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One pager-projectipsilon - 4 q 2020


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updated in October, 2020; executive summary of Project Ipsilon

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One pager-projectipsilon - 4 q 2020

  1. 1. Technology Marconistraat 16, 11e verdieping 3029 AK Rotterdam, The Netherlands +31 0 (970) 1021-0060 +1 (212) 920-1360 • Cognitive monitoring by measuring spatial-motor skills of users, which is increasingly studied by researchers to assess early dementia. • Effectively incorporates music activity to quantify user responses, capable of activating several sensory-related brain regions simultaneously. • Response time-based cognitive test, analysis with proprietary algorithms. • Compiles novel cognitive “vital” score to offer quick overview of user’s cognitive functionality. Our Vision We integrate music and technology to improve treatment and diagnosis of several neuropsychological pathologies. Testimonials Ipsilon Test uses simplified music notes as spatial- motor instructions and piano grid to collect time- stamped finger tapping responses. "As a scientist interested in music training and cognitive rehabilitation, I believe that the internet game-like music training program developed by Project Ipsilon has the potential to transform rehabilitation practices by making music training easily accessible to healthy older adults as well as diverse clinical populations." Claude Alain, PhD, Senior Scientist, Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest & Professor of Psychology, University of Toronto “Patients with MS have multiple early cognitive deficits, and a tool such as the Ipsilon, may efficiently screen their cognitive function. Based on the Parkinson’s data, the Ipsilon instrument may screen and improve the cognitive function of patients with MS. This tool is a feasible cognitive test and can be easily applied in clinical practice.” Aliza Bitton Ben-Zacharia PhD, DNP, ANP-BC, FAAN, Assistant Professor, Hunter Bellevue School of Nursing Fast test – our test completes in just about 5 minutes, a lot faster than other cognitive tests. It’s like a taking brain “vitals.” Novel – use of proprietary algorithms to draw quantitative cognitive function score. Fun, stigma-free and cost effective – gamified solution with music playing, eliminates self- consciousness and help introduce digitized approach to elderly. Clinical partnerships – we are pleased to partner with several world-leading clinical institutions for our R&D. Remotely operable – it fits in onsite clinical workflow as fast cognitive assessment and also remotely operable at home. Helps mitigate risks from Covid-19 pandemic. How it works PARTNERS We strive for cognitive wellness one musical note at a time Ipsilon Test Ipsilon Test presents the outcome of tests in 2 ways. • To Users: simple, comprehensive charts for response time and accuracy records in “Results” page. Trackable by test date. • To Clinicians: summary of data analyzed by Ipsilon’s proprietary algorithms and novel cognitive–motor scores are sent directly to the clinicians. • HIPAA, GDPR and PIPEDA compliant. Data presentation AWARDS AND GRANTS Ipsilon Test is ideal for brain function monitoring with at risk patients for dementia while Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis patients can benefit with their medication’s effects monitoring and movement capability management. Project Ipsilon B.V. © 2020 All rights reserved.