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An application of electrical wheelchair controlling via speech recognition has developed by android system for the disabled person, patient and the elderly. The motorized wheelchair has controlled automatically via speech recognition. The smart phone will control the system through the touch screen which is consisting of two functions as the voice controlling and the direction controlling via button pad. Experiments about voice controlling have 3 level of volume. Results show that the consumer satisfaction with user and rating on service are of 46%.
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