Voice activated smart devices are becoming commonplace in most modern homes as they are easy to use. They enable controlling other connected smart home devices as well and there are also multiple use cases where voice commands, or where audio input, is required by a user. While voice commands do make it easier to access information, there is always an issue of ambient noise, which can creep in while sending voice commands to a user.
To circumvent the problem of noise interfering with voice commands, manufacturers use a host of technical features on their devices. Taking a different, innovative approach towards solving this issue, the startup AudioTelligence employs its proprietary technology that can do the same without needing any additional or expensive hardware. In its latest Series A funding round, the company has declared of securing €7.6 million.