Vocapia will participate in the 18th Worldwide Exhibition of Internal State
Security MILIPOL 2013
, to be
held in Paris Nord Villepinte exhibition center from November 19-22.
On this occasion Vocapia will present its newest products and services for
automatic processing of speech and audio data. We develop leading edge
technologies to automatically transform large volumes of unstructured audio data
to meaningful textual information. These technologies include automatic
speech-to-text transcription, speaker diarization, language identification,
indexing, keyword spotting and speech-text alignment.
Vocapia Research has speech-to-text systems with vocabulary sizes up to 300K
words for many languages including Arabic, Dutch, English, French, Finnish,
German, Greek, Italian, Mandarin, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish
and Turkish, and is developing systems for more languages such as Bulgarian,
Hungarian Czech, Latvian, Lithuanian and Ukrainian.
Automatic on-the-fly adaptation allows the user to provide texts related to the
audio document being processed, what can be considered topic/domain
adaptation. These accompanying texts serve to increase the lexical coverage of
the speech-to-text system and to adapt the language model to the specific domain
of the audio document with the aim of improving the transcription accuracy.
The VoxSigma software suite for Linux offers state of the art performance for
broadcast data and conversational data. The VoxSigma API includes Unix/Linux
commands, C and C++ libraries, import and export in XML format. The VoxSigma
software is available both via licensing and via our web service.
Exhibition attendance is by invitation only, do not hesitate to contact us at
firstname.lastname@example.org to get your invitation code. Visitors are welcome to visit
us at Vocapia's stand: 5U069.
Vocapia Research, founded in July 2000, is an R&D company and
software publisher developing and providing leading edge speech
technologies and solutions for many languages, including most major
European Union languages as well as Arabic, Mandarin, and Russian. The
Vocapia Research VoxSigma®
software suite uses advanced
language technologies such as language identification, speech
recognition, and speaker identification to transform raw audio and
audiovisual data into structured and searchable XML documents. This
technology relies on over 25 years of research at LIMSI-CNRS, with
which there is a priviledged partnership. Joint systems developed
with LIMSI have achieved top ranks in national and international
challenges of speech-to-text transcription. The most common
applications of the VoxSigma software suite are audio and audiovisual
data mining (broadcast data, podcasts, call center data), media
monitoring, and media asset management. Vocapia Research is located in
the scientific pole of the Saclay Plateau, France. Readers who wish to
get more information about Vocapia Research are invited to check out
the Vocapia Research website or use the contact information page http://www.vocapia.com/contact