TACR TRPIT is over

December 2014 marked the end of a 4-year project "Technologie zpracování řeči pro efektivní komunikaci člověk-počítač" (Technologies of speech processing for efficient human-machine communication) sponsored by the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic. BUT lead the consortium of 4 partners:

While BUT was responsible for core research, each industrial partner was responsible for a sector of application: Phonexia for security/defence, Lingea for interfaces to electronic dictionaries and translation systems and Optimsys for interactive voice response (IVR) systems. BUT's system for lecture browsing, now available commercially as SuperLectures, was also partly supported by the project.