US Navy funds Brain Machine Interface research

Zedelef is delighted to announce the successful award of a grant by the Office of Naval Research of the USA to support the project “Multi-Optrode Array for Neural Interfacing”, led by Dr L. Silvestri, at The University of New South Wales. The project aims at developing a Brain Machine Interface based on liquid crystal optical[…]

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Brain Machine Interface

The paper “A biopotential optrode array: operation principles and simulations” by A. Al Abed,  H. Srinivas, J. Firth, F. Ladouceur, N.H. Lovell and L. Silvestri, illustrating the concept of using Zedelef’s optical technology to monitor  brain activity, has just been published on Nature Publishing Group’s journal “Scientific Reports”. The work presents evidence that optrode arrays based on[…]


Langfang International Economic and Trade Fair

For their innovative sensor development work, François Ladouceur and Yingge (Lucy) Chen were invited to the 2018 Langfang International Economic and Trade Fair held on 18-21 May in Langfang in the province of Hebei. There they promoted Zedelef and UNSW, showcasing a novel industrial monitoring technology. They exhibited Zedelef’s fully redundant, intrinsically safe oxygen and temperature sensing[…]


Zedelef fly to France

In the last week of June, Francois, Jos and Leonardo flew to Carros (France) to present Zedelef’s optical telemetry system to Schneider Electric. Shane Ayerst from Schneider Electric Australia introduced the technology to his French colleagues, while Zedelef’s team showed the demo. Big thanks to our friends at Ampcontrol, who provided their H3RO optical network. Zedelef + H3RO[…]