Scope and use cases

Sounds of accidents, sirens, special equipment signals

Monitoring sounds of special equipment and events that require increased attention (signals, bumps, collisions, squealing brakes) on selected sections of the road.

Emotions: raised tones of voice, swearing, crying

Detection of screams, squeals, abuse, and crying. Early response of law enforcement agencies through monitoring of people's behavior.

Explosions, shots

Control of ordinary (for example, explosions at mines) and emergency situations with explosions and shooting - registration of facts and their intensity.

Sounds of animals and birds

Identification of sounds of various animals and birds to control migration and emotional and physical state.

Medical monitoring: cough, snoring, sneezing

Monitoring the condition of patients, additional monitoring for breathing, coughing, snoring, and other body sounds (heartbeat, etc).

Headphones - car and bicycle signals, reversing

Additional alarm for those who like to walk in headphones about external warning audio signals.

Alerts about different types of sounds around for the hard of hearing

Alerts for people with hearing problems about important sound events (visualization or vibration modules).

Anomaly detection in technical systems

Notification of changes in the operation of various devices (engines, power plants, etc.), noise detection, and sound intensity changes.

Knock on the door, ring, and sound alarms

Additional protection and notification of events that require attention outside and inside the premises (knocks, rustle, steps).

Additional event signaling paired with CCTV

Additional triggers for starting recording or marking events in the coverage areas of CCTV by specified sounds. Alarm operators of CCTV about events.

Call centers: search for information about an event in a stream of records for aggregation and statistics

Search for the first mentions of events to aggregate the chain of calls on the same topic. Voting control. Identification of stop words (information leaks, violation of communication rules).

Radio and television broadcasting: control and censorship, statistics on the use of phrases and expressions

Identification, usage statistics, and automation of hiding stop words in the audio stream (for example, obscene speech or specific brands, appeals).