This would be another amazing breakthrough for robotic aviation industry. Videos below will show you how a mini robo-chopper controlled using a plain language command to fly around a GPS denied environment.
In below video, youâ€™ll witness a quad-copter robochopper under a voice control. And the robot-quad-copter responds to natural language, such as â€œtake off and fly forward six feetâ€, rather than rely on a cryptic command set.
During the demonstration it shows both an iPhone and a headset are used as input microphone. Language is parsed by a computer and the resulting commands sent to the four-rotor UAV.
Above is MIT indoor flight test show how cool the voice commanding technology could do. It seems the era of robo-aviation going to arrive earlier than what most of us would think it should be!