Drivers Hear Alex

Aristechs of synthetic voice in traffic hotline of public service radio stations is Germany’s densest traffic streets, hears Alex in the future, when he calls on his public radio station. Traffic editors of NDR, SWR, and soon also WDR namely equipped their storage hotlines with the sympathetic voice of Heidelberger Aristech GmbH. Alex”is a synthetic voice developed by the Heidelberg language technology experts from a natural voice. In a text-to-speech “embedded system, she speaks the latest messages by phone, can obtained by DAB or partly also on medium wave. With SWR, the telephone traffic hotline has proven for many years, more than one million callers a year you can see (07221) navigate 9282 by congestion of within the broadcasting area. Our up-to-the-minute traffic hotline is the perfect complement to the half-hourly radio messages”, so the SWR, only with a reliable and natural Text-to-speech system is to ensure the timeliness and the acceptance of the user. We are glad to have a competent and service-oriented partner with Aristech here and appreciate their success within the ARD.” Aristech has technical expertise and tools for the optimal use and optimization of synthetic voices.

The voice is optimized for the radio stations, regional place names, proper names, and special features are perfectly expressed and voiced. The result is a quality that differs little from natural speakers. The Aristech GmbH from Heidelberg, Germany took over the sales and the development of the Cerevoice by the Cereproc GmbH & co. KG. The Cerevoice use the basic technology of Scottish CereProc Ltd., which can look back on several years of experience in this industry of the future. All available languages, voices, and tools offered by the Aristech in D/A/CH.

Aristech GmbH is one of the leading providers in the area of natural language human-machine interaction. Professional users understand or language synthesizing solutions benefit from reliable, tried and tested standard components with highly innovative language discerning, language. Aristech acts, depending on the request, as a software vendor, supplier, or professional Integrator. Consulting services complete the Aristech portfolio for users and suppliers of software solutions with voice interaction. CereProc was founded in 2005 by a group of linguists, who can look back on several years of experience in this industry of the future. CereProc has partnered with the Centre for speech technology research at the University of Edinburgh. Currently offered text-to-speech systems for the most common European languages, in several dialect colouring, as well as in Japanese and Russian, soon also. These are available for several operating systems available, as well a voices SDK and other tools for developers of voice applications.