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  • AudioVisual Recognition
    (Combination of Speaker, Speech, Face Recognition, and Object Detection and Recognition with a single interface)
    Server Based

  • Speaker Recognition
    (Language- and Text-Independent, aka: Speaker Biometrics, Voice Biometrics, or SIV)
    Recipient: Frost & Sullivan Award 2011
    Server Based

  • Large-Vocabulary Speech Recognition
    Available for English, Spanish, Mandarin, Arabic, and German
    Also Available in Bilingual Spanish-English, Mandarin-English, Arabic-English, and German-English
    (Customizable domain full transcription ~ 240,000+ word vocabulary)
    Server Based

  • Face Recognition
    (face detection and recognition)
    Server Based

  • Object Recognition
    (object detection and recognition)
    Server Based

  • Interactive Voice Response (IVR)
    (Graph-based logic, easily configured)
    Product Details
    Interactive Voice Response (IVR) System

    Status: General Availability
    The RecoMadeEasy® IVR System is a package developed by Recognition Technologies, Inc. which currently runs on the Linux operating system. The IVR system is compatible with Dialogic® telephony T1 and E1 cards as well as their analog cards.

    There are quite a few vendors who have developed Interactive Voice Response (IVR) systems. These systems are either complex libraries which could be customized by extensive and costly coding or are limited systems with many shortcomings.

    The RecoMadeEasy® IVR system presents an original software written completely in C++ with complex functionality and an extremely easy but powerful interface. Through only simple adjustments to configuration files one may create the most complex IVR system.


    • Logic Graph
    • A simple web interface is used to design the logic behind the IVR system for each individual channel. The logic may be shared by any number of channels. Once the design is done, the system is ready to go. Your Interactive Voice Response (IVR) System may be literally up and running within minutes. The design may be done by any of your personnel and does not require any high priced programmers. Note that as we mentioned, the logic is represented by a graph and not a tree. For those who are familiar with this terminology, they would know that as opposed to tree-based systems. A graph-based system will allow moving from any state to any other allowing loops and backward movement to the top of a logical path.

    • Independent Channel Control
    • A different logic graph may be used for each channel (e.g., each T1 Channel). In addition, a different logic graph may be used with different dialed numbers. This allows the sharing of the IVR system for different purposes depending on the phone number which has been dialed.

    • Recording
    • The system allows for several types of recording. Recording may be done on individual or multiple channels while conversation is in progress.

    • Conference Calling
    • RecoMadeEasy® IVR allows conference calling between different parties on different channels with the capability of recording the conversation between parties.

    Supported Audio Interface

    • All Dialogic JCT cards (T1 and Analog)
    • Microphone devices
    • Audio File Access

    Supported Operating Systems -- Telephony

    • CentOS 6.5 Linux
    • Previous CentOS Linux versions: 6.4, 6.3, 6.2, 5.7, 5.6, 5.4

    Supported Operating Systems -- Other Audio Devices
    Linux (both 32-bit and 64-bit versions are supported)

    • CentOS 7.3 Linux (Latest)
    • Previous CentOS Linux versions: 7.2, 7.1, 7.0, 6.6, 6.4, 6.3 6.2, 5.7, 5.6, 5.4

    • Fedora 31 Linux (Latest)
    • Previous Fedora Linux versions: 31, 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, Core 5, Core 4, Core 3, Core 2, Core

    • Ubuntu 19.04, 18.04, and 16.04 Linux (Latest)

    • Automatic Language Proficiency Rating (ALPR)
      (Multi-lingual automated language proficiency rating)

    • Signature Recognition
      Status: Advanced Development Stage

    • Keystroke Recognition
      Status: Research Stage

For further information please contact us at 1-800-215-0841 inside the U.S. or +1-914-997-5676 from any other country. Alternatively, you may send an Email to Recognition Technologies, Inc.