We design customized studies from the scientific method
We use scientific methodology that allows us to measure different variables with validity, precision and objectivity, in order to obtain conclusions and make a working roadmap proposal.
- The challenge
- The hypothesis
- The study goals
You set out the hypothesis and the study goals
- Competitors study
- The context
Control of strange variables
- Tools and applied technology
- Data analysis
Execute the research design
Preparation of a detailed study report and presentation of results
We transform the world into data
Golineuro IA is an artificial intelligence engine capable of turning the world into anonymous data.
It connects to cameras and automatically, in real-time and without storing images, its algorithms transform the images into alphanumeric data, with no possibility of identifying individuals. It counts and classifies people by gender and age, measures where they look (eye-tracking), recognizes emotions through nonverbal language, identifies the language they speak, recognizes behaviors, measures changes in body temperature, and measures environmental and quality parameters of the surroundings.
We measure human behavior
Our double technology and neuroscientific vocation inspire us to continuously develop new IA tools that allow us to make behaviourals and emotional studies in a simple and non-invasive way
We measure stomach movements in gastronomic studies thanks to this fabric band on the belly over the clothes and register the gastric motility.
A disposable, slim and completely wireless patch that measures muscle tension. Is the first high precision wireless electromyography.
It is apparently a needle or digital watch used to monitor heart rate (BVP) and the galvanic skin resistance (GSR).
A flexible, wireless and rubber bracelet/wristlet that measures the galvanic skin resistance (GSR). This measurement is related to emotional activation.
2048 NIRS sensors of our own design turn a cap into a high-resolution, completely wireless brain activity measurement device.We have developed the smallest NIRS sensors on the market.
Two rubber rings without any type of cable form the first haptograph on the market. This small and comfortable device is used to measure the consumer’s reaction to the textures they touch.
Our cameras don’t record or store images but connect with our IA motor to transform them into real time data. They are small and completely wireless and autonomous devices.