We’ve wanted to give you a more detailed follow-up from the last updated posted.
The latest prototype we have received features a sensory strip that has electrodes on small string, which ensures contact with skin even during movement during the night. We want to make this part of the strip, however, more durable. We are also looking into the possibility of making the electronics compartment made of out silicon to make it even softer, and we will gauge the possibility of that in the next two weeks.
Two days ago we had an all-day meeting with the company that is going to help us with certification. We are happy to report that no changes to the electronics have to be made, which will make the process of obtaining certification shorter.
All the non-electronic materials that we test are already certified as well.
We have also almost completed preparing the necessary documentation for the Android version of the NeuroOn ecosystem. According to the software house we are conducting talks with, the entire process for creating an Android version of the NeuroOn application should not exceed 3-4 weeks. As for the application, we are extremely proud of our design team.
Have a peak at how the jet lag application looks like. We are going to submit it to the Apple Store in the first two weeks of January, so stay tuned!
The Intelclinic Team