Thought Technology Ltd announces they have entered a co-marketing agreement with NeuroTracker, makers of the NeuroTracker cognitive training system.

The NeuroTracker is a patented system developed from research at the Faubert Lab (University of Montreal) led by Professor Jocelyn Faubert, a neuroscientist in the field of visual perception. It uses 3D multiple object tracking to train cognitive functions in a way that is representative of how the brain processes information in everyday life. Training with NeuroTracker enhances situational awareness, attention, executive function, and cognitive stamina, which helps people of all ages increase brain performance.

Thought Technology’s instrumentation can assess both central and peripheral nervous system functioning, by measuring EEG, hand temperature, skin conductance (GSR), sEMG, respiration, BVP, EKG, and HRV (heart rate variability). They provide a window into how these processes are functioning, in real-time. This information is used to help clients observe and learn to control their body’s reactions to stress, for performance enhancement and better health, the company notes in a media release.

“There is a great synergy between our line of psychophysiological assessment and training instruments and the NeuroTracker cognitive training system. We look forward to working with NeuroTracker to educate our customers on adding a cognitive training component to their practice and welcome the opportunity to demonstrate the benefits our systems can provide to NeuroTracker users.”

— Thought Technology Sales and Marketing Director, Helen Mavros

[Source(s): Thought Technology Ltd, PRWeb]

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