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October 28, 2016 AT 10:00 am

Using Amazon Echo to start your car #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

By Sajin George on hackster.io

Using your voice to control everything has always been very interesting. With my shiny new echo I could connect all the usual “connected home” devices, but I really wanted the echo to keep my car warm and toasty on a winter morning. In this instructable we are going to make the Amazon Echo start any car. We will do this by programming a Raspberry pi zero to act like a Belkin Wemo switch, named My Car. You can then ask “Alexa turn ON my car”.

See the tutorial here.


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