P08027: Wireless Assistive Control System


Table of Contents

Project Overview

Device Overview

This website describes the plan for the design and implementation of a wireless bio-signal controlled device. The purpose of this project is to use bio-signal technology to command a remote controlled device through wireless technology. This will be used to move an RC car for KGCOE events to promote different aspects of the electrical engineering department, specifically the biomedical program. This will also be a proof of concept for the ability of using fine control bio-signals for the use of assistive devices at a distance.

Administrative Information

Project Name
Wireless Assistive Control System
Project Number
Start Term
End Term
Faculty Guide
Dr. Edward Brown
Faculty Consultants
Dr. Daniel Phillips, Dr. Matthew Marshall
Primary Customer
Dr. Vincent J. Amuso

System Level Design


The user in the above videos had not had prior experience controlling the vehicle prior to filming.

Detail Design

Design for Manufacturing and Assembly

Testing and Refinement

Source Code

Product Development Costs

Purchases and Current Orders

Published Documents

As you conclude the project, include links to all of your finished and fully polished documents here. The previous sections of the web site contain the entire design history of your project. This section contains the finished products. Add more links as needed.

Concept Design Review Documents (SD I) - Handout for Design Review

Detailed Design Review Documents - Office 2007(SD I) - (Office 2003 version)

Managerial Design Review Presentation (SD I)

Technical Conference Publication (SD II)

Poster Publication (Office 2007)

Comprehensive Paper about P08027

Managerial Design Review Presentation (SD II)

Product Brochure (Office 2007 version)

Photo Gallery


Project Readiness Package

Preliminary proposal files

Mission Statement

Staffing Requirements

Identify Customer Needs

Customer Constraints

MSD1 Work Breakdown Structure

MSD2 Work Breakdown Structure

Meeting Minutes (Senior Design 2)