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== Winter 2019 Team 1 ==
== The Team ==
=== Team Members ===
=== Team Members ===
* Michael Cornejo, 5th year Physics student
* Michael Cornejo, 5th year Physics student
* Stephen Cotton, 4th year ECE student
* Steven Cotton, 4th year Electrical Engineering student
* Jared Blaine, Master student in ECE
* Jared Blaine, Master student in ECE
* Laura Morejón Ramírez, 3rd year Aerospace Engineering student
* Laura Morejón Ramírez, 3rd year Aerospace Engineering student
=== Objectives ===
=== Objectives ===
Team 1's main goals were to build an autonomous, 1/10 scale vehicle that could reliably drive on two different pre-designed tracks as well as respond to a collection of commands received through voice recognition.  
Team 1's main goals were to build an autonomous, 1/10 scale vehicle that could reliably drive on two different pre-designed tracks as well as respond to a collection of commands received through voice recognition.  


== Our Car: Donkey ==
== The Car: Donkey ==
Using the provided DonkeyCar framework, and training our car
Using the provided DonkeyCar framework, and training our car
=== Overview ===
=== Overview ===
=== Autonomy Kit ===
=== Autonomy Kit ===


 
==The Project: Voice Recognition Using Alexa Skills Developer Console ==
==Our Project: Voice Recognition Using Alexa SDK ==
Although our project idea was inspired by [https://guitar.ucsd.edu/maeece148/index.php/2018SpringTeam6 2018SpringTeam6], we did some research and found an easier way to make our Donkey Car successfully recognize commands: using Amazon's existing voice recognition software, we were able to organize our commands into categories, called ''intents'', and give the program different potential commands, or ''utterances'' that a user may call.  
Although our project idea was inspired by [https://guitar.ucsd.edu/maeece148/index.php/2018SpringTeam6 2018SpringTeam6], we did some research and found out an easier way to make our Donkey Car succesfuly recognize commands: using Amazon's existing voice recognition software, we were able to organize our commands into categories, called ''intents'', and give the program different potential commands, or ''uterances''.
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Revision as of 20:07, 10 March 2019

The Team

Team Members

  • Michael Cornejo, 5th year Physics student
  • Steven Cotton, 4th year Electrical Engineering student
  • Jared Blaine, Master student in ECE
  • Laura Morejón Ramírez, 3rd year Aerospace Engineering student

Objectives

Team 1's main goals were to build an autonomous, 1/10 scale vehicle that could reliably drive on two different pre-designed tracks as well as respond to a collection of commands received through voice recognition.

The Car: Donkey

Using the provided DonkeyCar framework, and training our car

Overview

Autonomy Kit

The Project: Voice Recognition Using Alexa Skills Developer Console

Although our project idea was inspired by 2018SpringTeam6, we did some research and found an easier way to make our Donkey Car successfully recognize commands: using Amazon's existing voice recognition software, we were able to organize our commands into categories, called intents, and give the program different potential commands, or utterances that a user may call.

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