Partners Accelerate Voice-Control Development

by Mat Dirjish

STMicroelectronics and Sensory are collaborating to expand mass-market adoption of embedded voice control. STMicro’s STM32 microcontrollers (MCUs) paired with Sensory’s VoiceHub technology promises to streamline development of voice-based user interfaces on wearables, IoT devices, and in smart-home applications. As a result of the partnership, STM32 MCU users will be able to develop and prototype intuitive voice-based user interfaces for a wide range of smart embedded products.

Reportedly, Sensory’s VoiceHub online portal supports seamless creation of embedded speech-recognition models using custom wake words, voice-control command sets, and large natural-language grammars in nearly twenty languages and dialects. The partners’ solution is based on an STM32Cube software extension package and runs on a high-performance STM32H7 MCU.

According to the companies, their combined technologies increase voice-control accuracy and minimizes command-recognition time. Hosting the voice application and speech models in the STM32 MCU’s on-chip memory allegedly boosts system integration and ease of use while lowering costs.

For deeper insights and brighter illuminations, visit the STMicroelectronics and Sensory websites. Also, check out STMicro’s new software package dedicated to voice-user interfaces.

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