Overview

QNX® Acoustics for Voice is a complete software solution for automotive hands-free voice communication. Featuring breakthrough technology that reduces CPU requirements by up to 30% over previous solutions, QNX Acoustics for Voice scales new heights of quality, robustness, and ease-of-use.

QNX Acoustics for Voice 3.0 is the automotive industry’s leading speech signal processing solution for handsfree telephony and smartphone speech recognition.

  • QNX high efficiency technology
  • Highly configurable, modular software library with comprehensive and fully documented API
  • Portable C libraries available in fixed and floating point optimized versions
  • Live diagnostic and tuning tool suite
  • Compliance with VDA, ITU-T P.1100 and ITU T P.1110 standards for hands-free systems
  • Supported by highly specialized acoustics and software engineers
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Benefits

  • QNX high efficiency technology
  • Highly configurable, modular software library with comprehensive and fully documented API
  • Portable C libraries available in fixed and floating point optimized versions
  • Live diagnostic and tuning tool suite for graphical control, optimization of library parameters, and optimization of signal injection and streaming
  • Compliance with VDA (Verband der Automobilindustrie) ITU-T P.1100 and ITU T P.1110 standards for hands-free systems
  • Supported by highly specialized acoustics and software engineers

Explore the Solution

With over a decade of heritage and deployment in tens of millions of cars across hundreds of vehicle platforms, QNX Acoustics for Voice is the latest package of field-proven and production-ready signal processing components that meets the unique challenges of the harsh automotive acoustic environment.

Technology

The QNX® Acoustics for Voice solution is designed to provide the most sophisticated and flexible acoustic voice processing solution available today. The library is structured as controllable modules, giving automakers the ability to develop solutions for different speech requirements.