The project aims to stabilize and enhance the enviroCar: Voice Command project to achieve better road safety and hands-free user experience using voice commands. As a part of Google Summer of Code 2023, my goal includes increasing the accuracy of wake word detection, stabilizing existing and adding new voice commands, creating CI/CD pipelines, and an overall increase in the user experience of the enviroCar app. You can read my earlier blog, which provides an overview of this project. This blog highlights the progress made so far and gives an insight into future plans.
This year’s AGILE conference (June 14-16, 2023) was hosted by the Technical University of Delft in the Netherlands. 52°North took the opportunity to present recent work on the OGITO project.
OGITO (Open Geospatial Interactive Tool) is a collaborative mapping application for use on digital map tables, originally developed at ITC (Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation of the University of Twente). ITC carried out a case study in the city of Zwolle (the Netherlands) with the aim of exploring how a digital planning tool should be designed to enable people with different physical disabilities to participate in urban planning tasks. For this case study, ITC collaborated with 52°North to further develop and adapt OGITO to meet the needs of people with physical disabilities for an inclusive, collaborative mapping application.
This blog is about the GSoC 2023 project I will work on this summer. It will contain the problem statement, an initial observation of the solution, and my approach toward the problem.