A Review Paper on Electrified Vehicles and BCI Technology Integration

Authors : Mubarak Rashid; Abhishake Jain

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 9 - September

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7114890

In our daily life, we generally witness disabled people travelling from one location to another on a variety of tricycles and triwheeled vehicles. Nevertheless, for those who suffer from ALS, cerebral palsy, or autism (all related to brain development, causing problems in locomotion, unable to move the muscles of body). For them, using or operating standard cars designed for disabled people is difficult, or perhaps better put, impossible. We'll use BCI (brain-computer interface) technology to make it simple for these people with disabilities to operate vehicles. By using solely their brain signals, BCI enables a person to communicate with a machine (EEG-Electroencephalogram). By utilising a brain-computer interface, we will improve how these disadvantaged people engage with these electric vehicles in this study. Through fictitious movement, this BCI technology can enable impaired people to operate electric automobiles.

Keywords : Brain-Computer Interface; Electric Cars; EEG.


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