Present State and Future Challenges of Android Based Voice Controlled Power Devices


  • Dr. Shubham Namdesjwar Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, PCE, Nagpur, India



mobile phone, voice controlled appliances, android, microcontroller


Automation of a modern person's surroundings enables him to work more comfortably and efficiently. Routine chores performed by an individual can now be automated, which is a major advancement. Nowadays, the majority of individuals spend their entire day glued to their smartphones and other smart gadgets. Therefore, by personifying the usage of the cell phone, several everyday domestic duties can be completed with the assistance of his friend. According to a market analysis of smart phones, new customers are choosing Android-powered devices. In layman's words, it has become a second name for a mobile phone. Voice Controlled Home Appliances (VCHA) automates an 8-bit Bluetooth-enabled microcontroller that regulates a variety of home appliances, including lights, fans, lamps, and many more, by means of an on/off relay. The device is designed for mobile phones running the Android operating system. This essay outlines an automated technique of home device control that could reduce the workload associated with utilizing the conventional switch method. In order to automate the system, Bluetooth—the most well-known and effective technology for short-range wireless communication—is used. With the ability to control up to 24 different appliances in any household setting, the VCHA system for Android users is a step in the right direction towards making duties easier


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How to Cite

Dr. Shubham Namdesjwar. (2024). Present State and Future Challenges of Android Based Voice Controlled Power Devices. Applied Science and Engineering Journal for Advanced Research, 3(2), 41–49.