Introducing Control Bionics Champion, Max Bailey !

Introducing Max Bailey-Jensen! Max’s unwavering determination and use of assistive technologies have allowed him to defy his disability and strive towards Olympic participation. His remarkable journey serves as an inspiration, showcasing the power of resilience and encouraging individuals worldwide to embrace their dreams. Max’s story is a testament to the indomitable human spirit and he […]

Myth V Fact Series #1

NeuroNode itself

There are always myths that surround products in the technology world. Especially technology like the Neuro Node often finds itself surrounded by myths and misconceptions. In this blog series we will go through some of the myths we have heard about the Neuro Node and display facts of our products. Myth 1: The Neuro Node […]

International Impact:  A Message of Hope

Kiichi and Hiroko Otsuka, Tokyo, Japan Kiichi Otsuka, an ALS patient from Japan, lost his ability to speak due to a tracheotomy. However, his life took a positive turn when he discovered NeuroNode—an innovative communication device that has transformed his ability to connect with others. Kiichi’s Communication Challenges: Kiichi Otsuka, an ALS patient from Japan, […]

New Recorded Course: Eye Gaze 101

The Eye Gaze 101 course, hosted by Kristin Whitfield is now available online for you to view at anytime! Designed to discuss the basics of eye gaze technology with clinicians, teachers, and family members.  Despite being an important means of access for many individuals with significant physical disabilities, some individuals are unsure of how to […]

Grid Three Update: QWERTY Format Added to Scanning Interface

We’re thrilled to announce that the popular scanning interfaces for kids, young adults, and adults have received an update that will make communication even easier and more efficient. The “16 Location High Contrast Scanning Kids and Young Adults”, “16 Location Auditory Scanning Kids and Young Adults”, and “16 Location Auditory Scanning Adults” interfaces now feature […]

The worldwide launch of DROVE World First Autonomous Wheelchair Module Launch

The launch of DROVE, the world’s first autonomous driving wheelchair module created by Control Bionics, was an exciting event that garnered a lot of press and attention. The keynote speaker, Jeremy Steele, the CEO of Control Bionics, introduced Drove to the world and explained how it was created to give users the ability to independently traverse a home environment.