly reduced through our use of a 2-channel EEG system instead of standard 10 to 20 electrode systems.
  • Easy and quick to set up.  An individual can set up the system independently.
  • Standard drivers that help developers to integrate the device to any system that can accept Bluetooth data.
  • Easy to integrate in video games by making it compatible with gaming consoles and mobile phones.
  • Value for money.

Adrian Attard Trevisan, CEO of AAT Research said:  ”We are particularly pleased that the Innovation Award recognizes that our MENTe and Brain Music System technology is easily accessible, manageable, and affordable.  We launched our pioneering product after years of research.  It’s extremely gratifying to receive recognition for our efforts, and to receive daily positive feedback from people using our system”.

The official ceremony of the Malta Innovation Awards was held on 15 February 2013.

Useful Links:

MENTe & Brain Music System (Video)

Efficacy of Neurofeedback for Children in the Autistic Spectrum A Pilot Study

Long-term effects of neurofeedback treatment in autism

Positive Outcome with Neurofeedback Treatment in a Case of Mild Autism

Rehabilitation in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) a mixture of neurofeedback training and Auditory Integration Training (AIT)

The Relative Efficacy of Connectivity Guided and Symptom Based EEG Biofeedback for Autistic Disorders

BMS-based on real-time sonified brain signals

Brain-Music-System-Affordable brain musical interface

Brain-Music-System-Assisted-Living-Final


Low end device that converts Eeg-to-Music

 

BOV install AED's (Automated External Defibrillators) at head office and busiest branches

Friday, 08 February 2013 12:13

Did you know that AED's increase the chances of survival after a heart attack by a stunning 50%?

What about installing one at your organisation or business premises?

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BOV makes heart safety a reality

Source:  Times of Malta Date: Thursday, January 24, 2013

Bank of Valletta has become the first bank to purchase a number of portable defibrillators to protect the lives of both its employees and customers.

The Bank has equipped its Head Office and a couple of branches with the latest Automated External Defibrillators (AED) which are built specifically for lay people to use.  Fewer than 5% of people survive a heart attack with Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) alone but these odds are improved tenfold to 50% with the prompt use of an AED and effective CPR.

Various staff members attended in-house comprehensive First Aid courses on how to deliver lifesaving first aid such as mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and chest compressions, as well as on the use of the AEDs.

"It's shockingly simple to restart a heart with an Automated External Defibrillator,” said Alexander Paul Miruzzi, Group Security Officer. “Access to a defibrillator can dramatically increase the odds of survival," he added.

 

Technoline supplying Malta’s general hospital, Mater Dei, with 11 ambulances

Wednesday, 30 January 2013 12:14

The following is an article from Timesofmalta.com about the first part of the consignment.




Four new ambulances arrive

Source:  Times of Malta Date: Friday, December 21, 2012

Four of 11 new ambulances have arrived in Malta and will start operating in the beginning of January.

Another four ambulances are to arrive in February and the remaining three will be in Malta by January 2014, Health Minister Joseph Cassar said.

Standing in front of the four new yellow and green Fiat ambulances, Dr Cassar said that they were built to cater for intensive care level. This meant that intensive care treatment could be given to a patient on the way to hospital.

He said the ambulances arrived after a €2.5 million tender was awarded. The 11 new ambulances will be joining the existing seven ambulances that are between five and nine years old.

Jonathan Joslin, a consultant at the Emergency Department, said that until December 18 this year there had been 25,398 ambulance calls and the department predicted that this year’s calls will exceed last year’s by some 1,500.

Ambulances had been called for 929 traffic accidents, 2,700 cardiac complications, 3,300 respiratory complications and over 700 strokes.

 

It's a yes brainer

Monday, 15 October 2012 08:04

Source: Times of Malta

 

An action on reactions

Monday, 15 October 2012 07:30

Source: Times of Malta

 
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