Vesper and DSP Group Demo Near-Zero-Power Voice-Activation for Battery-Powered Devices

LAS VEGAS --- Vesper and Sensory, Inc. will demonstrate a turnkey development platform that boasts the lowest overall power consumption for far-field always-listening voice interfaces. This platform is the first to achieve overall power consumption low enough to enable battery-powered always-listening far-field systems.

The new development platform – which the companies will demonstrate at CES 2017 for the first time — integrates Vesper’s VM1010 wake-on-sound piezoelectric MEMS microphone with DSP Group’s DBMD4, an ultra-low-power, always-on voice and audio processor based on Sensory’s Truly Handsfree voice control embedded algorithms. The platform gives developers the ability to initiate voice processing through Sensory’s wake-up word technology, which ensures that only a specific trigger word activates the device.

For more information, visit:
http://vespermems.com/products/vm1000
http://www.dspg.com
http://www.sensory.com

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