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Background

  • Developed under Justice Dept. grants since 1996.
  • Strong positive feedback from law enforcement, Rangers, Green Berets, Marines, USCG personnel, other users after deployment.
  • Current generation is significantly advanced.
  • USG testing validates operational effectiveness, easy training.

Current Mission:

Tactical one-way, eyes-free, hands-free voice-to-voice translation. Applications include providing instructions during: traffic stops, crowd control, lost person searches, initial interviews, warrant service, and domestic disputes.

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Target User:

Law enforcement officers who have repetitive interactions with local population and need to maintain eye contact and weapon readiness

Police Feedback

“We have several of your VRT units that we received from the military as part of a shared counter-narcotics program that we participate in. We were thoroughly impressed with the military phrases and operation of the units”

Ventura County Sheriff
February, 2013

 

“The VRT’s voice recognition ability was considered the most accurate among all of the devices tested.”
--comparative assessment of hand-held language translators for the SAVER Program, July 2007.

`The device responds well in high background noise where other speech recognition systems would not work at all.’

`The device is highly adaptable for paramedics, hospital triage, retail stocking or other situations and trains well with speakers who may have serious accents or speech impediments where other speech recognition systems would not work at all.’

Kenneth Pence
Captain - Metro Nashville Police Department
Police Department Deployment

The Emergency Response Unit used the Voice Response Translator with the megaphone system on one barricaded subject incident.  The system worked as it was designed to do and projected statements for several hours to the subject that refused to respond to Police.  The subject was eventually arrested without incident.

Lieutenant
Lexington (KY) Police Department

VRT is working fine for us. The field sobriety phrases are great but also are a real crowd pleaser for the guys that work regular patrol duties.

SGT, Traffic Bureau
Columbus, OH

Capability:

  • Only hands free & eyes free translator in existence
  • Ultra-low power consumption (0.1 watt)
  • Highly accurate speech recognition that works in high ambient noise (100dB)
  • Adaptable to auxiliary amplification Fits in M4 single ammo pouch, highly rugged

IWT’s Enabling Technologies

  • Speech recognition that:
    Recognizes all user voices regardless of accent;
  • Works with 100 percent effectiveness in combat noise;
  • Provides 100 percent accuracy in tactical use:
  • Consumes less than 0.2 watt power; and
  • Is implemented on 33MHz processor-based integrated board weighing less than an ounce.
 

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Watch videos about Miltrans VRT use with First Responders:

VRT Police Demonstration Shenandoa County Sheriff's Department

WCMH TV 4 State of the Art Voice Technology

LAW ENFORCEMENT VRT LIST OF LANGUAGES

Arabic
Burmese
Cantonese
Creole
Dari
Egyptian
English
Greek
Italian
Korean
Kurdish
Japanese
Lao
Mandarin
Russian
Serbian
Spanish
Swahili
Tagalog
Vietnamese

 

Contact Info


Laura Madonna
Marketing, Sales, Training
laura@miltrans.com
202 441 0791

 

 

MilTrans VRT
202.441.0791
202.549.3096
info@miltrans.com

Integrated Wave
Technologies
4042 Clipper Ct
Fremont, CA
510.353.0260

 
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