916R Ghost Under-Wheel Accelerator is a driving aid for people who have limited mobility of the lower extremities that makes driving difficult. It is an electronic accelerator ring that is positioned directly underneath your steering wheel. The accelerator ring is designed to be almost invisible. Keep both hands on the wheel while accelerating by pushing down and rotating the ring to either side. Exclusive Guidosimplex 50% switch feature allows the user to "turn down" the sensitivity of the use
The ACE-AUT Secondary Control Center is a computer-controlled driving system that operates all secondary accessory driving functions. The control center is programmed to operate 48 driving accessory functions. It is operated by a small, six-button console. Visual displays by the original equipment manufacturer are unobstructed by this compact configuration. The dash-mounted display visually cues each function. Standard euqipment includes manual override switching and self-cancelling turn signals
The Adapted Mercedes 190E is a voice activated, microcomputer based driving control system adapted for the Mercedes Benz 190E automobile. Steering, brakes and accelerator are foot controlled. Other functions are voice controlled; provides up to 50 commands. Voice activated functions include operation of the hand brake, headlights, automatic gear shift, turn indicators, radio, and windshield wipers.
The AEVIT L Series Gas and Brake Control is a driving control system designed for use by individuals with lower extremity disabilities. This stand-alone accelerator and brake control system utilizes a lever input device with an adjustable maximum required input force ranging from 2.4 to 5.0 pounds. The input device can be positioned for either left hand or right hand operation, and the Gas/Brake input direction is user-selectable.
The AEVIT W-Series Steering System is a small steering wheel designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. It utilizes a miniature wheel input device. The total number of rotations from full left steer to full right steer is 6-3/4 turns, which is approximately twice the rotations of the OEM steering wheel. The force input required to turn the wheel is 0.2 pounds as measured at a position of 3 3/8 inches from center. DIMENSIONS: Wheel input device is 6 inches in diameter.
The AEVIT XJ-Series Steering System is a sensitized steering control system designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This stand-alone steering control device utilizes a single axis joystick input device. The joystick is constrained to move only in the X-axis, that is, from side to side. The mechanism requires a maximum input force of only 0.2 pounds, and is internally spring-loaded to return to the center, or null, position. This input device can be positioned for eithe
The AEVIT YJ Series Gas and Brake Control is a driving control system designed for use by individuals with lower extremity disabilities. This stand-alone accelerator and brake control utilizes a single axis joystick input device that requires a maximum input force of 0.2 pounds. The joystick input device is constrained to move only in the Y-axis and is internally spring-loaded to return to the center, or null, position. The input device can be positioned for either left hand or right hand operat
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: To activate the brakes of a White 4-210, 4 wheel drive tractor, for operators with upper and lower extremity impairments. Recommends that a driver's education instruction brake pedal assembly be mounted sideways to the frame of the cab. The operator uses his right hand and shoulder muscles to push the pedal which pulls on a cable connected to the brake pedal on the floor. A flexible sheath carries the cable down to the floor of the cab below the tracto
The Customized Hand Controls are a driving control system designed for use by people with lower extremity or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury to use only their hands to operate automobiles, trucks, self-propelled lawn and garden equipment (including riding lawn mowers), and farm vehicles (including tractors). Each set of controls is individually developed for a user. The controls can be applied to the clutch, brakes, throttle and any other function of the vehicle. They can be int
The Digipad-II Econo Series Touchpad is a driving control system designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. It can be configured for almost any make or model of vehicle. The touchpad can be used to access 15 commonly used vehicle functions: ignition; start; intermittent, low and high wipers; wiper wash; park lights; headlights; low, medium, and high front fan speeds; cruise on; cruise set; park brake; and one additional auxiliary function. Access to these 15 functions is
The Digital Shifter is a computer-controlled driving system designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. The system allows a person having limited hand/arm strength and range of motion to shift an automatic transmission. The Digital Shifter is microprocessor-controlled and interfaces with most vehicles by dip switch selection. The system comes with the ACE Digital Shifter, the ACE Digital Shifter Actuator and Customer Interface switches. In positive shifting with one press
The Digitone Audible Switching Device is a driving control system designed for use by individuals with physical disabilities. This device enables the driver to activate up to eight vehicle functions using one switch. Functions that can be activated include turn signals, horn, dimmer, wiper speeds, wiper wash, cruise on, and cruise set. When the switch connected to this device is depressed, the device begins emitting a series of eight different tones of a musical octave, each of which is assigned
Digivoice is a driving control system designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This system allows voice operation of up to 16 vehicle controls such as shifter functions, turn signals, horn, headlight dimmer, and wipers. The driver touches a single telco-style ACT switch (not included) to activate the system. When the switch is depressed, the system says "READY" and the driver speaks the name of the desired function into the supplied microphone. The function is then acti
Driving control system positions secondary (ignition) controls and auxiliary (wiper, etc.) controls from dash board of vehicle at driver's right. Toggle switches for auxiliary controls, and key switch to turn for ignition. Flip switch for wipers. Operates with minimum of effort. Typical control box approximates size of standard hard back book.
Electronic Over-Ring Accelerator is a driving aid for individuals who have limited mobility in the lower extremities. It is an electronic accelerator ring that is mounted on top of the steering wheel. It works by pushing on the ring to accelerate. Acceleration is automatically cut whenever hard braking happens. The original functionality of the airbag is retained. It has a 50% switch that makes the accelerator less sensitive for use with parking or driving in traffic.
The FDS Transportable Hand Control is an automobile hand control designed for use by individuals with lower extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. Made of aluminium and stainless steel, the device enables the driver to accelerate and brake manually, and has a swivel knob for single hand steering. The control is foldable and is stored in a pouch. It can be installed in almost any vehicle by clamping the connecting rods to the corresponding pedals, strapping the clamps for safety, adjusting
The Mini-Touch Vehicle Control Pad is a hand-operated driving control system designed for use by individuals with lower extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This steering wheel mounted control pad enables hand control of vehicle functions such as wipers, turn signals, horn, and high/low beams. The standard unit has 6 functions. Original controls remain fully functional. The control is transferable to most makes and models of vehicle, and can be configured for foot-control use. OPTIONS:
-- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype of a device that allows drivers with disabilities steer, accelerate, change gears and brake with one hand. Users with reduced hand strength can easily use this device since it is completely electronically controlled—no mechanics are involved. To simulate the natural haptic feedback provided by a mechanical steering wheel, motors have been added to the device to simulate those sensations. The ease in which the device is operated can also be ad
The Power Headrest is a powered headrest and driving control system designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities, severe physical disabilities, or spinal cord injury. This headrest features motorized activation to swing it into position for driving and to the storage position for unencumbered exit and entry into driving position. Its driving control function enables drivers with disabilities that limit hand/finger usage while driving to access turn signals, horn, dimmer, wip
The Scott Driving System is a one-hand driving control system designed to enable quadriplegics, paraplegics, persons with limited or no use of one or more limbs, and persons with other disabilities to perform all driving tasks without assistance, including entering and leaving the vehicle. DRIVING CONTROL SYSTEM: A single lever system combines all actual driving functions. Forward movement of the control column actuates the accelerator. Backward movement applies the brakes. Rotation of the mini-
Smart Shift is a driving control system designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This stand-alone electronic gear selector includes a touchpad control and actuator that offer touch-button access to park, reverse, neutral, and drive. A Drive 2 option can be configured for low gear in most applications. Each raised tactile button on the touchpad features center illumination and a universal icon; the buttons are widely spaced to prevent inadvertent function activation. Thi