Our sponsor

BEE Medic

Powerful, easy to use systems for sustainable therapeutic success

"BEE Systems Inc. dba BEE Medic, Inc (US) is a wholly owned subsidiary of BEE Group AG. Our headquarters is in Beaverton, OR and we have been established in the US since 2012. We sell cutting edge technologies to licensed mental health care providers all over the American continent. Headquartered in Switzerland, BEE Group manages subsidiaries in Switzerland (EMEA), Germany (EU), the USA, Great Britain (UK), with emerging markets in the Pacific, all under the name of BEE Medic. BEE Group AG is a truly international company that operates worldwide. Each subsidiary oversees it own operations and has a local team of people that is familiar with customs and regulations of the location. The BEE Group of companies focuses on the development, manufacture and marketing of neurofeedback systems with product groups for the ambulatory and clinical sector as well as systems for EEG/ERP diagnostics. Our products aim to improve the self-regulating ability of the brain. We are specialists in EEG-based neurotechnology and signal processing. A passionate team of interdisciplinary experts consisting of engineers, neurobiologists, software developers and therapists work together to develop our high-quality systems. This collaboration allows us to make improvements to our systems on the basis of user-oriented research and current technological standards. Our customer’s needs and the well-being of their patients are our highest priority. Our product design and our hardware and software development aim to maximize efficiency and usability. The BEE group of companies offers innovative solutions for neurofeedback and EEG-/ERP-diagnostics with maximum precision and user-friendliness."

Our products and services

  • Customized equipment packages for effective, innovative neurofeedback training
  • High-precision systems for neurodiagnostics, EEG/ERP research and EEG biomarker development
  • Fully integrated systems for EEG/ERP-based diagnostics, EEG biomarker development and the entire range of neurofeedback approaches