Auraya Systems releases universal speaker recognition system

April 27, 2015 - 

Auraya Systems announced it has released ArmorVox 2015, which it claims is the world’s first universal speaker recognition system.

The new solution builds on Auraya’s patented speaker adaptive voice biometrics algorithms, which has been used in various commercial applications around the world.

ArmorVox 2015 is the only product to support text-dependent, text-independent; text-prompted, fast cross matching for speaker identification and gender detection “fused” into a single software license, said Auraya Systems.

“ArmorVox 2015 is the culmination of 10 years of intensive R&D and market research,” said Dr Summerfield, Auraya founder and CEO. “By fusing technologies into a single software license, partners can implement active and passive voice biometric applications, fraud detection and tracking solutions and gender detection all using a single software license.

“In short, ArmorVox 2015, is the only voice biometrics product Partners and End-Users will ever need, irrespective of the application.”

The new speaker recognition system offers many new features and improvements, including an extended front-end with better noise suppression, improved mobile phone and cross-channel performance, and improved tuners across all biometric modes to ensure two to four times higher accuracy than the current release.

ArmorVox 2015, which is configured for cloud, CPE, appliance and device level implementations, is available for immediate download from Auraya’s FTP site.

Previously reported, Inference Solutions integrated Auraya Systems’ ArmorVox voice biometrics into the Inference Studio SaaS voice automation solution, which allows customers to create complex voice applications in the cloud.

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