EDMONTON, Alberta, June 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Lenica Research Group, a leader in the development of innovative evidence-based tools to improve brain function and improve athletic performance, wants to announce a new partnership with Health Gauge Edmonton and the pending commercial launch of Lenica’s Peak Cognition sports training platform.
“We are very excited about our new partnership with Health Gauge as we prepare for July 1stc commercial launch of our Peak Cognition training platform, which marks the culmination of years of product development and market testing involving our team members, dedicated attendees at our training centers and our partners in the University of Alberta ”, explains Simba Nyazika, founder and CEO of Lenica.
Health Gauge’s best portable health monitoring technology, Phoenix, leverages the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and Cloud Computing (CC) to instantly generate key biometric data for to users. By incorporating this data into the Peak Cognition platform, we will significantly improve its value for our athletes, coaches and sports organizations, ”he adds.
Randy Duguay, CEO of Health Gauge and its Toronto-based parent company, AI / ML Innovations Inc., says the partnership with Lenica reflects its shared focus on using advanced digital health tools to improve performance and give support for general health and well-being.
“We are committed to serving people on their health journey, whatever their personal goals. Combining Lenica’s enhanced virtual reality (VR) sports training platform with Health Gauge’s physiological health information capture technology, which generates detailed data on heart health, stress control, body temperature, skin and other key metrics, we can offer athletes, coaches and coaches have an incredibly accurate and complete picture of an athlete’s current state of health and how to improve it.
Dozens of athletes, coaches and trainers have used Lenica’s VR app since its launch in 2017. The Peak Cognition platform includes a dashboard and other features that allow sports teams and training centers to use the programs of Lenica training individually or in groups.
Over the past year, Lenica has rebuilt the Peak Cognition platform to monitor, evaluate, compare, and improve athletes ’cognitive performance with key metrics such as complex movement perception, situational awareness, processing speed, and memory. work more effectively. Although the pandemic delayed the commercial launch of the platform, which was initially scheduled for January 2021, Lenica completed an alpha test with approximately 20 athletes last summer and will conclude a beta test with about 35 users by the end of June.
“We are pleased to see the successful completion of Lenica’s beta test as the company prepares for its launch in the commercial market on July 1,” says Scott Phillips, deputy president of the U Department of Psychiatry, who has supported the development of Lenica in recent years. “We believe Lenica’s innovative technology shows great promise in both the sports and healthcare markets.”
“Beta testing allowed us to validate platform performance, identify bugs, and introduce additional improvements in product quality,” says Nyazika. “While the closure of the athletic training facilities delayed our commercial launch, it gave us more time to establish relationships with suppliers and we are now ready for the commercial game.”
BoboVR will supply VR shells for the mobile version of Lenica’s training platform and Pico Interactive will supply high-end VR shells for the standalone version used by sports training centers. “We are looking forward to announcing the first commercial users of the Peak Cognition platform in the very near future,” says Nyazika.
In the healthcare market, Lenica is also developing The Escape Room, a virtual reality-based cognitive training tool designed to improve cognition in patients recovering from a brain injury. The program, developed with health professionals to address key cognitive attributes affected by stroke or other forms of traumatic brain injury, has been successfully submitted to patients at an Edmonton Rehabilitation Hospital and will soon be marketed under the Peak brand. Cognition.
About the Lenica research group: https://www.lenica.ca/
Lenica Research Group is an Edmonton-based neurotechnology development company that focuses on the sports and healthcare market. Its collaborative team of researchers, health professionals and technology experts designs innovative tools to improve brain function, improve athletic performance and treat conditions such as dementia and stroke. Lenica’s corporate mission is to improve people’s quality of life and provide them with tools to monitor, evaluate, repair and improve brain health.
About Health Gauge: https://healthgauge.com/
Health Gauge’s pending patent solution is a personal health control and management system, which combines the latest portable health monitors with sophisticated artificial intelligence software tools and proprietary cloud computing software, to help caregivers, patients, and healthcare professionals to access and use relevant data. in better recovery outcomes and healthier lifestyle choices. Health Gauge is 70% owned by AI / ML Innovations Inc., whose shares are listed on the Canadian Stock Exchange under the symbol AIML.
|For media interviews, please contact:|
|Mr. Simba Nyazika||Mr. Randy Duguay|
|CEO and founder||CEO and founder, Health Gauge|
|Lenica Research Group||CEO, AI / ML Innovations Inc.|
|Email: [email protected]||Email: [email protected]|
|Cell: 780-937-7342||Mobile: 780-913-0460|
A photo accompanying this ad is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/913d6138-af94-4f8b-a2e5-82d19814c632