VMCS

AcronymDefinition
VMCSVirginia Micro Computer Services (Woodbridge, VA)
VMCSVehicle Management Control System
VMCSVestibular Memory Contingent Saccade
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Developed by the Cambridge, UK-based SpinVox Advanced Speech Group; VMCS now serves users across five continents in English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese and Italian.
SpinVox VMCS primarily uses speech technologies to convert speech into text, but if it is not able to complete the conversion because words or phrases are indistinct, it can ask a human agent for help, guiding them to the parts of the messages that need their assistance to ensure that each message is accurately converted and actively learns from the process itself.
VMCS ensures that all messages are completely anonymised and contain no user data.
SpinVox VMCS primarily uses speech technologies to convert speech into text, but if it is not able to complete the conversion, it can ask a human agent for help to ensure that the message is accurately converted and actively learns from the process itself.
Developed by the Cambridge, UK- based SpinVox Advanced Speech Group, VMCS now serves users across five continents in English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese and Italian.
VMCS is the result of a $100m investment program by SpinVox and five years in research and development, leading to large-scale live implementations with carriers worldwide over the past three years.
VMCS is the world's largest commercial speech platform and is protected by more than 60 patents.
Developed by SpinVox Advanced Speech Group based in Cambridge, UK; VMCS serves users across five continents in English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese and Italian.
Memo`, an iPhone Application, developed by UK-based SpinVox allows iPhone users to speak a memo through the iPhone application and after conversion into text by the SpinVox VMCS the memo resides on the iPhone for instant access whenever needed.
BARCELONA, Spain -- SpinVox, a global leader in voice to content messaging, has announced its intention to release SpinVox Create, an open API (Application Programming Interface) to VMCS, the world's largest commercial speech platform.
VMCS is the maker of the popular MISS(tm) (Motor Industry Software System) DMS, which is used by nearly 200 dealerships across Australia.
VMCS now serves users across five continents in English, French, Spanish and German - with additional languages, Portuguese and Italian, under development.