Speech technologies and user experience at the heart of IAA SVOX Forum 2009
The topic of IAA SVOX Forum 2009 is: “It is all about the user, the rest is (speech) technology!”
The topic of IAA SVOX Forum 2009 is: “It is all about the user, the rest is (speech) technology!” Speakers confirmed so far represent Asahi Kasei, Clarion, Continental, Elektrobit, HarmanBecker, iSuppli, Mitsubishi Electric, Navigon, Nokia, Strategy Analytics, T-Mobile, TomTom and Wind River, while the past Forums featured representatives from Audi, BMW, Freescale, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Peugeot, Porsche, Renault, Texas Instruments, Volkswagen and Xanavi.
Matthias Wissmann, the President of the VDA said: “IAA SVOX Forum is a traditional event that is now an important part of IAA experience. VDA welcomes the participants of this year’s event and wishes them a productive and enriching time at the Forum.”
Mr. Reber noted: “Over years, SVOX Forum has developed into a networking platform for professionals from automotive and mobile devices industries. This year, the focus will be on the benefits that recent advances in speech technologies bring to end users and the impact that those innovations have on the respective industries. I look forward to the Forum and, as always expect many interesting meetings and thought-provoking discussions.”
SVOX, a leading supplier of embedded speech solutions, has a reputation for quality and customer focus. SVOX drives adoption of speech user interfaces in automotive and mobile device industries. The company offers Speech Recognition (ASR), Speech Output (TTS) as well as complete Speech Dialog solutions. Our focus on quality and the use of flexible software architectures allows for optimized embedded speech solutions that can be easily tailored to customers’ technical requirements and market needs. For more information, please visit: www.svox.com.
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