Live Demos

The area of the show dedicated to providing visitors with the chance to test and use the latest innovative creations changing the face of the neurological world.

The Live Demo Area will host some of the most forward-thinking equipment and services - all created to enhance the coverage and care delivered within the neuro field. With brand new products being launched at this year’s event, each visitor to the area will be given a hands on introduction to each product being showcased.

Tuesday 26th

Wandercraft Live Demo at the Neuro Convention

11.00 - Wandercraft
Demo of the first autonomous walk exo

Wandercraft shows the first exoskeleton to deliver autonomous walk with natural posture and without crutches. The exo has recently been CE marked and commercialized for usage in neuro and rehab hospitals. An extensive clinical plan is being conducted to investigate its impact on treatments for stroke and paraparetic patients.

Rewellio GmbH Live Demo at the Neuro Convention

13.00 - Rewellio GmbH
Consumer Electronics & VR will disrupt Stroke Rehabilitation

The stroke rehabilitation landscape will change dramatically in the coming years. Learn how therapy software applications leveraging the power and affordability of Mixed Reality headsets will disrupt our industry. Rewellio will share with you the most innovative stroke therapy concepts and how you can prepare for what's coming.

Summit Medical Live Demo at the Neuro Convention

14.00 - Summit Medical and Scientific
Mobilising patients with the Hocoma Andago: free-moving robotic body weight support.

See how you can mobilise patients early with Ascot Rehab and the Hocoma Andago. The Andago removes the restraints of traditional gait rehabilitation for patients and therapists, bridging the gap between treadmill therapy and free walking. Patients are fully supported in an upright position, allowing therapists to concentrate on therapy goals.

Mobility Research UK Live Demo at the Neuro Convention

15.00 - Mobility Research UK
Braking Bad: Developing Eccentric Control in Clients with CNS Dysfunction

In individuals with neurological injuries, movement impairments impede the ability to generate eccentric contractions or to time muscle contractions correctly, yielding co-contraction and inefficiency. We will identify how these impairments impede postural control and gait ability and how to specifically address them using voicing as a mechanism to promote eccentric muscle contractions in intervention programs to minimize negative effects on gait and maximize walking performance.

Studio 9 Films Live Demo at the Neuro Convention

16.00 - Studio 9 Films
“My Amazing Brain: Richard’s war”

First broadcast on BBC2’s Horizon programme in February 2018 documenting what happens after a catastrophic stroke.

Wednesday 27th

Summit Medical Live Demo at the Neuro Convention

11.00 - Summit Medical and Scientific
Mobilising patients with the Hocoma Andago: free-moving robotic body weight support.

See how you can mobilise patients early with Ascot Rehab and the Hocoma Andago. The Andago removes the restraints of traditional gait rehabilitation for patients and therapists, bridging the gap between treadmill therapy and free walking. Patients are fully supported in an upright position, allowing therapists to concentrate on therapy goals.

Mobility Research UK Live Demo at the Neuro Convention

12.00 - Mobility Research UK
Braking Bad: Developing Eccentric Control in Clients with CNS Dysfunction

In individuals with neurological injuries, movement impairments impede the ability to generate eccentric contractions or to time muscle contractions correctly, yielding co-contraction and inefficiency. We will identify how these impairments impede postural control and gait ability and how to specifically address them using voicing as a mechanism to promote eccentric muscle contractions in intervention programs to minimize negative effects on gait and maximize walking performance.

Etac R82 UK Live Demo at the Neuro Convention

13.00 - Etac R82
Etac Prio - an active multi-functional wheelchair

Prio is an active multi-functional wheelchair for those no longer able to sit in a medium active wheelchair but who want to retain some independence. The user can still be active and propel despite needing postural support and recline and tilt functions.

Studio 9 Films Live Demo at the Neuro Convention

14.00 - Studio 9 Films
“My Amazing Brain: Richard’s war”

First broadcast on BBC2’s Horizon programme in February 2018 documenting what happens after a catastrophic stroke.