ODAS stands for Open embeddeD Audition System. This is a library dedicated to perform sound source localization, tracking, separation and post-filtering. ODAS is coded entirely in C, for more portability, and is optimized to run easily on low-cost embedded hardware. ODAS is free and open source.
The ODAS wiki describes how to build and run the software.
ROS: Please visite the odas_ros project.
Graphical User Interface (GUI) for Data Visualization
Please have a look at the odas_web project.
Open Source Hardware from IntRoLab
- 8SoundsUSB, 8 inputs, USB powered, configurable microphone array.
- 16SoundsUSB, 16 inputs, USB powered, configurable microphone array.
You can find more information about the methods implemented in ODAS in these papers:
F. Grondin, D. Létourneau, C. Godin, J.-S. Lauzon, J. Vincent, S. Michaud, S. Faucher, F. Michaud, ODAS: Open embeddeD Audition System, ArXiV preprint, 2021
F. Grondin and F. Michaud, Lightweight and Optimized Sound Source Localization and Tracking Methods for Opened and Closed Microphone Array Configurations, Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 2019