- Drone specialist Tekever, which works with security firms, police forces and the military, adapted existing Electroencephalography (EEG) technology so it could issue instructions to the software used to give the unmanned drone instructions.
- EEG works by detecting activity in specific parts of the brain. After several months of training, "pilots" are said to be able to teach their brain how to think about moving a small circle on a computer screen either up or down, which in turn steers the drone left or right.
- Longer term the firm said piloting of larger jets, such as cargo planes, could be controlled in this way without the need for a crew on board.
Brain-controlled drone shown off by Tekever in Lisbon
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