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 Extending a smart wheelchair navigation by stress sensors
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title: Extending a smart wheelchair navigation by stress sensors
authors: Urbano, Maria Margarida
Fonseca, José
Nunes, Urbano
Zeilinger, Heimo
keywords: Assisted powered wheelchair
People with severe impairments
Navigation decision
Stress detection system
Stage
issue date: 24-Oct-2011
abstract: This paper discusses the adaptation of a novel bionic approach of AI to an Assisted Powered Wheelchair (APW) controller, in order to facilitate its driving by people with severe impairments. The control unit offers three modes of operation and this proposal refers to the second control that assists the wheelchair user in driving tasks like passing a door or avoiding obstacles. The user’s psychic condition is considered in the APW navigation decision and it is determined by a stress detection system composed by electrocardiogram and skin conductance sensors. The control unit has to deal with environmental and stress data and must trigger actuating commands. The prototype implementation will be done within the platform STAGE and afterwards it will be embedded in a real powered wheelchair.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10773/6922
ISSN: 1946-0740
publisher version/DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ETFA.2011.6059222
source: ETFA 2011: IEEE 16th Conference on Emerging Tecnologies & Factory Automation
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PT bicicleta e mobilidade suave - Comunicações

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