BCI Teaching-Lab

Brain computer solution for teaching and research labs


  • Paradigms for spelling, robot, and cursor control
  • Seamless integration of real-time experiments and off-line analysis
  • Out-of-the-box solution to quickly run experiments with EEG and ECoG
  • Installation, training, and expert talks
  • MATLAB and Simulink rapid prototyping environment reduces development time
  • Prepare students and lab members for neural engineering


The BCI Teaching-Lab is designed for universities to run biomedical engineering, computer science, signal processing, or brain-computer interface lectures. Students can quickly run ready-to-go experiments with P300, SSVEP, or motor imagery.

The BCI Teaching-Lab includes a g.USBamp with 16 channels and an amplifier that transmits data over USB to the computer. With high-speed online processing under Simulink®, you can read biosignal data directly into Simulink and use Simulink blocks to visualize and store data. The parameter extraction and classification can be performed with standard Simulink blocks, the g.RTanalyze library, or self-written S-functions.

The system is MATLAB-based and includes all hardware and software components needed for data acquisition, real-time and off-line data analysis, data classification, and immersive neurofeedback. The MATLAB® and Simulink rapid prototyping environment reduces development time while encouraging students and professors to use MATLAB.

g.tec medical engineering GmbH

Sierningstrasse 14
Schiedlberg, Upper Austria A-4521
Tel: +43-7251-22240
Fax: +43-7251-22240-39

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  • Linux
  • Windows


  • Consulting
  • E-mail
  • On-site assistance
  • System integration
  • Training

Product Type

  • Data Acquisition Systems
  • Lab Experiments


  • Communications Systems
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Embedded Systems
  • Test and Measurement
  • Assistive Technology


  • Biotech and Pharmaceutical
  • Communication Infrastructure
  • Computer Electronics
  • Medical Devices
  • Neuroscience