Current Service offerings:
Software development with modern, robust, productive
of the development is done in C++, but all tools of the trade are used
to achieve the objectives.
We have a team of low level coders, that
writes / ports device drivers, creates embedded software. And we have a
team of application coders to match, that create killer application.
Our subcontractors do the pretty work on the images, the
web sites, and
the public relations mateials. We also have software developer guided
translators, to make the team complete for a full production run.
recognition - in its current form - excels in achieving speaker
independence, microphone independence and noise tolerance. In its
current form it is suited for simple tasks like commanding a medical
workstation to show 'medications' screen by issuing a voice command, or
receiving numbers by means of voice interaction.
One of the outstanding features of the algorithm is
'push-ability'. When the user pronounces a word more distinctly, the
algorithm responds with better recognition, as opposed to the
traditional algorithms, which degrade when someone is enunciating
harder (or 'pushing it').
The algorithm also uses less processing power than its
predecessors. This opens up voice recognition for embedded platforms,
smart phones and the like. The current implementation uses 5-15% of a
2.0 GHz AMD processor in bursts.
an easy to
use memo application, a computerized version of the yellow paper
stickies. It is designed to help
you organize memos, notes, prompt you with
reminders, record voice, accept drawings, and
keep memo information secret via encryption.
XrayNotes will represent a major
milestone in Medical
and Application integration. Gesture recognition, global patient
information retrieval network, image annotation, MRI animation, DICOM
compatibility, obfuscational security etc .... see us at www.xraynotes.com