DSP Concepts & Sensory High Performance Voice UI with Local ASR

RA Ecosystem Partner Solution

Description

The RA Ready Voice UI solution from Sensory and DSP Concepts delivers best-in-class machine listening in noisy environments with customizable wake words & command-sets. In addition, this solution provides true endpoint intelligence on the RA MCU with no network connection required making it perfect for all types of smart voice controlled devices.

Key Features

  • Best-in-Class Performance
    • TalkTo™ identifies & eliminates noise-sources for high performance voice-control in extreme noise conditions
    • TrulyHandsfree™ has fast response times, ultra-low current consumption, and excellent performance
  • Fast Time to Market
    • World-class expertise and engineering support
    • Supports multiple languages, and a wide range of use cases
    • RA Ready out of the box solution and demo available on the EK-RA6M3
  • Cost Effective
    • Voice UI & System-control on the same MCU reducing BOM cost
    • Significantly reduced engineering effort with a ready-to-go building block solution

Diagram

DSP Sensory Voice UI Diagram

Target Markets and Applications

  • Home & Commercial Smart Appliances
  • Smart Home and Smart Buildings
  • Industrial Process Control
  • Consumer Devices

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DSP Concepts & Sensory High Performance Voice UI with Local ASR
DSP Concepts & Sensory High Performance Voice UI with Local ASR for the Renesas RA Partner Ecosystem
PDF 16 Jul 2020 460 KB
Fundamentals of Voice UI Whitepaper PDF 23 Jul 2020 707 KB

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