Brain-driven computer assistance system for people with limited mobility

The brain-driven computer assistance system for people with limited mobility focuses on the design, development, testing and deployment of noninvasive brain-computer interface system based on electroencephalography (EEG) methods. It s aim is to provide communication and control pathways to individuals with severe motor disabilities.

Programme:
INTERREG V-A (CZ-BY) Cross-border Cooperation Program Czech Republic - Free State of Bavaria

Specific goal: Improvement of the involvement of SMEs in research and innovation

Time period: 10/2016 - 9/2019

Person responsible: 
Roman Mouček

Collaborators: Petr Brůha, Petr Ježek, Irena Holečková, Pavel Mautner, Mirka Minářová, Martina Navrátilová, Helena Ptáčková, Tomáš Prokop, and Lukáš Vařeka

Total budget: € 896.792,40 (€ 256.718,00 in the Czech Republic)

Funding in the Czech Republic:
European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) (85%)
Ministry of Regional Development, Czech Republic (5%)

Reference/collaboration:
The project is solved in collaboration with Strategische Partnerschaft Sensorik e.V. and Sensorik-Bayern GmbH. 

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