A new world enabled by speech/voice user interface
The speech user interface landscape is changing, as described in IDTechEx's brand-new report "Voice, Speech, Conversation-Based User Interface 2019-2029: Technology, Player, Market".
Movesense saved customers over three decades in wearable development
Movesense has now shipped over 700 software development kits to teams developing devices for sports, healthcare, entertainment, and industrial applications globally. Ten companies using Movesense are on the market now, with 40 more close to production just one year after its firmware completed beta testing.
Freer Logic demonstrates EEG technology
Dr Jacob Skinner has described Freer Logic's presentation at this November's Wearable USA show by IDTechEx as 'leagues above' anything he has ever seen. The two-day event, at which Dr Skinner gave a presentation called 'Making Wearables Truly Compelling', aimed to showcase the best in emerging tech and was attended by large corporates and disruptive startups.
ABB to build the world's most advanced robotics factory in Shanghai
ABB announced a major, new US$150 million investment in Shanghai, China to build the world's most advanced, automated and flexible robotics factory - a cutting-edge center where robots make robots.
Cardless, facial recognition ATMs
National Australia Bank and Microsoft have collaborated to design a proof of concept Automatic Teller Machine using cloud and artificial intelligence technology.
Nuance Communications is a multinational computer software technology company providing speech and imaging applications and solutions. The most important speech technology of Nuance is speech recognition (SR). Besides, the company is specialised in speech synthesis, voice recognition, etc. In the global speech market, more than 80% of speech recognition systems used to be based on Nuance SR engine.
Computer vision startup for retail and wind power industries
Clobotics announced that it has closed an additional round of financing. Venture capital raised in this round now totals $21 million (USD). With the new capital, Clobotics will continue to expand its business in North America to further penetrate the wind power and retail industries. The company will also invest in ongoing product development and continue to build its growing team of experts in computer vision, artificial intelligence and machine learning.