Sensory Offers Seminars on Designing Embedded Speech User Interface

8/19/2004 - Sensory, Inc., the world’s leading supplier of embedded speech technology announced it is launching a series of training seminars to assist developers in using speech chips within their product designs. Four locations and dates have been announced:

The 2-day technical course will cover tradeoffs between IC and software based implementations of speech recognition, an overview of available technologies, and will provide examples and benefits from implementing a speech user interface. Substantial time will be spent learning tools and creating a prototype products. All course participants will create their own custom prototypes during the seminar, and should arrive with ideas for product prototypes. Specific topics covered will include:

Over $8K of Tools Included
The seminar cost is $1995. All attendee’s will receive the following products included free with the registration fee:

Discounts of $500/person are offered for early registration or for companies sending multiple employees. Full details and registration forms are available on Sensory’s website at

Attendee Profile and Requirements
Attendees should have responsibility for product design, and be experienced with coding in C language. Previous knowledge/experience with hardware design, in-circuit emulation, and user interface application design will help. Attendees must bring a Windows laptop PC, with 20MB free disk, CD ROM drive, and USB port.

About Sensory, Inc.
Sensory, Inc., based in Santa Clara, CA, is the world leader in embedded speech technologies. Sensory offers a complete line of IC and software-only solutions for speech recognition, speech & music synthesis, speaker verification and other voice and audio technologies. Sensory’s customers are leaders in consumer electronics and include Avon, Fisher-Price, Hasbro, JVC, Kenwood, Matsushita, Mattel, MGA, Mitsubishi, Radica, Sega, Sharper Image, Sony, Tektronix, Toshiba, Uniden, and many others. Interactive SpeechTM line of low-cost ICs includes the award-winning RSC Series (general purpose microcontrollers for speech I/O), SC Series (music and speech synthesis) and the SVC biometric voice chips. Sensory’s software products are available on a range of hardware platforms from microcontrollers to DSPs. Sensory’s Internet address is

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