Senso Medical Labs
Senso Medical was founded by Maroun Farah in 2014 to leverage on his experience as a Research & Development Manager and Chief Technology Officer. He served for 13 years with a leading neuroscience-based medical device development company to create products that bring neuroscience technologies to the market in the most cost-effective and timely way possible.
He has extensive experience in developing products in the fields of neuroscience technologies and functional neurosurgeries. Additionally, he has deep multidisciplinary expertise in the fields of biomedical engineering, electrodes design, electronics, mechanics, neuroscience technology, electrochemistry and a background in software systems architecture.
He has successfully led FDA and CE approval processes for multiple products.
BioPot platform: development of EEG, EMG and Bioimpedance patch and tattoo wearables
Key to advancements in noninvasive bioelectric sensing are printable electrodes disposed on ultra-thin patch or tattoo-like substrates for the sensing of EEG, EMG and bio-impedance signals. The BioPot is a lightweight, OEM, BLE 5.0-enabled platform that allows the sensing and acquisition of multichannel EEG, EMG and bio-impedance signals. SensoMedical’s BioPot is available with an SDK and qualified HW module for the rapid development of wearable neuroproducts, enabling long-term patient monitoring.
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