Neuroserver is a project started by Rudi Cilibrasi to provide a standard EEG server that mediates between the raw EEG devices and all the various EEG applications that the user may wish to run to analyse the incoming EEG data. Data is transmitted using TCP/IP, which means that the EEG data can just as easily pass over a network (or even the internet) as stay on the same machine. Standard EDF is used for header information and for file storage. The server is designed to run on Windows and Linux.

Currently (Jul-2004), the server runs and handles data from the modularEEG device (P2/P3 firmware), and there is application support for it in BioEra, BrainBay and EEGMIR. More work is required in stress-testing and bug-fixing and adding more features. For some documentation and download of the neuroserver package see these pages —, and for the latest source see the OpenEEG CVS — Discussions are on the software-dev list.