Evaluation of the Dynaspeak Speech Recognition System for Use in the Joint Strike Fighter
Technical Report,01 Jun 2006,30 Sep 2006
General Dynamics Dayton United States
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The F-35 Lighting II Joint Strike Fighter JSF aircraft, currently in development by the United States and nine partner nations for their Navy, Air Force, and Marine components, is implementing an automatic speech recognition system for use by the pilot to efficiently control various aircraft subsystems. The Air Force Research Laboratorys Human Effectiveness Directorate, working with the JDF Program Office at Wright-Patterson AFB and the Air Force Test Pilot School at Edwards AFB, conducted a preliminary ground and flight tests evaluation of the Stanford Research Inst. DynaSpeak trademark speech recognition engine propose for integration into the F-35 avionics suite. All flight tests were conducted using the Variable stability In-flight simulation Test aircraft VISAT NF16 aircraft based at Edwards AFB.
- Attack and Fighter Aircraft
- Computer Programming and Software