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Speech Controlled Robotic Vehicle

@inproceedings{Kumar2017SpeechCR,
  title={Speech Controlled Robotic Vehicle},
  author={Vijay R. Kumar and Akash Srivastava and Amit Maurya and Md Rayhan Afsar and Dinesh kr Verma},
  year={2017}
}
This paper presents a voice controlled robotic vehicle that operates on voice recognition aided with Google voice search. In here, we use voice as the input & and execute voice commands as functions. The speech recognition system use an I.C called HM2007, which can store and recognize up to 20 voice commands. The radio frequency transmitter and receiver are used for wireless transmission purpose. We have used AT89S52 micro control for giving the instructions to the robotic vehicle for its… 

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