Either send commands to the fusion control center or communicate directly with the device. neither one is programming 101 type stuff.
kapone beat me too it.....again
that sums up your issue though...your not going to find step by step instructions for something that hasn't been done yet.
That's easy as pie, however unless I'm missing something, how is AI involved in that?? Take your typical CarPC, use your favorite voice recognition program/sdk/API (hell, even the built in Windows 7 voice recognition is fairly decent), hook up a Fusion Brain to your PC, and you have voice control over over the digital outputs of the FB. These outputs can then be used to drive relays or what not.Is this what your saying, Sorry I'm trying not to get lost here. if I do not integrate this and just use with say for example windows7 speech recognition, then it is easy? but if try and go through another program to send the speech to fusion brain it is difficult?Hell, integrating Fusion Brain with any regular application itself is not that easy to begin with.
if that is what you are trying to say, I might have a solution. I can try to make a plug-in to have Hal stop/start listening when I say a key phrases, like "Computer listen" or "Computer Stop Listening. when Ultra Hal is not listening my windows7 speech engine would pick up the speech and send it to the fusion brain. It's not a proper solution but it might just work.
- Pick a speech recognition engine and train it enough so that it can decipher your voice.
- Write a program first to integrate the Fusion Brain, so that you have access to it's outputs programmatically. (This is relatively easier since FB has an API)
- Write a program that uses the above engine, and integrates a command based grammar, so that the voice commands from your engine can be translated to discrete programmatic commands.
- Write a translation layer that can now translate these discrete commands to something that the FB API can understand.
- Figure out the electrical schematics so that when the FB outputs turn off/on, what happens to the car's electrical system.
Easy as pie, right? Just kidding. This is anything but easy.
p.s. As an example, I have a BMW 740i, and BMW already built voice recognition into the car. I can control over 50 functions in the car by voice alone. However, BMW already incorporated a "bus" system in the (in my model year it's the IBUS, in later models BMW adopted the MOST standard) car, which means that major electronic components in the car are all controllable via the bus and simple commands over the IBUS.