Full-cycle system integrator iCore has developed the AVERS voice input recognition component for applications in the Aurora OS, which allows you to transfer commands and text data without using manual input, Open Mobile Platform reports on Tuesday.
AVERS operates under Avrora OS 4.0 and higher.
The voice input recognition component AVERS (Aurora VoicE Recognition Soft) is a set of libraries for the Aurora OS and a demo application for recording a voice message and translating it into text in offline mode.
The AVERS architecture includes two modules. The “Voice input library for Aurora OS” module provides the ability to translate voice input into text, and the “SDK for embedding the program in third-party applications based on the Aurora OS” module provides the ability to embed the program in third-party applications based on the Aurora OS.
The solution may be in demand, for example, in various applications for automating the work of field personnel, when weather conditions or the characteristics of the tasks performed do not allow the use of manual input, the report says.