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Mar 26, 2018 | Read time 2 min

Speechmatics has news for you…

Speechmatics is excited to announce that it will be attending NAB Show in Las Vegas from 9-12 April 2018. NAB Show is the ultimate event for the media, entertainment and technology industry, showcasing ground-breaking innovation and powerful solutions.

Last year saw over 102,000 professionals from more than 160 countries descend upon Vegas, witnessing some of the most cutting-edge technology demonstrations the world has ever seen, and this year promises to be no different.

So, what’s new? Well from our end we have new tech updates to talk about, new innovative Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) solutions to demonstrate, and what’s more, we’ve got some exciting news for you… If you’re at all interested in ASR it truly is exciting stuff, and we’re sure you’re going to love it. We are proud to be partnering with some awesome media companies attending NAB this year including Tedial, Broadcast Bionics and Screen Systems. Each company will be showcasing the capabilities of our technology for their particular use case, so you should definitely pay them a visit at the Show. Find out more about each company below: Tedial: Media and content management solutions designed to maximise business efficiency and profitability. – Stand N1420 Broadcast Bionics: A leading global supplier of in-studio solutions for Radio and TV. – Stand N7131 Screen Systems: The most experienced independent developer and supplier of captioning, subtitling and teletext software and delivery systems in the world. – Stand SU2802 Speechmatics will be exhibiting as part of the ‘Technology is GREAT’ Department for International Trade pavilion, which is organised by Tradefair. Their logistical support means that we can focus all of our attention on presenting our latest technology to those on the front line at the Show. Want to hear our big news? Join us at our booth in Vegas to find out, we’ll be exhibiting at Stand SU7813, Monday through to Thursday. Make ASR errors a thing of the past. #SpeechmaticsAtNAB Ben Leaman, Speechmatics