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TAM hits the ground running in 2020 with refinements to its flagship SPEAR® Speech Recognition solution.

Think-A-Move, Ltd. (TAM) continues to refine the core functionality of its flagship product, SPEAR®, a domain specific and noise robust automatic speech recognition (ASR) engine. As speech technology continues to evolve at a rapid rate, TAM regularly integrates new features and functionality into the platform in order to address the growing needs of both Commercial and Government users. The SPEAR solution provides a natural user interface for hands-free, heads-up control, and can be integrated onto phones and tablets running Android or iOS, and PCs with Windows or Linux. The solution can be integrated onto DSPs, is compatible with various Bluetooth accessories, and can run on headsets, smart glasses, wearables, speakers, and other hardware. SPEAR runs locally on the device and does not require a network connection, therefore providing a more secure, portable, and responsive solution.

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Sierra Nevada Corporation Successfully Demonstrates Transport Telemedicine System at Inaugural Nevada Telemedicine Conference

Think-A-Move, Ltd., as a sub-contractor to Sierra Nevada Corporation, developed the Voice Data Entry System for the Transport Telemedicine System. View this article as it appears in the November issue of PRWeb Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) announces the successful completion of the Transport Telemedicine System (TTS) Proof of Military Utility Advanced Development Assessment for the U.S. Army Medical Material Agency. TTS is a new capability that captures and communicates patient care and condition information beginning at the Point of Injury (POI) and continuing until arrival at a medical facility.  ...

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Contract for Noise Robust Speech Interface for Mobile Medical Tactical Environments

(View this article as it appears in the July issue of Military Medical & Veterans Affairs Forum) Think-A-Move Ltd. (TAM) announced that it was selected to develop a speech and connectivity interface for mobile medical tactical environments (SCIMMITAR) by the U.S. Army’s Telemedicine and Advanced Technical Research Center under a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research contract.

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Marine Corps Systems Command Explores Ways to Enhance On-the-move Command, Control

Think-A-Move developed the voice control system that was recently demonstrated to MARCORSYSCOM's MAGTF C3 Program Management Office. This system would enable Marines to operate vehicle mounted C2 software applications using speech commands while on the move. Read the full story!

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Think-A-Move, Ltd. Wins Phase II SBIR to Develop Noise Robust Speech Interface for Mobile Medical Tactical Environments

Think-A-Move, Ltd. (TAM) announced today that it was selected to develop a Speech and Connectivity Interface for Mobile Medical Tactical Environments (SCIMMITAR) by the US Army’s Telemedicine and Advanced Technical Research Center (TATRC) under a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract. Designed to run on an Android OS based device, such as a smart phone, SCIMMITAR uses a noise robust speech recognition system developed by TAM that will process the Medic’s speech locally on the device, enabling a Medic to interact with the system hands free and complete an electronic version of the Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Card using speech. SCIMMITAR will transcribe the Medic’s spoken progress notes, in addition to completing the other fields on the TCCC card. SCIMMITAR does not need a network connection to perform its speech processing function. In addition, when there is a network connection, SCIMMITAR will allow a Medic to use speech to interact with remote data sources, permitting the Medic to access important information needed to treat a casualty. Because SCIMMITAR provides a Medic with the ability to complete a TCCC Card using speech, the Medic does not need to stop providing treatment to a casualty to complete documentation which can contribute to improved clinical outcomes. Currently, the TCCC Card is not always completed, because it requires the Medic to stop treatment of the casualty in order to do so. Having increased documentation will give Army medical researchers more information upon which to make recommendations for best practices. “SCIMMITAR leverages the TAM’s expertise in developing noise-robust speech recognition solutions,” stated Jim Harris, President of TAM. “We are excited to be working on this project, which will address an important need to provide improved clinical documentation,” added Jonathan Brown, TAM’s VP of Business...

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