HomeAni: Letran Calamba Research Reportvol. 1 no. 1 (2011)

Motorcycle Alternative Ignition Via Voice Command

Marion Dale T. Abundo | Nigeli Erno R. Mendoza | Faegen Shun A. Rosales

Discipline: Engineering, Technology



The study aimed to design a prototype that could control the starting of engine of a motorcycle via voice and act as an alternate controller for remote entry to a motorcycle.


The project consists of three major parts – the microphone attached to the helmet that acts as a controller, the HM2007 that acts as the receiver, and the microcontroller that controls the engine starter to start. The microphone is attached inside the helmet to lessen the noise from the environment. To be able to transmit a command to the receiver, the HM2007 would require a voice passkey to activate the motorcycle. The power source of the device would be supplied by the motorcycle’s battery.