Document Type : Primary Research paper
Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Panimalar Institute of Technology, Chennai - Tamilnadu
Professo, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Panimalar Institute of Technology, Chennai - Tamilnadu
The Internet of Things (IOT) is a concept that includes linking physical things to the internet in order to create smart systems or applications. The IoT paradigm implies a large number of devices connected via a traditional intent network. Because these devices typically have limited capabilities, shifting a portion of the service execution to a cloud infrastructure is a viable option. In this project, we suggest that human voice be used as a potential interface for one or more devices in the IoT ecosystem, allowing instructions to be issued and information to be received. Web crawling is also used to improve the system by incorporating trending data. An automated ticketing system will be created as a proof of concept. The suggested system is conceptualised as an Android application in which the user issues voice instructions. The voice is recorded and transferred to the STT cloud service using the HTTP POST mechanism. It receives a JSON object with many alternative transcripts of the studied speech sequence as a response. The Google STT service's automatic speech recognition (ASR) for giving voice commands is then used to match transcript alternatives against a set of supported instructions. When the ticketing procedure is finished, the cloud sends a ticket verification request to the IOT board mounted on the vehicle.