Soterix Medical developed HD-tES as the first transcranial system capable of targeting the brain with weak electrical stimulation. HD-tES broke conventional thinking that only high-power magnetic or implanted electrodes could achieve focality. Soterix Medical has continued to innovate HD-tES by introducing Neurotargeting software for individualized programing, the first neuronavigation system for tES, and research-grade integration with EEG.
A programmable multi-channel stimulator is only effective when combined with tools to optimize neuromodulation. All HD systems are compatible with Soterix Medical Neurotargeting software that allows you to develop customized interventions. From 5 to 82 independently controlled stimulation channels, Soterix Medical provides scalable solutions that meet your need and provide expansive flexibility.
Exclusively from Soterix Medical
From the trusted leader in non-invasive neuromodulation, Soterix Medical HD-tES has been validated in rigorous clinical trials. When stimulation tolerability and reproducibility cannot be compromised researcher and clinicians choose Soterix Medical stimulation systems. All products come with expert Soterix Medical technical Soterix Medical support, documentation, and training.
Caution! Investigational Device. Federal (or the United States) law limits the device to investigational use
Researchers at the City University of New York invented the hardware and software for the only non-invasive low-intensity targeted electrical stimulation platform: High-Definition tES (HD-tES). HD-tES hardware and software systems are exclusively produced by Soterix Medical.
Used in hundreds of published trials, Soterix Medical technology is the most capable and trusted non-invasive neuromodulation technology. For example, researchers at NYU School of Medicine measured intra-cranial voltages in humans, validating current flow models by using Soterix Medical Neurotargeting software. Soterix Medical hardware has been evaluated across hundreds of thousands of sessions making it the only choice when reproducibility and tolerability cannot be compromised.
Reported in Nature Neuroscience “Working memory revived in older adults by synchronizing rhythmic brain circuits.” Investigators leverage exclusive Soterix Medical HD-tES hardware guided by Neurotargeting software. Only Soterix Medical technology allows non-invasive targeting with precise waveform control. New York Times reports “To Improve Memory, Tune It Like an Orchestra”.