There are numerous competitors in the field, however there are fundamental differences:
1. NeuroSync, a California company, uses a Virtual Reality Display and has IP for limited eye measurements. They use a video camera with a slow frame rate, which cannot measure the rapid eye movements needed. The minimal cost of this product is near $33,000. They have an established FDA predicate. They have limited platform use to virtual reality. They have had recent gains with a new product, PRO-SYNC, which provides various training environments, in Virtual Reality, to improve and optimize key cognitive domains of brain performance.
2. Oculogica, a New York company, uses a head frame in an office/hospital setting and has IP for only one eye measurement. They have an FDA predicate for eye measurement for concussion/TBI detection without a baseline test. They have no IP related to measures of head motion and the cost of their product is near $50,000.
3. Neurolign, a Canadian Company that acquired Neuro Kinetics, has a number of related patents for assessment of inner ear function for different applications used in clinic and hospital settings. None of the products for eye measurements are completely portable but are attached to computers with an umbilical. The recent device is designed to improve mental sharpness, focus and reaction time which costs near $290. Neurolign DX 100 is clinic-based VR testing with an umbilical and is not completely portable. Neurolign DX Falcon is designed for positional testing. Neurolign VOG is a rotary chair system. They have no health claims and none of their technology utilizes head tracking.
4. AdHawk, a Canadian company, has developed glasses for eye tracking without a video camera. They do not measure head tracking, have no measures using head movement and their IP has no health claims.
Savidj has more broad and robust IP for a completely portable device with applications using numerous platforms including eyeglasses, goggles, face guards, face shields, augmented reality, virtual reality, as well as mixed reality systems. Our technology has more eye movement measures and is specifically designed to detect abnormalities of all eye movements (e.g., vestibular ocular reflex, vestibular ocular reflex cancellation, smooth pursuit, saccades, pupillometry, eyeblinks, nystagmus, vergence) because each of the different neurologic disorders, biochemical and physiologic impairments can have a unique and different effect on each of the eye movements.
Savidj technology is also more portable for more applications than our competitors. Our technology utilizes machine learning and offers a unique ability to detect neurologic disorders earlier over time. It can also provide immediate and specific visual rehabilitation if an abnormality is detected. Because of the multiple platforms used, it can determine the healthcare status of individuals and meet disparity populations in many different environments.