Audio Analytic

Audio Analytic

Audio Analytic is the pioneer of artificial audio intelligence, which is enabling a new generation of smart products to hear and react to the sounds around us.

Telephone: +44 (0)1223 909 305
Address: 2 Quayside, Cambridge
Postcode: CB5 8AB
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.audioanalytic.com
Membership type:Professional Individual and Corporate < 5 (£50+VAT pa)

Audio Analytic is the pioneer of artificial audio intelligence, which is enabling a new generation of smart products to hear and react to the sounds around us.

The company uses advanced, patented machine listening algorithms, and an extensive library of real-world data to build accurate profiles for valuable sounds.

Through ai3™, its flexible, embedded software platform, Audio Analytic partners with innovative consumer tech firms all around the world to integrate this intelligent capability in a wide range of innovative products.
The company is based in Cambridge, UK and Palo Alto, USA.

People at Audio Analytic work in software engineering, product management, information systems, sales, administration and management. For further information or to apply for a vacancy, please see the list below and select the relevant job. If you don’t see a vacancy that exactly matches your skills and experience, but you’re exceptionally talented, we’d love to hear from you – please contact jobs@audioanalytic.com

Tiny ML

Supercharging AI at the intelligent edge

Today, chip designer Arm has announced its Helium technology. Audio Analytic can reveal that its already lean sound recognition software (ai3™) will be at least 50% faster when running on chips based on the new Armv8.1-M architecture.

15 February 2019Read in full

Supercharging AI at the intelligent edge

Why Arm’s new Helium technology matters

Dr Dominic Binks, VP Technology at Audio Analytic. writes: We are often asked if we accelerate using NEON on Arm. The answer we give is perhaps seen as odd, but for us, optimizing for NEON is a rather academic exercise...

15 February 2019Read in full

CES 2019

CES: chaotic, connected, competitive

By its very nature CES is a chaotic week. Long days, bright lights and a lack of natural air make it an exhaustive attack on the senses. But the halls were also chaotic in both structure and attendees, which highlights just how competitive and fragmented each sector within consumer electronics is.

21 January 2019Read in full

Battery

Battery-powered devices benefit from a sense of hearing

Battery-powered consumer electronics will soon benefit from the AI sense of hearing thanks to a partnership between Audio Analytic, Vesper and Ambiq Micro.

3 January 2019Read in full

Frontier Smart Technologies

Audio Analytic partners with Frontier to bring you smarter smart speakers

Audio Analytic demonstrated its sound recognition software running on Frontier Smart Technologies’ smart speaker reference platform as part of its intelligent home showcase at CES 2019.

21 December 2018Read in full

Global AI Awards

Audio Analytic wins ‘Best use of AI for the Senses’ at The Global AI Awards

At last night’s Global Annual Achievement Awards for Artificial Intelligence, Audio Analytic was announced as the winner of the Best Use of AI for the Senses.

12 December 2018Read in full

Street scene

Everybody needs good neighbours

At this year’s CES, smart home leaders Ring (pre-Amazon acquisition) and Vivint had booths opposite each other, both promoting the same great concept – smart neighbourhood watch

8 October 2018Read in full

circuit board in the shape of a heart on a red background

Tech titans and AI to disrupt healthcare

Health and wellbeing looks set to be the next battleground for consumer tech companies.

1 October 2018Read in full

photo of the button-like Hive Hub 360 against wood

In the nick of time for homeowners – Hive Hub 360 receives police accreditation

The latest gloomy figures from the Office for National Statistics shows a nine per cent increase in burglary offences across England & Wales. No better time then for Centrica’s Hive branded smart home products, including the uber-smart Hive Hub 360, to receive police accreditation for crime prevention.

25 September 2018Read in full

DCASE logo

Audio Analytic sponsors DCASE 2018

DCASE (Detection and Classification of Acoustic Scenes and Events) is the world’s leading peer-based sound recognition community, encouraging academia and industry to collaborate and share research on the detection and classification of acoustic scenes and events.

14 September 2018Read in full

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18/02/2019

Data Engineer

At Audio Analytic we’ve built a market for artificial audio intelligence within the high-volume consumer electronics sector, and...

Location: Cambridge
Salary: Competitive
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07/02/2019

Graduate Embedded Software Engineer

At Audio Analytic we’ve built a market for artificial audio intelligence within the high-volume consumer electronics sector, and...

Location: Cambridge
Salary: Competitive
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23/01/2019

Platforms Software Engineer

At Audio Analytic we’ve built a market for artificial audio intelligence within the high-volume consumer electronics sector, and...

Location: Cambridge
Salary: Competitive
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18/01/2019

Quality Assurance Engineer

At Audio Analytic we’ve built a market for artificial audio intelligence within the high-volume consumer electronics sector, and...

Location: Cambridge
Salary: Competitive
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18/01/2019

Research Engineer

As part of AALabs, the company’s R&D division, you will contribute to researching and evaluating new algorithms to push the limi...

Location: Cambridge
Salary: Competitive
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18/01/2018

Senior Research Engineer

As part of AALabs, the company’s R&D division, you will contribute significant expertise and leadership to researching and evalu...

Location: Cambridge
Salary: Competitive
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