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Presentation on brain driven car

  1. 1. Brain Driven Car Submitted By Sanjay Singh Kushwaha (SG-196162) AMIETE.(CSE)
  2. 2. Introduction  Brain driven car which would be of great help to the physically disabled people.  These cars will rely only on what the individual is thinking.  Any physical movement on the part of the individual is not required .  a great advance of technology which will make the disabled, abled.
  3. 3.  By BRAIN COMPUTER INTERFACE researchers are able to produce artificial intelligence.  Brain +computer = artificial intelligence Artificial Intelligence
  4. 4.  The bio control system integrates signals from various other systems It comprises of :-  Brain-computer interface  Automatic security system  Automatic navigation system Bio Control System
  5. 5. Brain computer interface  It sometimes called a direct neural interface or a brain- machine  It is a direct communication pathway between a human and an external device.  Two-way BCIs would allow brains and external devices to exchange information in both directions.
  6. 6.  The EEG of the driver is monitored continually.  When it drops less than 4 Hz then a message is given to the driver for confirmation and waits for sometime, to continue the drive. Automatic Security System
  7. 7.  It automatically monitors every route the car travels and stores it.  The map database is analyzed and the shortest route to the destination is chosen.  By xm satellite radio the computer drives the car automatically. Automatic navigation system
  8. 8.  EEG (electroencephalogram)  A wide screen of the computer is placed at an angle aesthetically suitable to the driver.  Each program can be controlled either directly by a mouse or by a shortcut. EEG Transmission
  9. 9. The principle is that the impulse of the human brain can be tracked and even decoded. When the driver attempts for a physical movement it sends an impulse to the motor neuron It decode the message at the motor neuron to obtain maximum accuracy
  10. 10. Neuro Headset It consists of 16 EEG sensors. EEG measures voltage fluctuations resulting from ionic current flows within the neurons of the brain. Resulted activity sends to the computer for interpretation. After interpretation the computer take action.
  11. 11. By observing the sensory neurons we can monitor the eye movement of the driver. The cursor on the screen moves w.r.t eye movement of the driver
  12. 12. The sensors, which are placed at the front and rear ends of the car, send a live feedback of the environment to the computer. The steering wheel is turned through a specific angle by electromechanical actuators.
  13. 13. Specialty of the car  Once the driver nears the car. The security system of the car is activated. • If the image of the driver is matched with the image previously fed into the database of the computer. Then the security system passes to the next phases  Robotic arms assist the driver to his seat, As soon as the driver is seated the EEG helmet is placed on the drivers head
  14. 14. A brain-computer interface is a direct communication pathway between a human or animal brain and an external device BCIs would allow brains and external devices to exchange information in both directions
  15. 15. CONCLUSION  When the above requirements are satisfied and if this car becomes cost effective  we shall witness a revolutionary change in the society  Thus the integration of bioelectronics with automotive systems is essential to develop efficient and futuristic vehicles.
  16. 16. References 1.EEG guidelines 2. Artificial intelligence Rajendra Akerkar 3. Brain Driver guidelines autonomos-labs Freie university Berlin 4.Neuro headset neuroheadset