September 27, 2012
New Version of Armorvox 9 to Integrate Voice Biometrics and Voice Recognition in Single System
By Calvin Azuri
Auraya Systems recently announced that the new version of its Armorvox system will effectively integrate both voice biometrics and voice recognition in a single system.
Auraya Systems is a voice biometrics startup and creator of the ArmorVox Speaker Identity System. Previous versions of the Armorvox system developed by the company only included voice biometrics.
At present, the St. George call center and the tax office in New Zealand are using the older Armorvox versions for facilitating customer identification.
Clive Summerfield, founder and CEO at Auraya, was also the leading force behind Syrinx Systems, a voice recognition company which ran successfully before the millennial tech-wreck era. While talking about the latest version of the Armorvox system, Dr. Summerfield said they had completed the integration of both voice recognition and voice biometrics within the system.
The new version is expected to be rolled out by the company once they find a customer for the product.
The latest version of the Armorvox system has been designed to run on either Windows or Linux servers. Dr. Summerfield said that ideally a single server will be able to easily manage up to 50,000 verifications per hour, while being capable of housing 250,000-1 million voice prints.
The Armorvox brand, introduced in January this year, was designed for handling only text-dependent voice verification. However, the company has since then released three new versions: Armorvox 7, which included text-independent voice verification; Armorvox 8, which featured text-prompted voice verification; and now Armorvox 9 (released this month), enhanced with auto-tuners which enable the system to establish access thresholds based on the clarity of the captured voice print.
Also included in the Armorvox systems are adaptive technologies such as tuners and speakers, which make it easy for partners of the company to customize Armorvox based on language preferences.
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Edited by Braden Becker