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Expert profile: Anthony Mckay [ Mr ]

[ ID = 0917 ] Anthony Mckay [ Mr ] 
Name Mckay, Mr Anthony
Job Title Managing Director 
Organisation Telephonetics 
Address Hamilton House, 111 Marlowes 
Postal Code HP1 1BB 
City Hemel Hempstead 
Country United Kingdom 
Phone + +44 (0)1442 242 242
Fax + +44 (0)1442 242 123
Mobile
Email anthonym_(on)_telephonetics.co.uk [@ replaced for spam protection]
Organisation URL  
Personal URL  
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LanguagesEnglish
Specialism Speechtechnology:
Ambiguity
Application Software Development
Audio Indexing
Automated Natural Language Speech
Bespoke and Customised Solutions
Business Application of Speech Technology
Communication
Development and Implementation of Speech Technology Applications
Dialogic + Antares
Dialogue
Dialogue Modelling
Dialogue System Evaluation
dialogue systems
Digital Speech Processing
Embedded Systems
Endpoint Detection
Hidden Markov Models
Human Factors Engineering
Human Voice Understanding
Knowledge-based Speech Recognition
Natural Language Semantics
Naturalistic Spoken Language
Nuance into Telephony
Provision and integration of voice verification using phones and
internet
Question-Answering
Robust Speech Recognition
Robust Speech Understanding
Speaker identification
Speaker Recognition
Speech Applications
Speech Processing
Speech Recognition
Speech-Enabled IVR Systems
Telephony
Text to Speech in Telephony
Text-to-Phonetic Representation
Text-to-Speech
User Interface Design
Voice Activity Detection
Voice Identification
VoiceXML
Wizard-of-Oz experiments 
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Description: Telephonetics are the UK's leading provider of natural
   language speech recognition telephony solutions. Combining best of
   breed core technology and our experienced team of speech recognition
   experts and software developers enables us to develop custom
   applications to our customers exact requirements on time and on
   budget. We have deployed the most widely used speech recognition
   applications in the UK with systems ranging in size from just 2 lines
   to almost 1000 lines. Telephonetics - Making Sounds Business Sense

   Anthony McKay is an experienced developer within the Telephony market
   with over 15 years of experience.


   He started his career with Nortel as a software engineer working on
   design and development of advanced PBX systems primarily focused on
   the Norstar family of products.  After several years of leading the
   development team, Anthony moved into a product-marketing role to
   function as the liaison between the technical development and
   marketing efforts for a number of products.


   After leaving Nortel, he started an independent consulting practice
   focused on software development for companies such as EuroDisney,
   Octel, BT and Symbionics.  Specific projects included the development
   of an IVR Fax system for BT and development of the DECT (Digital
   Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications standards) while working with
   Symbionics.


   Anthony holds a Bachelor of Science in Computing and Electronics from
   Durham University.  In addition, he has earned a Diploma in Marketing
   from the Charted Institute of Marketing.  Anthony speaks at a number
   of call centre and voice recognition conferences.


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