Neurogress develops the AI-driven software for neurocontrol of electronics and machinery, and, as part of its initial developments, integrates it into prostheses and robots that are controlled by human thoughts. The scope of neurocontrolled devices is infinite, because all the developments are a priori designed to maintain and improve human capabilities.

    Neurogress (Geneva, Switzerland) develops software for neurocontrolling electronics and machinery.

    What is neurocontrol? This is a technologically facilitated process which allows a person to directly manipulate a device using brain waves. Until recently, the ability to control objects using the power of thought was limited to the shape of our body. This is no longer true. A neurocontrol device gives humans the ability to control the world directly using thought. Our thoughts may soon directly translate to action.

    The potential uses for neurocontrolled devices are vast. Building on this software platform, Neurogress already integrates its software and mechatronic control into thought controlled prostheses and robots. However, Neurogress ultimately aims to develop an entire ecosystem of neurocontrolled devices based on its software platform.

    These emerging devices will be informed by aspirations and design requirements drawn from diverse fields of human endeavor. Software and hardware developers are the starting point, but the
    perspectives of designers, artists, technology enthusiasts and philanthropists will all play a part in enriching Neurogress’ vision.
    The end goal for Neurogress is not just to encourage developers to bring innovative new neurocontrolled devices to the market, but also to revolutionize how people interact with technology. Through gradually eliminating reliance on cumbersome physical interfaces, Neurogress aims to transform how people bring their creative and intellectual pursuits to fruition.