Suva Technology Helps Reveal Fatigue in Emergency Room Health Workers

Suva’s mobile EEG software is at the leading edge of research on fatigue in a wide variety of settings. One recent example is a study conducted by members of the University of Victoria’s Theoretical and Applied Neuroscience Lab, which used our technology to investigate levels of cognitive fatigue among emergency room doctors and nurses at […]

Suva on the Road: National Safety Council Conference in Seattle!

This past week, Suva attended the National Safety Council‘s outstanding Workplace Fatigue Conference in Seattle (20-21 February). Represented by our CEO Nolan Beise, Suva took part in the workgroup breakout sessions on Fatigue Risk Management Systems and Fatigue and Technology. The National Safety Council (founded 1913) is a non-profit organization that boasts a membership of […]

Suva is in the Canadian Business Journal!

Here at Suva, we’re really happy to be featured in this month’s issue of the Canadian Business Journal! If you’re looking for a great overview of where we’ve been and where we are headed, we definitely recommend checking it out! Here’s a direct link to the article!

MUSE: Expanding the Frontiers of Human Neuroscience

One of Suva‘s most valued partners is Interaxon, the makers of the Muse Headband. At this year’s CES, Interaxon’s Chief Scientist Graeme Moffat and Co-Founder/CTO Chris Aimone gave a terrific talk about how the Muse is making a huge contribution to help push forward the frontiers of what we know about the human brain. We […]

Making (Brain)Waves at the CES

Suva got the year off to a great start by sending our Chief Science Officer, Dr. Olav Krigolson, to represent us at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas from January 8th to January 10th. Not only did we officially unveil Aspire, our amazing new cognitive performance app for iOS, but Olav had a great […]

Aspire: Power, Health, Energy

We’re really looking forward to getting our new app Aspire out there into the world. The world has never had an application that can directly and accurately assess how well a human brain is working at any given time. It can be difficult for people to understand how completely new technologies can benefit them, so […]

EEG and Athletic Performance

Here at Suva, we’re not just a technology company. We’re also seriously involved in neuroscience research, and we always will be. We’re proud of Suva’s Anthony Pluta, who recently published his article “Chasing the zone: Reduced beta power predicts baseball batting performance” in Neuroscience Letters. Anthony used our mobile EEG research technology to focus on […]

Suva in Space! (Sort of)

Here at Suva we’re doing our part to make humanity’s future in space into a reality. The way we’re doing that is by contributing our technology to preparatory research that is being done for NASA’s planned manned mission to Mars – one of the most exciting steps forward for our species that we can imagine! […]

Excited About PEER!

Suva’s very first technology is an application designed for neuroscience researchers. PEER (it stands for Portable EEG ERP Researcher) is such an important step forward for neuroscientists because it makes it possible for researchers to work outside of a laboratory or hospital setting and measure what is going on with people’s brainwaves in absolutely any […]

Olav Makes an Appearance on the Rick Mercer Report!

In a recent episode of the Rick Mercer report, the lovable host took his CBC TV show to the University of Victoria so that he could talk to some of its most interesting professors. And that, of course, included Suva’s very own Dr. Olav Krigolson! Check out the episode below via YouTube. If you’re in […]