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    Recording of unrestrained bio-signals and development
    of bio-interface for restoration of nervous system functions

    Group 3 is in charge of BT technology and aims to develop a bio-interface
    for the recording of unrestrained bio-signals, restoration of functions
    in the nervous system, and monitoring of electrocardiogram (ECG). To this end,
    the group has developed unconstrained, 24-hour real-time monitoring technology
    based on wireless power transfer to check patient conditions primarily using vital signs
    without limiting his/her activities, technology to supply signals and power to completely
    implantable supplements in the central nerves in a stable manner, and an implantable
    ECG monitoring system by using wireless power transfer.

    Development of an unconstrained patient monitoring system by using wireless power
    transfer

    unconstrained bio-signal monitoring based on wireless power transfer

    Creation of sensor patches made of body-friendly materials in the form of skin

    Development of implantable nerve access interface for nerve recordings and stimulation

    Polymer-based high-density, flexible nerve electrodes

    Development of a sub-miniature implantable ECG monitoring system through the application
    of wireless energy transfer technology

    Developing the ICM system’s core modules (signal-processing circuits, external case)

    Proposing designs for batteries, antenna electrodes, etc. from Groups 1 and 2

    Development of bio-interface for recording of unconstrained bio-signals, restoration of
    nervous system functions, and ECG monitoring

    Manufacturing of medical prototypes for wireless power transfer and clinical testing of
    new materials convergence, as well as conducting animal experiments

    • Recording of unconstrained
      bio-signals

      Real-time monitoring technology
      during sleep

      Intelligent patient condition analysis
      technology

      Sensor patches in the form of skin

      Accurate extraction and analysis of
      clinical data

    • Restoration of nervous
      system functions

      Signal analysis of and stimulation
      techniques for central nerves

      New stereotactic surgery method

      Recording and stimulation of spinal
      nerves

    • System integration

      Integrating signal processing, wireless
      communications and charging systems, and manufacturing prototypes

      Integrating ECG communicators and
      wireless power transmitter system