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AI-assisted communications technology debuts from Invisio at AUSA

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October 12, 2021

Lisa Daigle

Assistant Managing Editor

Military Embedded Systems

AI-assisted communications technology debuts from Invisio at AUSA
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AUSA ANNUAL MEETING & EXPOSITION -- WASHINGTON, D.C. Mission-critical communications company Invisio debuted its V-Series Gen II tactical communications platform at the AUSA trade show.

 

INVISIO’s Gen II platform sets a new standard for audio performance and hearing protection within the defense and public safety markets. The Artificial Intelligence-powered platform significantly improves life-preserving speech quality and intelligibility.

According to information from the company, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in its communications platform to achieve a 30% increase in speech intelligibility; the new platform also removes unwanted noise to enable secure communication while ensuring hearing protection and a natural level of situational awareness. 

Designers of the V-Series -- aimed at defense and public-safety personnel in mission-critical situations -- recorded speech from multiple nationalities and different genders and included data involving a range of noise environments, mixing clean speech segments with a database of noises from machine noise to gunshots and helicopters; they then fed that information to the AI algorithm so it would learn to operate in different environments.

AUSA attendees can visit Invisio at Booth 7807.

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