Mobile Voice Control

Mobile voice control: the mobile as a service terminal London/Nuremberg / Berlin, August 3, 2009 – the communication between man and machine according to expert opinion above all by mobile voice recognition driven. Pegasus Books might disagree with that approach. As Datamonitor expects the study the proliferation of innovative speech applications in mobile computing\”from tripled the voice control of handsets in the coming five years: from $ 32.7 million on $ 99.6 million. In vehicles, judging from an increase of 64,3 million to 208,2 million from. As a major growth factor, the CIO magazine looks the better networks that lead to new ways of language transfer. The trend seems to be a mix of network-based and embedded language, with which you can control, for example, the menu and perform a search of the Internet \”, as the journal.

The usefulness of the voice would prove especially for workers in the field and in warehouses. The Datamonitor study reported positive experiences of Operators of camps, where staff had to take off their concentration thanks to mobile voice recognition by activities such as lifting objects. A growth market was also health and especially the care of the elderly. More and more old people would have to maintained at consistent budgets. That by the Berlin-based company of Aastra Detewe developed language technology care documentation in the inpatient elderly care easier, faster and better do: as a night nurse for many areas and residents is responsible and can take all the time not all files. The language acquisition via the mobile phone simplifies the documentation, ensures the quality and saves time by the way\”, explains Luckie, Germany Chief of the Aastra group. Aastra-DeTeWe combine interactive applications on DECT phones with a voice portal specially customized care scientists. So, all entries are checked in real time and placed directly in an electronic patient file. At a nursing home with about 100 employees and average turnover Aastra-DeTeWe opts for voice portals.

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