smarting

Meet the first truly mobile EEG device.

Scientists can set all up in just a few minutes and walk it out of their labs.

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listening to
brainwaves

We develop fully mobile devices for measuring
brain activity out of the lab, in real life.

We believe that bringing smart wearables into people’s everyday will significantly
improve the quality of life, and we see it as a future of personal health. Human brain is
an incessant source of information valuable for overall health and wellbeing.

As the pioneers in mobile brain recordings, we are working passionately on applying our experience from scientific laboratories into consumer’s everyday. By listening to
our brains and understanding our minds, we aim to improve the performance and help everyone be their better selves.

The Team

Ivan Gligorijevic CEO

Ivan Gligorijević

CEO
PhD in Biomedical
signal processing

Dragoš Petrovic Finance Logistic

Dragoš Petrović

Finance & logistic
MBA in Finance

Bogdan Mijovic Product development

Bogdan Mijović

Product development
PhD in Neurosience

Events & Conferences



  Oct
  6-7
THE BRAIN AT WORK AND IN EVERYDAY LIFE

1st international Neuroergonomics Conference
Axa Headquarters – Paris, France

Nov
12-16
NEUROSCIENCE 2016

SfN's 46th annual meeting
San Diego Convention Center – San Diego, USA

PARTNERS

Oxford partner

UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

Develops advanced setups for sleep research, relying on the high precision and mobility of SMARTING.

kragujevac partner

UNIVERSITY OF KRAGUJEVAC

SMARTING is used for neuroergonomics research and ERP studies in the industrial environment.

Oldenburg partner

UNIVERSITY OF OLDENBURG

SMARTING is successfully applied in studies on cognitive psychology in sport, neurorehabilitation and auditory attention in everyday environment.

bmit partner

BMIT

Use SMARTING to measure EMG to estimate the optimal positions for effective FES.

Luven partner

KU LEUVEN

SMARTING is used for measuring mental load in sport research. Recording ERPs in applied environment.