The EU research project EASIER aims to design, develop and validate a complete multilingual machine translation system to serve as a framework for accessible communication for deaf and hearing people.
The market for autonomous driving is projected to grow from 5,7 billion in 2018 to 60 billion US-Dollars in 2030. This shows the potential this technology will have in the future and is one of the reason why the German government provided funding for project SEMULIN.
The market for smart city projects is huge and still growing. The project MARVEL aims at supporting data-driven real-time application workflows and decision-making in modern cities. For this real-time multi-modal smart city monitoring, audEERING provides its well-known acoustic scene detection.
European Population is ageing and good working conditions are more important than ever. In a society where employment is prolonged to higher ages, a project like WorkingAge aims to promote healthy habits in working environments. audEERING is part of the consortium.
The goal of the project SPEAKER is the development of an European smart speaker as competition to the American products on the market. This product should be characterized by European standards for data security. audEERING is part of the consortium to develop this solution.
Within ERIK, a German nationally funded research project about robot
interaction with autistic children, audEERING is developing software to
analyse and express emotional speech