Sensory tech enabling voice control and biometric security on dozens of solutions at CES
Sensory revealed that its speech recognition and biometric authentication technologies will be showcased this week at more than three-dozen sites at CES, ranging from chip manufacturers to tier-1 consumer electronics brands.
Sensory’s TrulyHandsfree, TrulySecure, and TrulyNatural will be enabling voice control and biometric security on dozens of new products and solutions being announced at CES including 3Nod, Abalta, Amazon, Anki, AONI, Binatone, Blue Frog Robotics, Braven, Caavo, Cleer, Doss, Garmin, Hi Mirror, Holimotion, Honeywell, Huawei, LG, Libre Wireless, Linkplay, Logitech, Mitsubishi, Motorola, NVidia, Plantronics, Samsung, Simplehuman, Speak Music, Sugr, Voicebox, Vuzix, Google Waze and ZTE.
“Today, varying forms of Sensory AI can be found in products ranging from ultra-compact wearables to large kitchen appliances,” explained Todd Mozer, CEO of Sensory. “Sensory has remained at the forefront of the machine learning revolution by constantly improving its technology, building strong partnerships with chip manufacturers and the IP infrastructure, and working directly with CE vendors to keep always-listening processing speech recognition on device, instead of sending it to the cloud.”
According to a company statement, much of Sensory’s success can be attributed to the company’s hard work in securing relationships with chip manufacturers, IP providers and operating systems, ensuring that Sensory’s technologies are deployable across platforms like iOS, Android, and Windows, and Linux but also across all the leading low power DSPs and microcontrollers.