Electronic Driving Controls
Acceleration, Braking and Steering with Sophisticated Electric Drive-By-Wire Systems
“Drive-by-wire” means that the movements made by the driver with a steering input device (joystick, yoke, wheel, etc.) is converted into a digital electronic signal. A touch screen display operates a variety of vehicle functions.
Electronic Shift Controls
Smart-Shift® Intelligent Electronic Shift Controls can be installed into any vehicle equipped with an automatic transmission. A simple press of one key moves the desired gear automatically to one of the selected choices.
Universal Touchpad Console
The Econo-Series® Console System is a universal touchpad designed as an intermediate control for individuals that require access to commonly used functions such as ignition, wipers, lights, cruise control and fan speeds
Joystick Gas, Brake & Steering
AEVIT drive-by-wire systems can be utilized with a variety of different control devices. Styles include lever, joystick, and wheel orthotic options. A CDRS will prescribe a style that is specific to your physical abilities and vehicle.
Voice Interactive Controls (VCI®)
Voice Interactive Controls (VIC®) provides physically challenged drivers with access to important secondary controls while driving, such as: shifter functions; turn signals; horn; headlight dimmer; wipers; and many voice activated features.
AEVIT 2.0®, Smart-Shift®, Econo-Series®, and Voice Interactive Controls® are registered trademarks of EMC, LLC.