NeuroMap System

The first technology to reveal the signals that drive human movement

Neuromuscular networks convey signals between the brain & muscles to enable human movement. These signals are rich with information but challenging to monitor, and have remained hidden from view until now.

The NeuroMap System is the first technology to reveal the signals that drive human movement, using Galileo dEMG sensors to wirelessly monitor neural firings along with muscle activity & kinematics during natural movement.

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Features & Benefits
NeuroMap Package
Real-World Evidence
Open-source Hardware & API
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Galileo (dEMG) Sensor

A hybrid reusable 4-ch mini-grid technology that combines sEMG measurement and neural firing extraction with kinematic capabilities.

Hybrid Technology

Allows simultaneous assessment of EMG, Neural Firings and Kinematic overlay.

Small Footprint

Galileo can collect integrated data (EMG + Neural firings + Kinematic) on the fly from both smaller and larger muscles.

NeuroMap Software

A user-friendly interface for data visualization and analysis with ready-to-use analytics routines for publication ready figures. Exporting features allow further data analysis through 3rd party software.

NeuroMap Package

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NeuroMap System Package

NeuroMap System is able to stream data digitally into EMGworks, NeuroMap Software, NeuroMap Apps, or via API for integration with motion capture and other 3rd party data acquisition and analysis systems (Visual 3D, Matlab, Labview, …). Full triggering features further expand the possibility for integration with 3rd party measurement technologies. The following sensor packages are available:

1 – Sensor Package

Potential Research Areas Example:
Clinical Use Comparison | Myopathic Disease

2 – Sensor Package

Potential Research Areas Example:
Athletics | Rehabilitation

2–4 Sensor Package

Potential Research Areas Example:
Patterns of Dynamic MU Activity

4–8 Sensor Package

Potential Research Areas Example:
Gait | Sports

8–Sensor Package


Potential Research Areas Example:
MU Based Simulation of Muscle Fatigue

Galileo Open-Source Hardware + API

Collection of Neural Firing Data Made Easy

Delsys API
NeuroMap System Process

Application Examples

Clinical Use Case Comparison

Clinical Use Case Comparison

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Biomarker of Muscle Function

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Athletic Performance

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Motor Disorders

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Development, Motor Learning and Rehabilitation

Patterns of Dynamic MU Activity

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Neuromuscular Coordination Dynamics in Gait

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Neuromuscular Coordination Dynamics in Sports

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MU-based simulation of muscle fatigue

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Motor unit control during lower-limb squats exercise

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Motor unit activation during plyometric jumps

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  • Contractions that are ballistic in nature may result in decreased motor unit yield and accuracy. Consider investigating neural response pre-post ballistic tasks.
  • High signal quality is important to ensure motor unit yield and accuracy. Proper skin preparation, firm application of the sensor on the skin, avoiding contact with clothing or other objects that may introduce static interference, and maintaining good signal to noise ratio is recommended.
  • Presence of concurrent muscle/nerve stimulation should be avoided.

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Galileo Apps Supported Languages (to be released soon)
French, German, Japanese, Mandarin and Spanish

2–year hardware warranty

Remote Training
With an experienced Delsys engineer

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Interested in learning more about the Delsys NeuroMap System? Contact us at and (508) 545-8200