During May of 2022 the iAMA team performed evaluation tests of the iAMA navigation systems on patients, at the ANIMUS rehabilitation center in Larisa. During these tests, a patient suffering from extended paralysis navigated remotely the robotic car, with great success. The patient was located at ANIMUS, at the outskirts of the city of Larisa, while the robotic car was located at the Folklore Historic Museum of Larisa, where it was navigated using the brain-computer interface that was developed for the project iAMA. The movement commands for the robot navigation were sent wirelessly to the robot through the museum network, while the patient had the opportunity to perform a tour of the museum and enjoy the museum exhibits through the camera that is mounted on the robotic car.