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A spin-off of the renconre owning an exclusive license of the software for commercial applications, Mensia Technologies markets this technology through its own line of Agence rencontre rennes as well as services to other vendors or neurotherapists. The company rencontree the scientists are now starting a joint effort to make the software medically certifiable, thus easing the future certification of OpenViBE-based applications created by third parties.
A software meant to enable real-time processing of brain signals, it is also used to develop custom applications for a rrncontre of rennss, mostly in the booming field of electroencephalographic EEG brain monitoring. What was once mainly a Avence prototype has gained so much maturity and traction that, not long from now, it might well underpin a host of medical solutions.
But for that to happen, a pre-requesite has to be met: OpenViBE must first become medically certifiable. Indeed, as a research prototype, it does not yet match all the requirements of medical standards regarding, for instance, stability, engineering processes or documentation. Bringing the software to such quality level, therefore, calls for an additional effort for which Inria and Mensia have decided to join forces within CertiViBE Innovation Lab.
There are only a few such common laboratories at the moment, but their number is expected to grow as Inria wants to make it a vector for technology transfer. As a Quality Assurance specialist, the first one will define the functional requirements, while the second will be in charge of developing the software and the quality tests accordingly. Indeed, whenever a vendor will decide to release a new solution based on OpenViBE, the certification of such solution will prove more straightforward since they will be able to rely upon a ready-to-certify software.
So we have a very direct and keen interest in this common project. But more generally speaking, it will also make technology transfer to other vendors much easier. By the same token, it will facilitate the switch from the open source version to the commercial one. Imagine a neurologist who would have been using OpenViBE for several years in the context of their research. The minute they will decide to market a product out of their findings, they will be able to buy a licence and switch seamlessly to the commercial version.
There will be no time-consuming code rewriting involved as both versions will share the same ready-to-certify foundation. That's the door CertiViBE is meant to open. But the project will also prolong the compatibility between the two ecosystems. Otherwise, with the company bent on making the software certifiable and Inria obviously more focused on research-oriented developments, OpenViBE would ineluctably end up forking.
Working hand in hand on the certification will enable us to remain close together, to maintain a common version and to keep working on the same tool. As a matter of fact, in phase two of this project, we plan to jointly conduct some new research. So we plan to test this process, garner experience and build-up know-how. For, there are several other Inria prototypes that may give rise to medical products.