Automatic Speech Recognition Solutions
Verbyx and Verbyx VRX, off the shelf and custom solutions for all of your speech to text needs.
A Few of the Reasons
To Choose Us
ASR For Any Domain
Acoustic & Language Models
Acoustic and language models are critical to your system performance. Find out why from this blog post.
System Test & Optimization
Let the experts at Verbyx test your system performance and provide recommendations on system improvements.
The Verbyx team have learned many expensive lessons over the years. We can help save costs by assisting you in your application design.
Any sufficiently advanced technology is equivalent to magic.
Arthur C. Clarke
VRX is a multi-function speech-to-text system, supporting three recognition modes. The optimal mode will likely be dictated by your applications. It is not necessary to choose a specific mode when licensing VRX as all three are available for each license. If you are unsure as to which method is best suited for your application, the experts at Verbyx are happy to help
Speech to Text Applications
A Few Words About Us
Verbyx was born from the frustrations of existing ASR offerings that included poor customer support, poor performing technologies, lack of interest from large ASR vendors, and the time consuming need to work around the limitations of what was available. Verbyx is committed to doing better for its clients.
The development of VRX our Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) system is the result of many man years of effort from a passionate, focused team of world class speech scientists and software engineers.
Decades of Experience in the Application of ASR in Complex Domains
Members of the team have first hand experience in the use of ASR for complex domains such as aircraft cockpits, human in the loop simulation and call center IVR and analytics.
Recent Blog Posts
Writing Requirements for Speech Recognition
The Importance of Detailed Requirements The purchase of an Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) System is a challenging exercise. Consequently, if done poorly, the resulting program execution risks being a disaster.
What is an Acoustic Model and Why You Should Care?
An acoustic model is used in automatic speech recognition to represent the relationship between an audio signal and the phonemes or other linguistic units that make up speech. A well
Dealing with Out-of-Grammar Inputs
Introduction The previous post introduced the topic of unsupported phrases also called out-of-grammar (OOG). The Impact of Unsupported Phrases. The post explained that OOG is not specifically a speech recognition