Otosense, start-up specializing in sound recognition, acquired by Analog Devices

by bold-lichterman

The start-up Otosense, specializing in sound recognition, based in the United States and founded by Sébastien Christian has been acquired by Analog Devices, an American company specializing in semiconductors and listed on the Nasdaq.

The information was revealed by PentaBlog, the blog of Pentalabbs which participated in the development of Otosense through a Techno for Equity agreement.

Give meaning to sounds

Contacted by the editorial staff, Otosense declined to comment on the information. Sébastien Christian now holds the position of Product Line Director at Analog Devices. OtoSense was founded in 2014.

The company has developed sound recognition technology. Its technology aims in particular to improve the safety and independence of people with hearing disabilities. ” Otosense is an infrastructure software company offering a deep-learning based sound recognition platform », Explains the company in one of its press releases. She talks about software that allows you to give “ a meaning to sounds “.