Bavarian Archive for Speech Signals - Services Schiel



Organisations & Companies
The Bavarian Archive for Speech Signals (BAS) was founded in 1995 as a non-profit organisation with the aim to collect and produce technical language resources, mainly in the German language. Meanwhile the BAS manages more than 40 popular language resources which are distributed to the scientific community.
Most of the BASSS projects are conducted in close cooperation with the BAS.
VIU Design Elke Kachelries
Elke Kachelries is a former staff member of the BAS and has left the academic background to start her own business. She is specialised in the design of spoken dialogue systems and has provided us and our customers with many valuable insights how to avoid costly design errors, mainly in telephone based speech applications.
SYMPALOGs core business are telephone based speech applications. The company is world famous for their unique ASR techniques that enables them to process natural speech input over the phone.
SYMPALOG has cooperated in several publicly funded, scientific projects with the BAS. The BASSS considers SYMPALOG as the top competence partner in all questions regarding Automatic Speech Recognition.
The 'Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz' (DFKI)' based in Kaiserslautern and Saarbrücken provides top-level expertise in a large number of topics in speech and language processing. DFKI and BAS have cooperated in many publicly funded projects such as ASL, Verbmobil, SmartKom and COLLATE. Right now BASSS is supervising the SmartWeb sub-projects assigned to the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität under the project coordination of DFKI (Prof. Wahlster).

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