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Looking to turbocharge Amazon’s Alexa or Google Home? Aaware’s Zynq-based kit is the tool you need.

by Xilinx Employee ‎01-04-2018 02:13 PM - edited ‎01-05-2018 12:34 PM (17,576 Views)

 

How do you get reliable, far-field voice recognition; robust, directional voice recognition in the presence of strong background noise; and multiple wake words for voice-based cloud services such as Amazon’s Alexa and Google Home? Aaware has an answer with its $199, Zynq-based Far-Field Development Platform. (See “13 MEMS microphones plus a Zynq SoC gives services like Amazon’s Alexa and Google Home far-field voice recognition clarity.”) A new Powered by Xilinx Demo Shorts video gives you additional info and another demo. (That’s a Zynq-based krtkl snickerdoodle processing board in the video.)

 

 

 

 

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