Freer Logic, Inc. is a Delaware corporation based in North Carolina in the United States.
Freer Logic is primarily a B2B provider of neurotechnology for monitoring and training. Its founder, Peter Freer, MSEd, is a neurotechnology pioneer and innovator. Inspired by NASA’s use of neurotech to train astronauts, Freer integrated cognitive skill training and behavior shaping to produce the first neurocognitive training system for ADHD children and adults dubbed Play Attention (patented). Established in 1994 after years of research and development, Play Attention is now the most widely used educational neuroscience program for ADHD students. Play Attention has three independent, randomized, controlled studies performed by Tufts University School of Medicine. All have outstanding results and have been published in three peer-reviewed journals.
His contributions to the field of neuroscience and its practical application in the field of education and human performance have garnered Freer 9 patents with others pending. He has lectured on behalf of NASA at the National Space Society in Washington, DC. He has also lectured at the United Nations in Vienna, Austria. He is co-author of a white paper on human performance with the International Atomic Energy Agency of the United Nations.
Freer’s two recent advancements to the neurotech field include patented body based brain monitoring eliminating the need to place headsets on the head to read brain activity. He recently introduced non-contact neural signal (Thought Reader™)
technology placed in automobile headrests to monitor driver distraction and drowsiness. It is patented and has patents pending.
Peter Freer has appeared on Good Morning America, NBC News, TIME magazine, Popular Science, Delta Sky magazine, Washington Post, Boston Globe, Investors Business Daily, Associated Press, Woman’s World, and other media.