Stronghold CMD

My vision for Stronghold CMD was to provide a way to operate you home and provide useful information to you as you live your life. Stronghold CMD leverages voice recognition and OpenZWave to allow you to turn off and on the lights in your home via voice command. Things like computer management: such as putting the computers to sleep when you leave your house are also possible using the Stronghold Command client. This program is envisioned as a way to provide a operating system for your home.

I will be releasing Stronghold CMD as open source so that you can create your own modifications to the program and add different functionality to the program. It has been designed in a fashion to allow simple feature adding by the use of code modules, easily programmable sections of code designed to execute a specific function. Stronghold CMD is still considered closed source at this time but will be released open source once the program comes out of beta (v1.00).

Setting up a basic instance only takes about 15 min and a few physical parts. What you need to setup Stronghold CMD is a computer or server installed with Windows 7, Windows 8.1 or Windows 10, a set of computer speakers, a microphone that can capture the sound in a room and a Z-Wave enabled USB stick. Full documentation for setting up and installing the program can be found in the downloads section of Stronghold CMD under the Projects heading.

This project has a bright future to it and I will seek to add functionality on a regular basis. To see the development progress on this project you can go to the media section of Stronghold CMD under the projects heading and watch the various videos that will be posted there.

Thanks for your interest in this project and Enjoi!

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