Sensedriver, maker of the state-of-the-art heads-up driving display “SenseHud,” came to Intrepid to develop their voice-activated Android app. The SenseHud, a replacement for traditional hand-held navigation, pairs safety and ease of use through a reflected display, voice activation, and clean design. The Android app allows users to navigate, make and answer phone calls, and send text messages via custom speech recognition software.
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Utilizing Google’s speech library, Intrepid wrote a custom speech identification software that allows users to interact with the app in a natural and flexible way.
Context Sensitive Commands
Since the app solely uses voice control, Intrepid developed a unique manner to track and navigate the different states, screens, and functionality.
3rd Party Libraries
Intrepid utilized Ivona, a text to speech library, and customized Skobbler, a map library, to create a distinct brand image for Sensedriver.
As opposed to using a standard XML layout, Intrepid built a custom layout, allowing the system to operate with more complex designs and animations.
Intrepid utilized Bluetooth Low-Energy to communicate with the SenseHud hardware to create a seamless user experience.