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M3S-a standard communication architecture for rehabilitation applications

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The M3S (Multiple-Master, Multiple-Slave) bus is a proposed standard digital communication bus designed to improve access to technical aids by disabled people. It provides a standard interface between input devices and end-effectors, allowing devices from different manufacturers to be linked in the same system. The bus is primarily intended for use on wheelchairs. It is based on an industry-standard protocol-the controller area network (CAN)-and includes additional signal lines to increase safety and integrity.<>

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Computing & Control Engineering Journal  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 5 )