A Medical Technology Company bringing affordable EEG scans and interpretations to everyone

A low-cost, Bluetooth enabled electrode cap

An app for data collection and upload to cloud

A Quality Control (QC) algorithm to ensure clean data collection by non-experts

In High Income Countries:

Epilepsy is diagnosed with an electroencephalogram (EEG) machine, which are common. A neurologist interprets the results and makes a diagnosis. A seizure medication is prescribed, and most patients live seizure free.

(Low and Middle-Income countries):

EEG machines are expensive to buy ($15k min), difficult to operate, and are rare. Neurologists are rare (some nations just 1 per 5 million + people). Medicine is cheap and accessible, while Diagnosis is lacking

The world’s most common brain disease (WHO)
80% of people with epilepsy live in low and middle-income countries (LMICs)
Affects >50M people globally
>75% (30M) of these people do not receive treatment

An affordable, Bluetooth enabled electrode cap

An app for data collection and upload to cloud

A Quality Control (QC) algorithm to enable clean data collection by non-expert workers

Telemedicine via app/cloud enables remote diagnosis by neurologist

A diagnostic support algorithm that reduces neurologist time to diagnose from 45 to 10 minutes

1- Low Cost of Acquisition = Point of care diagnostic
  • Increases availability of EEG diagnostics
  • Reduces cost of diagnosis, brings hardware to point of care
2- Reduces need for trained staff
  • No EEG technician required for EEG data collection
  • Reduces staff costs through automation
3- Delivers access to experts and uses AI as a force-multiplier
  • Transfers and interprets data to remote neurologists, removing need for travel
  • Can diagnose more patients with the same amount of work

Private Clinics/Hospitals

  • Provide majority of care in LMICs
  • Mid- to Low end facilities do not have EEG
  • Can increase revenue from added diagnostic
  • Specialist revenue-sharing with hospitals

BC’s Solution / USP

  • Low cost of acquisition
  • Immediate revenues from scans
  • Portable and can be transported to remote locations
  • Scans can be downloaded in reader formats

KENYA / East Africa

  • High Epilepsy Burden / Strong Middle Class
  • Established regulations for startup/med-tech
  • Test market for expansion to E/W Africa

INDIA / South Asia

  • High Epilepsy Burden / Strong Middle Class
  • Excellent market potential
  • Government policies driving tech adoption

Tue Lehn-Schiøler

CEO, Founder

Tue Lehn-Schiøler, PhD in AI has experience both as entrepreneur, project manager and Chief Data Scientist in the largest Danish bank.

Radu Gatej


Radu Gatej, MSc has a strong background in software development and team management.

Paul Loomis


Paul Loomis, MBA, Former Managing Director of an Emerging Market focused business intelligence firm “The Business Year.”

Louise Klok

Usability Expert

MSc. Led large scale projects at major Danish companies including Coloplast, Novo Nordisk, and Danish Defence

Jacob Jacobsen

Member of the Board

Jacob Klinge Jacobsen, MBA, Former CEO of Eurofins Pharma, Clinical diagnostics and global business development.

Lars Kai Hansen

AI Liaison

Professor, Head of the Section for Cognitive Systems at DTU Compute and a leading figure in the global AI and machine learning community.

Farrah J. Mateen

Global Medicine Expert

Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School.

Per Bækgaard

Hardware and Usability Guru

Associate professor at DTU Compute Former Director at Nokia, Chipset, Sourcing and Procurement.

Michael Holbech

Member of the Board

Michael Holbech, MSc, MBA, Has a background in both engineering and funding strategy.

    Diagnosing Epilepsy Leads to Healthy Lives
    • Neurological disorders are the leading cause of years lost to disability
    • Rates of epilepsy are substantially higher in LMICs due to parasites, injuries, and other issues
    • Epilepsy often affects children <10 years old
    • Without treatment their lives are disrupted by seizures


    DTU Smartphone Brain Scanner (SBS) project under Lars Kai Hansen investigates brain imaging with EEG and AI techniques


    Harvard Medical School researcher Farrah Mateen contacts DTU for SBS technology to apply to emerging market Epilepsy cases


    Farrah Mateen tests basic technology to diagnose Epilepsy in Bhutan


    Farrah Mateen tests new prototype to diagnose Epilepsy in Guinea


    BrainCapture is founded in Denmark


    Eurostars Award


    Prototype tests at Filadelfia Epilepsy Hospital


    BrainCapture awarded the European Innovation Council (EIC) Accelerator

    Contact Us

    Contact us via


    Futurebox, DTU,
    Elektrovej 331,
    DK-2800 Kongens Lyngby

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