WELCOME TO THE BESA HOMEPAGE!
This site presents the products of BESA GmbH, the leading innovators in digital EEG and MEG software for research and clinical applications.
Our main goal is to provide new advanced technologies for the analysis and visualization of human brain activity using expert knowledge in:
- Clinical Neurophysiology
We develop and distribute innovative software for research and clinical applications in the fields of:
- Electroencephalography (EEG)
- Magnetoencephalography (MEG)
- Evoked Potentials (EP) and Fields (EF)
- Event-Related Potentials (ERP) and Fields (ERF)
- Combined Neuroimaging (EEG, MEG, MRI, fMRI)
Founded by Dr. Michael Scherg in 1995 (under the former name MEGIS Software GmbH), BESA combines expert know-how in the different fields of neuroscience with latest computational techniques. Results are the famous BESA Research, EEGFocus and the new BESA Epilepsy software, whose capabilities are appreciated by users in clinical facilities and research institutes all over the world.
BESA GmbH has been certified to develop software according to the following international standards: DIN EN ISO 9001:2008, DIN EN ISO 13485:2007, and MDD 93/42/EEC.
Software:> BESA Epilepsy 1.0 February 2013 has been released!
> BESA Research 6.0 November 2012 is now released!
> BESA MRI 2.0 November 2012 is now released!
> BESA Statistics 1.0 July 2012 has been released!
New Methods:> The influence of interior cerebrospinal fluid compartments on EEG source analysis
Quick Guides:> New Quick Guide for the interpretation of 3D maps
> New Quick Guide on imaging of epileptic spikes
> New Quick Guide on combining EEG/MEG with MRI data
Workshops:> June 14/15, 2013 in Seattle (USA)
Tutorials:> New BESA Research tutorials are available
> BESA lecture on source analysis of interictal spikes in EEG and MEG
3D EEG/MEG Imaging
BESA features several 3D imaging tools. Multiple Source Beamformer (MSBF) image of a visual evoked brain response.
Source coherence occurs in the gamma range between the left motor cortex and the cerebellum around button press.