ANT Neuro

Who we are

ANT Neuro is a Dutch corporation specialized in the development, marketing and sales of medical and research applications. ANT Neuro was established in 1997, as a spin-off company of the University of Twente, Enschede. It now has offices located in Hengelo, The Netherlands; Berlin, Germany; London, UK; Philadelphia, USA; Hong Kong, China; and Melbourne, Australia.

ANT Neuro specializes in being a single-source provider of high performance products within neuroscience research and neurodiagnostics. Applications include EEG, EMG, TMS and MEG technology.

Using ANT Neuro products, functional brain information is fused with anatomical scans to gain insight into the working mechanisms of cognition and a variety of brain disorders. Our technology offers a wide range of applications in cognitive neuroscience, neurology and psychiatry.

We are committed to serving our customers the best-possible solutions available through our dedication to advancing the capabilities of neurotechnology, through steadfast relationships with our user community, and through helping further the collective understanding of the human brain, with the ultimate hope of improving human life.

Leading in know-how and technology, we offer solutions and high quality, state-of-the-art products and reliable services for expert customers worldwide. We team-up with them to explore new ways, new dimensions and to tackle challenges. We think out-of-the-box and act always one step ahead. We are ANT Neuro: We inspire!

Our values

Mission of ANT Neuro

ANT Neuro is devoted to providing cutting-edge solutions for neuroscience and neurodiagnostics, and particularly aiming at systems and products which inspire scientists and clinicians to undertake new actions and gain better insight into the human brain.


By nurturing healthy relationships with our employees, customers, distributors and suppliers and by proactively addressing the market of brain research and diagnostics we aspire to develop long term collaborations which will result in knowledge exchange, application advancements and new breakthroughs in the cognitive neuroscience field.