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©Copyright 2004

-

2006

AMN Corp, All Rights Reserved.

Speakable

RFID

with AMN MediaBroker™



A commercially
-
based solution
addressing
request and response
automation

bridging
auto ID’s

with

accurate
and natural
media signal transport
and
recognition. The application delivers results through
a wide variety of

formats
and
transcoding

processes. The
usability

of media
signal
packets within point
-
to
-
point scenarios
is derived
by
the
input

and
output

of signals
to define

a

positive

effect
for
low
-
cost, high ROI
business
productivity
.
T
he media

recognition
app

he
lps assist the end
-
user

through effective
user
-
friendly
automation and a better
understand
ing of

value
-
added

features under this approach

in largely
c
omplicated systems. These systems may be

accessible by a business,

EPC

network,

individual, or public com
munity.


Transitions of conventional
data
automation within innovated intelligent media
automation are

the result of technology convergence
. This includes

technologies

such as
linear media,
web services,
microprocessing, voice

capture
,
business
software a
pplications,
resource adaptation
, RFID

readers
,
Savant,
bar code
readers
,

and
data

character recognition

system
interfaces
.
A w
ider
low
-
cost
availability and
demand of media

and data

sources
and recognition models
within

the global community

is driving ho
w tasks and informat
ion processing is
better
managed
.
MediaBroker™ helps bridge the user and machine interfaces for
those interacting with the
se

sources and their
system
s
.

The sharing of media
sources
by the application re
lates to media as flows within p
ersistent, t
ransient
and

hybrid streaming models.


Industry and organizational standards including W3C XML, HTML, PML, SRGS,
SSML,
SOAP, J2EE

and Unicode

help build a basis for interpolated media and
data
interfaced
automations. The
app complies with
stan
dards

in this capacity:
1)
It applies

constraints on the definitions of data recognized by a deployment
,

and exceptions that may occur during
and after
processing; 2)
The analysis and
formatting of data for the
request and
return
is handled with the abili
ty to further
tune
input/output

for the end
-
user, such as with U.S. and internationally linked
systems.


Time to deploy
is based on the size of the end application. However, system
code can be delivered in micro
-
sized chunks for the front
-
end, maximizing
the
potential
processing power
of large

back
-
end tiers
.

The application views this as
a Little
-
to
-
Big Guy
relationship

in terms of leveraging available

caching
and
resources on networked devices and machines
, hooking it together with other
L2B dependencie
s.





©Copyright 2004

-

2006

AMN Corp, All Rights Reserved.




Drawing 1.0
: Hypothetical Deployment within an EPC Drug Supply Chain


Selected
Definitions

for the Market


Accessibility



Low Vision Impairment



Users of machines with little or no visual interfaces



Section 508



Disabled users such as visuall
y impaired and seniors



Security



Authenticated

application or systems access


Usability



VoIP

(Voice
-
over
-
Internet)


User
-
to
-
machine, user
-
to
-
user, machine
-
to
-
machine



Natural Voice Recognition



Automating

with machines using natural communication



Human
Sounding Voice & Prompts


Low
-
level concatenated voicing

and
capture



On
-
demand
look
-
up/searches



Enabling retrieval of information instantaneously



Virtual and Physical
O
bject
Interaction


Communication and interfacing with

databases
,
products, tags, par
ts, supplies.



Hands o
r Eyes
-
free Command & Response



Allowing physical
-
ba
sed input
from devices
(
like keyboards
,
keypads,
mouse, trackball
)

to become
less manually intensive



©Copyright 2004

-

2006

AMN Corp, All Rights Reserved.

Platforms



Visual Computing


Desktop
,

Workstation
,
Tablet, Laptop,
PDA
, Smartph
one
, Embedded

Devices



Audio Computing


Telephony, VoIP, Press
-
To
-
Speak, Walkie
-
Talkie



Multimodal


Cross
-
platforms with mixed reading/writing of media and object data

recognition


Business



Web & Internet



Mobili
ty



Data & Inventory

Warehousing



Automated

Con
trol
in

Manufacturing



Consumer awareness



Telemetry



Realtime business development and intelligence


Broader

Definitions for the Market


U.S. & International Reforms



Healthcare



Homeland Security



Space & Technology



e
-
Government


U.S. Markets



e
-
Business



e
-
Commerce


International Markets



Data
-
to
-
media
, media
-
to
-
data

conversion



Localization


Academics



Training



P
rivate and public education