In this new paper we investigated the role of EEG in predicting continuous steering actions during a simulated driving task.
Low-frequency cortical dynamics are involved in the planning of steering actions and EEG is sensitive to that neural activity.
Neural activity could reliably decode steering actions and predict future actions for anticipations up to 1.8 seconds.
Potential applications span from the anticipation of hazardous action to monitoring cognition while driving.
Congratulations to Giovanni Di Liberto – Michele Barsotti – Luca Ascari – Giovanni Vecchiato – Maria Del Vecchio – Pietro Avanzini – Jonas Ambeck-Madsen
The project was carried out in Open Innovation partnership with #Toyota Motor Europe and in close cooperation with IN-CNR and #TrinityCollege Dublin.
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