Novel Audio SoC From Fortemedia Makes Voice Commands Work On SmartTV

Posted: Dec 20 2013, 11:09pm CST | by , in CES


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Novel Audio SoC from Fortemedia makes Voice Commands work on SmartTV
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According to some websites, the Fortemedia Inc. is the world leader in voice processing technologies, and they are going to announce their first Audio SoC which integrates the audio codec with its world-leading famous voice processing algorithms on-chip which enhances the voice commands possible with today’s new Smart TV.

The Voice command feature has become very much popular with most of the electronics devices in the past few years as it currently regarded as the most intuitive user interface. By the way, using the voice command feature to control the TV has proved to be very challenging for some particular reasons.

The various environmental unwanted noises cause some immense difficulties that the earlier technologies were unable to address really effectively. And in this case, the distance is another challenging factor which earlier solutions failed to address and had provided an adequate quality of a voice signal beyond the limit of 3 meters.

The Key requirements for the voice input method applications in a Smart TV include the ability to get connected to many of the microphones, which is typically 4 or even more, and supporting the different microphone placement geometries and the capability to support the distant talking ASR in any reverberant environments.

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