Development of a Driving Simulator with Joystick steering for persons with reduced mobility: a technology transfer project in Spain

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CONGRESO Development of a Driving Simulator with Joystick steering for persons with reduced mobility: a technology transfer project in Spain

Abstract

This paper presents the process of a Technology Transfer project. The Project aim is to develop a driving simulator which meets the appropriate interface configuration to be controled by a person with reduced mobility. The process of innovation in the field of disability and assistive technologies have not been taken into account sufficiently. However, interactions between partners in a technology project presents how the process works, and these data are needed in order to achieve a broader understanding of innovation issues. Two business have been working with a university under the direction of a not-for-profit organization. therefore, the current case study illustrates the collaboration between partners, sharing knowledge in a technology transfer project, and showing the insights of the process of innovation.