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Voice Recognized Control of Auxiliary Systems in Four Wheeler


Arshal Joseph , Christ The King Engineering College; G Gokulkumar, Christ The King Engineering College; D Citharthan, Christ The King Engineering College; M Varatharaj, Christ The King Engineering College


Voice Recognition, Arduino Controller, Speech Recognizer, Auxiliary Controls


nowadays automobile plays an important role in life of human beings. So there is a heavy competition among leading car manufacturers in the market in introducing new technologies in their product. One among such technology is voice recognition technique in which control actions could be done by using voice commands. The voice command control is the user friendly application which assists the driver in functioning of the vehicle auxiliary controls such as the indicators, head lights, horn, wipers, windows, gear selection, park brake, door locks and door openers. Here wiper mechanisms, horn and indicators are controlled by voice commands. Voice commands are recognized by speech recognizer by streaming audio to remote servers. Speech recognizer uses the Audio recognition algorithm. This recognized voice is sent to control unit with the help of Bluetooth module. The Bluetooth module used here is HC-05 serial Bluetooth module. These voice commands are processed by the Arduino microcontroller and converted into electrical signals to drive the necessary auxiliary controls. Also, the control unit automatically avoids the voice calls to driver’s mobile phone by sending a short message. The main objective of the paper is to provide a safety and sophisticated system of driving.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV5I20037
Published in: Volume : 5, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2017
Page(s): 80-82

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