The company has developed smart headphones, called Halo Sport, that work with a companion app to improve fitness performance through brain stimulation.
The money, provided by Brainlab, will be used to support further development and clinical trials of the company's flagship product called BrainPulse.
The technology enables surgeons to enter the virtual brain, examine the brain tumor or aneurysm, and plan the surgical strategy and operative steps.
The new capital will help Peak growing its team of neuroscientists and engineers, and concentrating on improving its product and user experience.
The application is indicated for use as part of any clinical assessment where concerns for changes in cognitive or psychological status are present.
The company makes a device that uses neurosignaling algorithms to shift and optimize people's state of mind in areas related to energy, calm and focus.
The two companies will evaluate the integration of MC10's Biostamp platform with UCB's pharmaceutical products to make a positive difference in patients' lives.
The device can passively monitor brain activity throughout the day and provide this intelligence to a physician to assist.