The link between the human user and an assistive device is essential to provide an intuitive control of the device in order for the device to understand the user intention efficiently. Unfortunately, current control interfaces are too simplistic and do not allow for efficient control. Our team thus works on the development of new control interfaces allowing to be more efficient when controlling assistive devices. These technologies are based on speech control, inertial measurement units and EMG sensors.
Robotic arm control with EMG and Inertial measurement units (2017)
in collaboration with Ulysse Côté-Allard (Ph.D.), Cheikh Fall (Ph.D.) and Pr. Benoit Gosselin.
Robotic arm control with Inertial measurement units (2017)
in collaboration with Cheikh Fall (Ph.D.) and Pr. Benoit Gosselin.