Recognition of drivers' hard and soft braking intentions based on hybrid brain-computer interfaces

A technical paper by scientists at the Beijing Institute of Technology introduced simultaneous and sequential hybrid brain-computer interfaces (hBCIs) that incorporate EEG and EMG signals for classifying drivers’ hard braking, soft braking, and normal driving intentions to better assist driving.

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