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Audio Analytic wins international award for consumer electronics

last modified Nov 21, 2014 02:34 PM
Audio Analytic has won an award in a worldwide competition to recognise the best innovations in engineering, science and technology.

 

The company won the Consumer Electronics Technology section of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Innovation Awards for its sound recognition technology which automatically recognises sounds – such as smoke alarms, breaking glass or baby cries – and is used by leading OEMs around the world.

Dr Chris Mitchell, CEO and founder, accepted the award at a ceremony in London, hosted by technology writer and TV presenter Kate Russell, on November 19.

He said: “Winning this prestigious, global accolade is a further demonstration of the innovation behind our sound sensing technology – and how it can benefit consumer electronics companies looking to add sound recognition to their products.”

Audio Analytic was based at ideaSpace West and later at ideaSpace City. The company moved to its own offices in St Andrew’s Street, Cambridge, earlier this year.

For more details on the award win see here.

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