Vangard Voice Systems Inc., a provider of AccuSpeech technology, a solution for voice data entry, has announced it chose Sennheiser Electronic Corporation for its Bluetooth BW900 headset and will distribute Sennhesier's headsets along with its voice-intelligent middleware
Using Sennheiser's Bluetooth microphone technology, Vangard Voice customers, and especially mobile workers, are offered greater mobility as well as improved noise cancellation capabilities for harsh-noise environments.
Sennheiser's BW900 Bluetooth
wireless headset features Adaptive Intelligence technology for noise canceling that not only compensates for ambient noise but also "remembers" users preferred settings.
Also, the BW900, which provides standard connections to a variety of mobile devices, enables mobile workers to move up to 10 meters from a Bluetooth-enabled mobile device.
Bob Bova, president and chief executive officer of Vangard Voice Systems commented, "Mobile voice-directed data collection is becoming as common as barcode scanning. The advanced Bluetooth headset solution offered by Sennheiser extends the hands-free, eyes-free capability, convenience, comfort and safety for mobile workers. Our AccuSpeech technology, which brings voice as a data-capture method to mobile applications, paired with Sennheiser's extended wireless mobility solution, significantly enhances the mobile worker experience."
Also, the company notes that for customers who require wired headset solutions, Vangard Voice offers Sennheiser's SH350 Binaural headset and PC146 all-purpose stereo headset.
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