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  Date: 28/06/2016

Voice control your embedded systems with 20 lines of software code

Speech recognition software technology provider Sensory is offering TrulyHandsfree SDK to embed voice enabled functions in your embedded systems software. TrulyHandsfree SDK supports fixed triggers, user enrolled triggers and commands phrase spotting technology.

It doesn't take a huge code to add this feature, sensory says speech trigger and commands can be added to an application with less than 20 lines of code. All speech recognition models and task configurations are passed as one file simplifying the API. With this kit, software developers doesn't need to learn the deeper side of voice processing technologies.

Sensory claims more than billion products utilizing TrulyHandsfree have shipped over the past several years from the world’s largest CE manufacturers. Sensory says its TrulyHandsfree trigger is noise robust, low power, and highly accurate embedded phrase recognition technology that listens for a special “wake up” phrase and ignores other conversations.

"TrulyHandsfree can be utilized a variety of different ways, supporting an assortment of wakeup voice triggers including fixed triggers, user-enrolled fixed triggers, user-defined triggers and speaker verification passphrases. TrulyHandsfree also supports high accuracy noise immune command sets and works seamlessly with the applications processors of devices and cloud-based speech recognition technologies, enabling seamless trigger-to-search or trigger-to-cloud speech recognition functionality. The technology can also be combined with Sensory’s TrulySecure speaker verification security technology, allowing for trigger-to-speaker-verification applications. TrulyHandsfree runs embedded on device so no cloud connection is necessary, making it secure from shared personal data being stolen from the cloud." explains Sensory.

Sensory’s TrulyHandsfree SDK currently supports the following languages: US English, UK English, Arabic, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish. The TrulyHandsfree SDK is available for Android, iOS, Linux, QNX and Windows. Additionally, ultra-low-power deeply embedded ports of TrulyHandsfree are available for leading DSP/MCU IP cores from ARM, Cadence, CEVA, NXP CoolFlux, Synopsys and Verisilicon, as well as for integrated circuits from Audience, Avnera, Cirrus Logic, Conexant, DSPG, Fortemedia, Intel, InvenSense, NXP, Qualcomm, QuickLogic, Realtek, STMicroelectronics, TI and Yamaha.

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