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Speech Processing Solutions Introduces Philips SpeechAir Smart Voice Recorder

The Philips SpeechAir mobile voice recorder provides upgraded security and connectivity features.
Posted Apr 19, 2016
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Speech Processing Solutions, a provider of professional dictation systems, today released the Philips SpeechAir, a mobile voice recorder. The new touchscreen device, which is Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-enabled, seamlessly connects with all Philips dictation solutions.

Philips SpeechAir combines the latest voice technology advancements, such as a camera and barcode scanner, along with traditional dictation features, including a slide-switch, extended battery life, professional voice file editing, and maximum security controls.

The device is built on the Android operating system and features the following:

  • Three professional microphones - a 360-degree microphone for dictations and meetings; a directional microphone for noisy environments; and a third microphone dedicated to VoIP technology.
  • Maximum data security - SpeechAir recordings are encrypted in real time using the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) with a key length of 256 bits. The device also features a PIN code to protect against unauthorized use, and features such as the camera can be locked.
  • Complete dictation workflow support - SpeechAir is compatible with all Philips dictation solutions, including the Philips SpeechLive cloud-based dictation and transcription solution. In addition, it offers forwarding rules to ease file-sharing between authors and transcriptionists and offers Wi-Fi controls for employees to ensure file security.

"Philips SpeechAir gives users in all industries the best of both worlds by combining the best of smartphones with that of professional dictation devices, so they can achieve optimal productivity and workflow efficiency without sacrificing sound or work quality," Thomas Brauner, CEO of Speech Processing Solutions, said in a statement. "This next-generation device was developed with on-the-go professionals in mind, allowing them the flexibility they need regardless of where they are or when they need to record, share, and transcribe files."


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