Easy Voice Rolls out Biometrics Voice ID Software
Easy Voice Biometrics has launched a voice identification solution that allows technicians to find the closest match when comparing voice files.
Designed for law enforcement agencies, state and private forensic audio investigators, detectives, and lawyers, the software facilitates voice expert identification analysis in the performance of multitarget forensic audio investigation by eliminating impostors and ranging the top-in-the-list speakers according to the biometric traits likelihood probability.
The solution provides express attribution of the investigated speakers' voices by the proximity degree. The company points out that one of the most time-consuming jobs of a forensics technician is wading through possible identities and trying to match small snippets of audio information. Because it can quickly compare several files in order to find the closest match, Easy Voice Biometrics helps narrow the field of possible identities and allows the technician to focus crucial time and energy on the closest match.
"The ability of Easy Voice Biometrics to eliminate suspects on undercover recordings and terrorists' 'live' recordings shortcuts the elimination process for law enforcement and saves hundreds of hours while doing it," Tom Owen, an audio forensics expert, said in a statement. "They can then focus their time on stronger voice matches."
The product speeds up expert identification analysis when voice identification examination of many objects is realized by selecting speakers that are not a reasonable match and ranking those that remain in order of similarity of the voice biometric traits.
In addition, Easy Voice Biometrics has additional mathematical voice ID methods along with other methods including voiceprint, pitch and formats analysis, and linguistic and auditory analysis.