Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) Technology is Evolving to Make a Difference

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BCI technology is showing promise in restoring independence.

*Phil (one of the first recipients of Synchron’s investigational device) and his wife.

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BCI technology is showing promise in restoring independence.

*Phil (one of the first recipients of Synchron’s investigational device) and his wife.

View Phil's Story

New advancements are designed to allow people with motor impairment to use their thoughts to control digital devices and complete tasks of daily living.


From answering texts and emails to accessing banking and other online services, BCI represents an exciting frontier for persons with disability and their families.

Join our community-centered registry to learn how Synchron’s BCI is designed and developed, and how it may provide benefit to people with limited mobility.

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Think. Connect.

The technology is designed to decipher (or read out) brain signals that come from motor intent and allow individuals the ability to control digital devices.

CAUTION—Investigational device. Limited by Federal (or United States) law to investigational use.

Synchron invites everyone who shares our commitment and passion — including people with motor impairment, caregivers, healthcare providers, advocacy organizations and allies — to strengthen and grow our community dedicated to this important medical mission.

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