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Wednesday, 31 May 2017 17:10
Santa Clara, California and Cambridge, England, United Kingdom, May 2017—Dog-loving homeowners will soon be able to seamlessly connect their pet to their smart home, enabling a wide range of applications to support home security or monitor pet wellness.

Using AI-based sound recognition software, next-generation smart home products can respond instantly to the distinct sound of a barking dog. The range of applications are unlimited but could include turning on home appliances like lights, personal digital assistants and speakers to deter intruders or alerting consumers who can connect to their home security cameras to check on their pet.

The new dog bark software sensor was unveiled earlier this month during IoT World where Audio Analytic’s CEO, Dr Chris Mitchell, presented a speech on ‘Understanding machine learning and audio event detection’.

Developed by sound recognition pioneer Audio Analytic, the dog bark software sensor is fully integrated with the company’s flexible ai3™ software platform alongside other established software sensors on the market, such as window break, CO/smoke alarm detector, and baby cry. The software is hardware agnostic and can work in a wide range of products from light bulbs and security cameras to digital personal assistants.

“Our mission is to make technology more helpful to people. By giving smart products the ability to respond to what is going on around them, we can create the intelligent home of the future, not just the connected one that we have today,” commented Dr Mitchell. “When you look at what is important to consumers they care about their family, their possessions and their pets. Our new dog bark sensor enables innovative tech companies to add a really valuable capability to their products. The software is designed to work with standard MEMs microphones and has a very small code and memory footprint, so it can be integrated easily.”

To that end it has been forecast there will be 4.5 billion smart home sensor installations in place worldwide by 2022.

About Audio Analytic Based in the United Kingdom and California, Audio Analytic is a pioneer of what it calls artificial audio intelligence where consumer products can be empowered to listen out for and react to certain sounds. Based on high-quality, real-life recordings, Audio Analytic passes each recording through its machine learning algorithms to identify and capture key features for each sound. Then, once boiled down to a few kilobytes of data, each software sensor is integrated into the ai3™ software platform, which is able to match these particular sounds and make a decision.  
 
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