EveryWord™ Voice Control Technology vs. Competitor “X”: Hear the Difference
All speech-capture technologies are not the same. Hear the difference between unprocessed speech, the ArkX Labs’ EveryWord™ Ultra Far-field Voice Control Solution and Competitor X’s solution. ArkX EveryWord easily outperforms the competition in intelligibility in challenging environments, background noise suppression and barge-in capability. ArkX delivers performance that you can clearly hear in this industry-recognized test*.
Each of the three recordings are all made under exactly the same conditions, specifically a sequence of Harvard Test Phrases uttered one meter from the recording device.
The “Control” Version.
This is recorded speech, using a reference mic, with no competing background noises. It is exactly what you would hear if standing there.
Competitor “X” – Solution Sample
This is same language as the “Control” version but was made over one of today’s most popular conference speakers using a leading competitor’s current far-field solution. Background noises typical of a busy office environment have been introduced. As you can hear, the competitor’s solution has great difficulty filtering out the competing conversations and the desired speech is hard to understand.
ArkX Everyword Solution Sample
Finally, you will hear a cleaner more intelligible recording made with our EveryWord Ultra Far-field Development. This is the same speech as the “Control” and “Competitor X” versions. The exact same background noises typical of a busy office environment as was done with the “Competitor X” version. Unlike the competitor’s product, the ArkX solution easily filters out the competing conversations. This is the kind of performance you can expect to get with our solution.
Listen with your own ears and decide what you want for your next product.
*Note: This sample compares simulated “Harvard Sentences” being spoken in the presence of noise. Harvard Sentences are spoken sentences specifically used by the industry for testing the intelligibility and naturalness of human speech of voice communication devices (and Audio Front End electronics). The noise source is a very noisy office environment including human chatter, a loud copy machine and other typical office sounds.