Introduction to AIOT VOICE CONTROLLED WeeeCore Bot

Introduction to AIOT VOICE CONTROLLED WeeeCore Bot


Explore the cutting-edge realm of AIoT with the WeeeCore Bot in our blog, "Introduction to AIOT VOICE CONTROLLED WeeeCore Bot." Dive into the fascinating fusion of Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things, discovering how WeeeCore revolutionizes smart living. Uncover its components, delve into specifications, and follow a step-by-step assembly guide. The highlight? Immerse yourself in the hands-free experience through Voice Commands, unlocking a new dimension of convenience. Elevate your tech-savvy lifestyle with WeeeCore, where innovation meets seamless integration. Don't miss out on the future – read our blog for a glimpse into the extraordinary!


Want to enter the field of robotics? Here is a great start. Welcome to this blog and buckle up for an exciting trip towards the WeeeCore bot, the ultimate AIoT voice programming kit that makes the world of IoT way simpler. This blog consists of a detailed introduction followed by assembling, coding and testing. By the end of this blog you will be able to build your own WeeeCore a hand sizes bot car that will listen and perform according to your commands. Some applications of WeeeCore bot is : voice coding , drawing , programming, various IOT applications  this boosts Interactive Learning and Skills Development.  Sounds interesting right? Let’s get started with it.

The Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT)

It is the combination of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies with the Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructure to achieve more efficient IoT operations, improve human-machine interactions and enhance data management and analytics. The combined power of AI and IoT, promises to unlock unrealized customer value in a variety of fields such as edge analytics, autonomous vehicles, personalized fitness, remote healthcare, precision agriculture, smart retail, predictive main  and industrial automation

About WeeeCore:

The WeeeCore Bot is a hand-sized robot car that is driven by the WeeeCore AI Handle. This is a STEAM educational robot kit that is suitable for both entry-level and advanced users. It supports voice coding, drawing, programming, IoT integration, and has a rich sensor array, basically a smart device that can recognize voice commands and control the robot. To make it even more fascinating, it also has a built-in microphone to listen to your commands, a speaker to talk back to you and reply to your commands, LED screen to display many emotions and controls. Yes it is pretty cool now lets carry on with building it.

Components :

When you unbox this magic this is what you get

  • User guide that will help you through out your journey and it comes with everything you need to know and more about the bot.
  • A coding map that is a track for your car
  • The ultrasonic sensor which makes up for the eyes of the Bot.
  • An AI handle or the controller, this going to be mastermind behind all our bot’s activities.
  • A holder
  • WeeeCore chassis that acts like the backbone of this bot.

Now we have seen the components that we receive in the box, let us now understand the technical specifications of this bot.


  • The ai handle consists of a ESP WROOM 32 chip. It is a popular and powerful microcontroller module developed by Espressif Systems. Espressif is a Chinese company known for its focus on the Internet of Things (IoT) and wireless communication solutions
  • The operating system being micropython it is easy to learn and widely used. This makes it accessible for a broad range of developers, including those without extensive embedded systems experience.
  • The operating voltage is 5v. The ports provided include the micro USB port (Type C) along with this it has 2 extension connecting port and a power port
  •  It has an onboard RGB led’s and a power indicator as well as a microphone and a joystick
  • It has a array of sensors which includes – IR sensor , Ultrasonic sensor , Light sensor and a gyroscope for the functionality of our bot.
  • For the motors we have two encoder motors which has precise position control, Speed control, Torque control and it is very dynamic.
  • It can connect to the internet via Wi-Fi and interact with other IoT devices.


Now let us begin with the assembly of this robot


Unbox the bot and you will need two of AA batteries to power it, next comes up the AI handler which is the brain of the BOT and it is placed right on top and connect the male port of the AI handler with the female port of the chassis and connect the female port of the AI handler to the male port of the chassis. Now mount the ultrasonic sensor that make up for the eyes. The assembly is done and it is as simple as that, You can also use a type-c connector to power up the bot.

Voice Commands

Turn On

"Hi, Wewe" or "Hi, Bot"



“Switch lights”,” brighter”,”

dimmer”,”Turn on lights”,” turn off lights”



“Turn on Red/Blue/Green lights “



“Speed 0-5” , “Go forward x steps”, “turn left x steps”,” turn right x steps”, “go backward x steps”



“smile”,” laugh”,” cheer”,” cry”,


“draw a square”,” play music”,” next”,” previous”, “time”, “greet”, “Pi”, “elephant,” “OK”


Conclusion :

In this blog, we embarked on an exciting journey into the world of robotics with the WeeeCore bot, a hand-sized AIoT voice programming kit designed for both beginners and advanced users. We explored the powerful combination of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) in the context of the AIoT, unlocking potential value across various fields. The assembly process was simplified, with components neatly outlined in the unboxing experience, as we conclude, the WeeeCore bot stands as an innovative tool for interactive learning and skill development. Its fusion of AI and IoT technologies not only makes it an exciting platform for robotics enthusiasts but also positions it as a valuable educational resource in the rapidly evolving landscape of technology and automation. So, if you're ready to build and explore, dive into the realm of WeeeCore and unleash the potential of AIoT in the palm of your hand.

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