MARKHAM, ON, July 11, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- This morning Ensil Canada announced the exciting news that its scientific team of researchers and engineers have made a major breakthrough in the development of a revolutionary medical product that has the potential to help patients who suffer from mobility issues.
Ensil Canada has completed successful test results that show a proprietary communication device can be used to communicate with the brain and bypass the spine. This breakthrough meets the targets set by Ensil to have a prototype of a device by the end of 2013 for more comprehensive testing.
"We are very proud and confident that we have developed a product at our Ontario, Canada facilities that could help tens of thousands of people who suffer from mobility issues," said Farsad Kiani, CEO of Ensil Canada. "This is a phenomenal first step. It is our hope that we can bring this product to market, so that people can continue enjoying their day to day activities such as jogging, swimming and walking."
Today's announcement is one of the many areas of research by Ensil Canada to improve the lives of people across the world. Over the past three decades, Ensil Canada has made many positive breakthroughs and worked in the community to improve people's health and wellbeing. Recent work has included major advancements in the quality of the life of those whose their life has been effected by Stroke, Multiple Scoliosis, Spinal Cord injury or paralysis.
Ensil Canada focuses on enhancing mission critical technologies in the areas of Aerospace, Defence and Medical Diagnostic Equipment. Ensil's research and development divisions' mission is to develop new technologies or improve existing technologies through its own in-house research activities and resources.
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) focuses on enhancing mission critical technologies in the areas of aerospace, defence, telecommunication and medical diagnostic equipment.
Ensil's R&D divisions' mission is to develop new technologies or improve existing technologies through in-house research activities.
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