I/NET is a leading developer of conversational interface technology,
which uses everyday spoken language to control computers and other
electronic devices and systems. Unlike voice recognition systems that
simply substitute sound for typed commands, a conversational interface
provides a technological means for natural, intuitive dialogue between
people and computing systems. Potential applications range from heavy
industry to space missions to automotive telematics.
I/NET has assembled a team of leading scientists and software
engineers to develop this technology. This team has worked with
organizations such as NASA, where they developed conversational
interfaces and intelligent control systems for robotic systems, and
the Federal Government's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where they
designed and developed autonomous navigation software for the Mars
Phone Automation Manager Integration
I/NET provides integration services for the
Phone Automation Manager
application when necesssary. PAM is designed for installation and
configuration by control and automation integrators or factory IT
personnel. However, when customization requirements demand additional
expertise I/NET is ready to meet the challenge.
Conversational Interface Integration
The Conversational Interface Toolkits developed by I/NET are ready to
be incorporated into custom products in a number of different
ways. PAM is one example of such a products, embedding the
conversational engine into a shell that handles telephone calls and
interface to automation systems.
I/NET is ready to work with developers to add state-of-the-art natural
language understanding to there products and services. Conversational
interface toolkits are available in both JAVA and Windows libraries
that can easily be integrated in a variety of product types.