Diagnosis of neurological disorders

According to the WHO, hundreds of millions of people around the world suffer neurological diseases. Epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease and stroke are some of them. Although some of these diseases cannot be cured, many others can be controlled or their symptoms mitigated by early diagnosis and appropriate treatment.

Technology and medicine follow one another. Technological advances are changing the concept of health and health needs are influencing the development of technology.  Currently, there are numerous methods of detecting and treating these kind of diseases, but there are new challenges that must be faced in the future. This is why technological advances are providing new medical methods to diagnose a wide range of highly prevalent disorders at their very early stages. We are talking about artificial vision technology solutions.  

Combining this type of technology with robotics makes it possible to create intelligent machines that contribute to facilitate the diagnosis and monitoring of patients with an individualised prognostic evaluation of them. At Grupo Alava, with our knowledge and expertise in artificial vision, we can advise our clients so that they can offer better solutions to society. Doctors can significantly improve the quality of their assessments in the early stages of these types of neurological and mental disorders, thanks to the development of systems that allow them to obtain a diagnosis which combines the analysis of ocular and oculocephalic movements with data obtained from other sources, such as medical records or medical scans.