Stealth Products, Inc.
Stealth’s new i-Drive 4.0 boasts significant
new abilities over previous models, so simply
calling it a head array shortchanges its
functionality. The new i-Drive is Bluetooth
compatible, so ATPs can use an Apple or
Android app to do the programming. A
remote stop app stops signal output of the
device, so the power chair remains in the
same functional place and simply continues
where it left off once the remote stop order
is lifted. Users can pull up to a computer
and control it using i-Drive’s head pads and
Bluetooth system. Stealth plans to launch
future training games that can assess a user’s
readiness for and skill with the head array.