Neurovirtual’s participation in the Sleep Congress 2023, held in Indianapolis from June 3rd to 7th, was marked by a notable presence of renowned doctors, including Dr. Thomas Penzel from Charité University in Berlin, Germany. During the event, Neurovirtual showcased a variety of innovative equipment such as the BWMini PSG home polysomnograph, BWIII PSG Plus, BWIII PSG, BWMini HST, and HST Compass.
One of Neurovirtual’s key differentiators, and one they are proud of, is the manufacturing of their products in the United States, with headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This location enables the company to provide 24/7 technical support to all of their customers. Additionally, Neurovirtual offers free software updates, exclusive software customizations, and unlimited report templates.
Neurovirtual takes pride in their business model, which keeps sleep laboratories ahead of the curve. By delivering advanced technology and innovative solutions, they ensure that healthcare professionals have access to the necessary tools for effective sleep disorder diagnosis. Neurovirtual’s presence at the Sleep Congress 2023 further solidified their reputation as a leader in the industry and demonstrated their ongoing commitment to providing the best support and technology to their customers.