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VoiceBox für „Patent Power“ und Innovation genannt

VoiceBox Technologies Corp., der preisgekrönte Anbieter der patentierten Contextual Voice Technology, hat heute bekannt gegeben, dass die Firma in der Patent Power 2013 Scorecard, einer unabhängigen branchenweiten Auswertung der besten Patent-Portfolios, genannt wurde, die von dem Forschungsunternehmen 1790 Analytics durchgeführt wurde.

Bei der in der Branche angesehenen Studie wird Patent Power nicht nur hinsichtlich der Quantität, sondern auch der Qualität evaluiert; zu den Variablen zählen die Originalität des Patents sowie die Möglichkeit des Einflusses des Portfolios auf die Technikbranche insgesamt. Die Top-15-Rangliste von VoiceBox spiegelt diese Kriterien wider. VoiceBox erhielt die höchsten Punktzahlen für Portfolio-Kreativität, -Allgemeingültigkeit und Gesamteinfluss im Vergleich zu Branchenriesen wie Microsoft, Symantec, Oracle, Adobe und SAP.

IEEE, der größte Berufsverband der Welt für technischen Fortschritt, stellt fest, dass diese Messzahlen einen Trend offenlegen, nach dem „kleinere Unternehmen wie VoiceBox und Facebook“ die Zukunft der Technologie immer mehr voranbringen.

Zu den Patenten von VoiceBox zählen die Fähigkeit, Kontexte zu nutzen, um die Intention hinter einem gesprochenen Befehl besser zu verstehen und die Antwort zu personalisieren. Ein weiteres hoch gehandeltes Patent ermöglicht die Nutzung der Informationen, die aus diesem Voice-„Gespräch“ gewonnen werden, um gezielte Werbung und Promotionaktionen zu verbessern.

„Wir sind stolz, dass wir wegen der Innovationen und der ,Patent Power‘ unseres geistigen Eigentums genannt werden“, sagt Mike Kennewick, CEO von VoiceBox. „Diese Stärken haben uns zu einem anerkannten Marktführer im Bereich Natural-Language-Voice-Anwendungstechnik und zu einem Pionier beim Branchentrend ,vernetztes Auto‘ gemacht. Die gleichen Innovationen werden unser Wachstum weiterhin beschleunigen, während unser Wettbewerbsvorteil auf den schnell wachsenden Märkten Heim, TV und ,Wearables‘ (Mikrocomputer, die auf oder unter der Kleidung getragen werden, und mit denen der Benutzer durch seinen Körper ständig in Kontakt ist) Bedeutung erhält.“

Die führende Position von VoiceBox im Kraftfahrzeugbereich und die Chancen des Unternehmens auf neuen Wachtsumsmärkten haben zwei Jahre in Folge mit einem Umsatzwachstum von 75 Prozent mit sich gebracht. „Angesichts dessen, dass die Markttrends auf die Kapazitäten abgestimmt sind, die unserem Patent-Portfolio innewohnen“, sagte Kennewick, „gehen wir nicht davon aus, dass sich dieses Wachstum in der nächsten Zeit verlangsamen wird.“

Über VoiceBox Technologies

VoiceBox ist ein Pionier im Bereich Natural Language Understanding und Conversational Voice Technology, (natürliche Sprach- und Stimmerkennung); dies wird zum schnelleren Finden von Inhalten und für die Kontrolle von Geräten über die natürliche Alltagssprache genutzt. VoiceBox-Anwendungen können auf Systemen im Auto, auf Smartphones und mobilen Rechnern, smartTV und anderen Heimsystemen laufen. Alles läuft über die preisgekrönte kontextbezogene Sprachtechnologie von VoiceBox, geschützt von 32 Patenten. Die IP von VoiceBox wurde in der angesehenen Patent Power Scorecard unter den kreativsten und einflussreichsten der Welt genannt. Anwendungen von VoiceBox wurden weltweit auf Millionen von Geräten von Unternehmen wie Toyota, Pioneer, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, TomTom, Renault and Mazda ausgeliefert. Das Unternehmen mit Hauptsitz in Bellevue (Washington) hat Niederlassungen in Los Angeles, München, den Niederlanden und Tokio.

Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter www.voicebox.com oder auf dem YouTube-Kanal vboxtechnologies

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