January 5, 2017
Audio Analytic partners with Angee on world’s first autonomous home security system
Audio Analytic, the Artificial Intelligence company addressing sound recognition for the Smart Home, today announced a partnership with Angee – the world’s first truly autonomous Home Security system.
Since its highly successful campaign on Kickstarter, Angee has been developing an automated, cloud-based Home Security solution which will be introduced to the US market in early 2017. The innovative system is the first of its kind, providing reliable, automated home security without requiring constant human attention and operation.
Audio Analytic has pioneered the development and commercialisation of intelligent sound recognition using advanced machine learning. Audio Analytic’s ai3™ software can be embedded in Smart Home devices, enabling them to recognise a range of sounds within the home and take automated action. All sound recognition is conducted on device with no requirement to stream audio to the cloud, ensuring user privacy, security and peace of mind.
Thanks to this partnership, Angee will have ai3™ inside, enabling the system to recognise and respond to a range of significant noises in the Smart Home including the sounds of a window breaking and a smoke alarm at the time of the release. Software updates will enable new ai3™ sound profiles and features to be continually added to Angee after its release.
Angee CEO Tomas Turek said “We’re thrilled to announce this partnership with Audio Analytic. Their Artificial Audio Intelligence will enhance Angee’s already robust monitoring and threat detection capabilities by allowing the system to understand the context of audio events and take the appropriate automated action to protect our customers and their homes.”
Audio Analytic CEO and founder, Chris Mitchell said, “Angee did exceptionally well on Kickstarter because it has a unique customer proposition that resonates with end-users. People are looking for devices that open up compelling new ways to live smarter, but without the need for their constant observation and interaction. By incorporating our ai3™ platform, Angee is among the first companies to live up to the true promise of the Smart Home – a home where devices understand their environment and take appropriate automated action without the need for continuous human interaction and control.”
Audio Analytic is an official exhibitor at CES 2017 (5-8 January, Las Vegas) and will be demonstrating a range of new ai3™ sound profiles and features to customers and partners at the show. An early demo model of Angee is also available to view. To request a meeting, please email CESemail@example.com.
About Angee http://www.meetangee.com/
Angee is developing an Automated, cloud-based Home Security solution, which was successfully backed on Kickerstarter. While the rest of the Home Security industry relies on human labor to provide reliable protection, Angee’s Automated Monitoring provides the same reliable protection without requiring constant attention. Angee can be controlled both by your voice and your mobile devices, and the combination of smart hardware, software, and services deliver a complete, autonomous, and easy-to-use solution for home security and beyond. The company has offices in Palo Alto, California with R&D in Prague, Czech Republic and will introduce its solution to the US market in early 2017. More about Angee can be found at www.meetangee.com
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About Audio Analytic
Audio Analytic is the pioneer of AI sound recognition software. The company is on a mission to map the world of sounds, offering our sense of hearing to consumer technology. By transferring our sense of hearing to consumer products and digital personal assistants we give them the ability to react to the world around us, helping satisfy our entertainment, safety, security, wellbeing and communication needs.
Audio Analytic’s ai3™ sound recognition software enables device manufacturers and chip companies to equip products with Artificial Audio Intelligence, recognizing and automatically responding to our growing list of sound profiles.