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The man was able to control the UAV solely by the power of thought - VIDEO PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 01 March 2015 09:00

In Lisbon, there was a presentation of the project Brainflight: a man could carry off and landing, as well as control the movements of the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) by pure thought.

At the head of the operator to put Electroencephalographic helmet that measures the activity of the brain. People imagined the desired motion of the UAV and special programs are emerging brain signals into understandable unit team. In fact, the electricity flowing to the brain pilot, served as input data for the drone. For training method takes a bit of time, and for the health of it is completely safe, according to the developers of the project.

The system was successfully tested in flight simulators four civilian aircraft Diamond DA42, and developers hope to soon use it in real flight. "Our approach enables you to control the aircraft with the same ease as people walk and run. As a result, the load on the professional pilots fall, and many people with disabilities will be able to master this profession, "- said in a press release the company Tekever, one of the project participants.

Brainflight system is a revised version of the model created in 2013 at the University of Minnesota. Scientists were able to transform the electrical activity of the brain commands transmitted quadrocopter, model helicopter with four screws. To control helicopter requires prior learning: learning to direct the first operator in the right direction cursor on the screen with one degree of freedom (left / right), and then moves on to two-dimensional problems, and then develops a computer model of the helicopter and only at the last stage starts with this quadrocopter.


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