DIOTEK, a developer of mobile software solutions and voice technology in Korea, is announcing its DioVoice Assistant, a voice command software at the Mobile World Congress this week.
Developed using the company's proprietary voice recognition technology, the new DioVoice Assistant offers an, “entirely differentiated” usability through its menu and functions of applications downloaded and installed from app stores which are controllable by the voices of users.
Digital Ink, a unique data-related technology that is being used in applications for Note, will also be utilized.
DIOTEK specializes in language-based core applications and solutions such as handwriting recognition, voice recognition, speech synthesis, OCR, automatic translation software, and multi-language-based mobile dictionary software which are indispensable tools for customers of smartphone manufacturers and service providers.
With DioVoice, users can communicate with people who use foreign languages anytime and anywhere.
The company believes it is strongly positioned to capture multi-dimensional business opportunities for global market entry by displaying DioDict, its flagship mobile electronic dictionary. The company also believes DioPen, its handwriting recognition software and DioTTS, a voice synthesis-related technology, will be instrumental in forging new pathways for industry breakthroughs.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi