Follow us on Twitter
Follow us on Twitter
Follow us on Twitter
Follow us on Twitter
Follow us on Twitter

Products' We Represent


Subscribe

captcha 
Bighand launch server side speech recognition
Thursday, 05 November 2009 00:00

At the company's EMEA user conference in London today, Bighand launched its new Server-based Speech Recognition module aimed at organisations looking to further streamline administrative overheads in the current climate, or support an upturn in work as the economy recovers. The new voice-to-text module also supports voice submission from Blackberrys and smartphones, alongside traditional dictation hardware. The Bighand server-side speech recognition add-on is part of the latest v3.3 release of Bighand’s digital dictation workflow software.

The speech recognition module (which utilises the Dragon NatuallySpeaking Speech Server from Nuance Communications) includes both a speech recognition only option, where the Transcription Server sends the resulting text back to the author, as well as a speech recognition with proofing option where the Transcription Server sends the resulting text to a secretary.

The secretary performs any corrections, saves the document and then submits a copy of the corrected document. Once submitted the server-based speech file of the original author is upgraded, improving their results going forward. The author can still correct their own speech file if so desired. Moving the correction of the speech file to the secretary completely removes the time burden from the author and enables no change to their current working practices. As a result, even though there is minimal training, the author’s speech file continues to improve over time.

In testing the Transcription Server returned a 233 word initial recording with 178 words correctly recognized (76.4%). After the first correction, the transcription server improved to recognise 226 of the words (97%), and by the third submission the server based system recognised 232 words (99.6%).

The overall total cost of ownership of the new back-end or server-side speech recognition module is estimated to be as little as one third the cost of existing client-side/desktop speech recognition solutions. The module is licensed per user or per server, with minimal training required, no client-side installation and, subsequently, no loss of billable time. Additional features include Citrix & Terminal Services compatibility, document templates & bookmarks, acoustic modeling, vocabularies configured in Bighand System Administration, default and custom speaker profiles for different users of Bighand, and support for distributed Transcription Servers.

 

ACE Featured Products

QNAP TS-653 Pro
QNAP TS-653 Pro
Call for Pricing
i4600 Scanner
i4600 Scanner
$17,500
Intuos5 Large Pen & Touch
Intuos5 Large Pen & Touch
$531
QNAP TS-128
QNAP TS-128
Call for Pricing
Fi-6670
Fi-6670
$6,499
Entertainment Creation Suites 2013
Entertainment Creation Suites 2013
$6,495
QNAP TVS-871
QNAP TVS-871
Call for Pricing
FN3108XE-B4-1T xPoE
FN3108XE-B4-1T xPoE
Call for Pricing

Latest News

  • Synology® Inc. is aware of a new processor erratum discovered in the Intel® Atom™ C2000 family. After in-depth investigation, the possibility of seeing accelerated degradation of a...
  • Synology® Inc. today announced that Vic Hsu, Vice President of the System and Enterprise Group, will extend his responsibilities to assume the role of Chief Executive Officer, effe...
  • Protect your business, home, and other environments with a reliable and intuitive surveillance system.Surveillance Station delivers intelligent monitoring and video management tool...
  • Synology® Inc. today announced the official release of Surveillance Station 8.0, delivering a new and efficient desktop client, smart multiple streaming technology, and painless ...
  • At IoT Tech Expo Global 2017, QNAP® Systems, Inc. will showcase the unique QIoT Suite Lite software and demonstrate its grand vision of “NAS as Private IoT Cloud Platform”. QNAP ...