Recognition Technologies, Inc., established in 2003 and located in White Plains, New York, is a biometrics research organization which is involved in research and development in different areas of biometrics including Speaker Recognition (Identification and Verification), Signature Verification, Speech Recognition and Handwriting Recognition (Identification and Verification). Recognition Technologies has had a Text-Independent and Language-Independent Speaker Recognition engine in use by its clients since 2007, capable of doing Speaker Verification, Identification, Segmentation, Classification, Tracking and Detection. The RecoMadeEasy (R) speaker recognition engine won the prestigious 2011 Frost & Sullivan New Product Innovation Award.

This engine is capable of doing real-time open-set speaker identification (the most challenging speaker recognition problem) for very large populations and to conduct provide blacklisting support. Also, since 2003, the company has had an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) engine which requires no extra coding and works through a configuration files at the design stage of the IVR. These and other engines, such as face recognition and detection are available for a variety of Linux operating systems as well as Windows and MacOS, and are marketed under the brand, RecoMadeEasy (R). Recognition Technologies, Inc. is also involved in research and development in automatic language proficiency rating and distance learning techniques using speech. Current development is for Linux and the Apple operating systems in C++.

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