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Control of a Vehicular Automata through brain waves. A case study
Science and technology are constantly changing; this has boosted a better quality of life, brain signals are among the most significant advances in this area allowing us to develop a human-computer interaction since these signals can be used for several applications. This research propose the management and control of a vehicular actuator through brain signals that are obtained with a non-invasive device placed in the cerebral cortex called Emotiv EPOC, this commercial electroencephalogram (EEG) allows us to interpret the signals via a Brain Computer Interface (BCI). The results granted to control the actuator, and, within the future it can be integrated to new applications such as wheelchairs for people with physical disabilities, giving them greater autonomy.