The only real tank that listens to voice commands.
My name is Sam Wolfs, a student at GO! Atheneum De Tandem Eeklo and I am going in the direction of 6 Informatica Beheer. My greatest passion in this profession is all about software security and that is why I chose Computer Cyber Crime Security in HOWEST Brugge to follow already. A quote that will follow me all my life goes as follows: Behind every successful Coder there and even more successful De-coder to understand that code.
Every student from TSO, BSO and KSO has a GIP (Integrated Test), which is part of the exam program of the last year. The student must prove that he can independently deliver an assignment in his field. I decided to make a tank that can move based on voice input. For example: Lippy, forward.
I have been interested in speech and face recognition since I was a child, so I chose a number of projects that had to do with it. In the end I decided to make the tank. I find it very impressive that in this be able to apply this technology for some time. For example, people with physical disabilities may find speech recognition very useful.
We use a GSM and Google Assistant to recognize our speech. When we give a command for example: Forward, Lippy. this command is forwarded to Adafruit.io who can understand the code. This sends the code via WiFi through to the WiFi controller that is on the tank on this is a code that translates the command for the motor driver and thus can control the motors.