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Comments on Detect Aggressive Voices With Sigard By Sound Intelligence
If you've been waiting for HAL to tell you to take a stress pill, your wait is over. (Read the complete story)

"Sigard has lots of practical applications:
* SIgard responds to aggressive sounds, irrespective of the level and nature of the background sound. This makes efficient and useful surveillance possible. SIgard provides an immediate alarm in case of streetfights, (sexual) assaults and various other cases of violence and/or panic.
* SIgard can be applied as a supplement to existing security systems in spaces of various dimensions. For example in airports and prison cells.
* Locations with specific acoustics such as car parks do not pose a problem for the application of SIgard.
* In public transport the staff are regularly faced with violent behavior and threatening situations, which are immediately registered and reported by SIgard.
* In locations where large numbers of people gather, SIgard reduces the need for preventive deployment of police personnel or security guards.
* SIgard can be used to detect panic attacks in (psychiatric) shelters and other special care institutions."
(Bill Christensen 11/25/2006 10:18:15 PM)

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