Voice-based direction control of a robotic vehicle through User commands
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2022, Volume 4, Issue 03, Pages 51-56
AbstractThis paper aims at controlling the vehicle using speech recognition method. Vehicle is controlled through voice commands given by the end user which stops and moves in various directions such as forward, backward, right and left. The vehicle is mounted with camera and an LCD screen to view the com- mands and distance between the vehicle and the obstacles. Application works on voice commands with in a distance of 1 meter. Vehicle is attached with GPS. Vehicles can also be controlled remotely or autonomously with the help of controller and sensors. Vehicle provides signals whenever it founds obsta- cles during mobility. Vehicle moves with predefined commands
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