Sensory Lends Its Voice to the Samsung ARTIK Platform

Sensory, a Silicon Valley-based company focused on embedded voice and vision technologies, today announced that TrulyHandsfree, its embedded always-on, always-listening voice interface platform, is now offered on the ;Samsung ARTIK platform.

This relationship allows adopters of the ARTIK platform to design Internet of Things products that offer a completely hands-free user experience. Samsung ARTIK is an open platform designed to enable development of new enterprise, industrial, and consumer applications for the Internet of Things. The platform is designed to deliver an end-to-end solution with integrated modules featuring security, cloud connectivity, local intelligence, and a wealth of partner applications through its rich developer ecosystem.

"Sensory is pleased to be working with Samsung to offer TrulyHandsfree on the ARTIK platform. We have worked with Samsung for many years in the smartphone, tablet, and wearables spaces and are excited to carve new paths with them in IoT. ARTIK is an exciting platform that makes IoT development faster with less hurdles in going to market, and the addition of TrulyHandsfree enables exciting hands-free features including authentication and control," said Todd Mozer, founder and CEO of Sensory, in a statement.


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