Asian Journal of Information Technology

Year: 2005
Volume: 4
Issue: 10
Page No. 940 - 944

Design of a Voice Control System for a Disabled Person Wheelchair

Authors : Mohamed Fezari , Badji Mokhtar , Mouldi Bedda and Mounir Bousbia-Salah

Abstract: Many people with disabilities do not have the dexterity necessary to control a joystick on an electrical wheelchair. The aim of this study is to implement an interesting application using small vocabulary word recognition system. The methodology adopted is based on grouping a microcontroller with a speech recognition development kit for isolated word from a dependent speaker. The resulting design is used to control a wheelchair for a handicapped person based on the vocal command. It therefore involves the recognition of isolated words from a limited vocabulary. In order to gain in time design, tests have shown that it would be better to choose a speech recognition kit and to adapt it to the application. The input of the system is a set of eight words used to control the movement of an Automatic Vehicle Guided (AVG); The output is a corresponding command. The system is developed in order to be installed on the wheelchair. Therefore it should be easy to carry, no bulky, with low power consumption, and easy in operation.

How to cite this article:

Mohamed Fezari , Badji Mokhtar , Mouldi Bedda and Mounir Bousbia-Salah , 2005. Design of a Voice Control System for a Disabled Person Wheelchair . Asian Journal of Information Technology, 4: 940-944.

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