Voice biometrics help fight crime
The fight against crime can become more effective thanks to voice biometrics.
Phonexia's product for voice comparison in the field of computer forensics will soon be available on the market. Voice Inspector 5.1, because this is what we are talking about, was designed especially for experts in this area.
The software is able to identify a person based on just 3 seconds of speech and offers the same voice comparison accuracy regardless of language. The new software offering meets international standards of judicial admissibility, in line with the guidelines of the European Network of Forensic Science Institutes (ENFSI).
The product also includes a set of supporting technologies, such as speaker diarization based on voice recognition, which allows marking individual speakers and separating them from the mono audio stream, a phoneme recognition module for identifying similar sound patterns in recordings, voice presence detection, and a spectrogram for analyzing audio files.
Phonexia operates as part of the European Union-backed Roxanne consortium, which cooperates with law enforcement agencies in investigating criminal networks by providing voice biometrics data. The project was co-financed under the EU's "Horizon 2020" program.