Brain-to-Vehicle (B2V) system

Nissan Intelligent Mobility branding, it aims to harness the driver’s brain wave activity and mate it to onboard autonomous systems in order to improve the car’s reactions in real-life driving scenarios. It’s the result of almost seven years of research, conducted with assistance from École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland. The B2V technology is used for two main tasks from its real-time decoding of motor cortex activity. First, It can predict a driver’s next action and leverage driver assist technology to begin any action more quickly. Secondly B2V can change driving style depending upon the human controller’s discomfort or fatigue levels – moving to a greater level of autonomous behaviour when needed. The Brain-to-Vehicle technology requires the driver to wear a brain wave measuring device to determine his/her thought process. If the driver detects a scenario that requires the car to brake, accelerate or turn the steering wheel, the system can send the brain signals to the car. At the CES 2018 next week Nissan will have a booth allowing users to test drive its B2V tech in a driving simulator. Related/ More: Nissan unveils Brain-to-Vehicle, or B2V, research Nissan reveals Brain-to-Vehicle technology ahead of CES 2018 Nissan Brain-to-Vehicle technology to read brain signals oilandgasOil and Gas News Undiluted !!! “The squeaky wheel gets the oil” Follow us: @OilAndGasPress on Twitter | OilAndGasPress on Facebook Disclaimer Most News articles reported on OilAndGasPress are a reflection of what is published in the media. OilAndGasPress is not in a position to verify the accuracy of daily news articles OilAndGasPress welcomes all viewpoints. Should you wish to provide a different perspective on the above article, please email us ]]>