September 18, 2014 -
Shadowtrack Technologies announced it will use ArmorVox10 voice biometrics in its next generation monitoring solutions, where offenders enroll their voice to allow authorities to monitor and track them in home detention.
Shadowtrack’s monitoring solutions offer a cost-effective and secure alternative to the imprisonment of offenders.
At the core of Shadowtrack’s operations is accurate voice matching, which Shadowtrack president and CEO Robert L. Magaletta said is the reason why Shadowtrack is able to offer reliable monitoring of house arrest offenders.
After two years of testing various voice biometric solutions, Shadowtrack finally decided on ArmorVox10 to replace its previous US voice biometric supplier.
“As well as exceeding our accuracy requirements; ArmorVox10 offers so much more than our existing supplier,” said Magaletta. “ArmorVox10’s text-independent, fast-cross matching and language independent capabilities, which unlike the competition, are standard features of the ArmorVox product, allow us to not only identify the offender, but identify who they are speaking to irrespective of the language being used.”
These features are absolutely essential to Shadowtrack in expanding the application into other solutions “including the offender self-reporting, prison telephone monitoring and the immigration/asylum seeker markets worldwide,” added Magaletta.
“Shadowtrack is a long established and well respected provider of voice biometric solutions in the US and Canadian Corrections market,” said Dr Clive Summerfield, founder and CEO of Auraya Systems. “For Shadowtrack to select ArmorVox in preference to their US voice biometric technology provider for their next generation Corrections solutions is testament to the advanced features and performance of the ArmorVox product.”