– Naeem Komeilipoor, Founder and CTO, and Barclay Knapp, CEO of AAVAA
AAVAA created a proprietary brain-computer interface technology that enables devices to understand and react to user needs, with subtle eye and facial movements. The technology has five patents filed over 20 countries and was developed by a team of neuroscientists and entrepreneurs that are transforming brain and bio signals to access a new era of human device control. Their diverse range of products spans from assistive devices to consumer applications, each designed with a commitment to ease of use, functionality, and affordability.
With the new grant, AAVAA aims to accelerate their research and development efforts, ensuring that their products remain at the forefront of accessibility innovation.
The Accessible Technology Program, administered by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada, provides vital support to organizations like AAVAA that are dedicated to developing technology solutions that eliminate barriers and enable equal participation for individuals with disabilities. This funding demonstrates the government’s commitment to promoting a more inclusive society and fostering opportunities for all Canadians.
For more information about AAVAA and their accessible technology solutions, please visit their website at www.aavaa.com.