Audio Analytic

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Audio Analytic
Private
Industry Software, Embedded
Founded Cambridge, UK (2010 (2010)) Series A Investment
Founder Dr. Christopher Mitchell (CEO)
Headquarters Cambridge, UK
Key people
Dr. Robert Swann (chairman) Alphamosaic, Amy Weatherup (director)
Website www.audioanalytic.com

Audio Analytic is a British company that has developed a patented sound recognition software framework called ai3 which provides technology with the ability to understand context through sound. This framework includes an embeddable software platform that can react to a range of sounds such as smoke alarm & CO alarms, window breakage, baby cry and dogs barking. Aimed at consumer technology, Audio Analytic's software can be embedded into a wide range of intelligent devices in the home, out and about, or in the car. It is hardware agnostic and designed to run on-device and not in the cloud.

The company was based on University PhD research with seed investment from EEDA (East of England Development Agency) and local Angel investors.

The company’s investors include Cambridge Angels, Rockspring, Martlets, Cambridge Investment Capital and IQ Capital Partners.

Launched products[edit]

Audio Analytic’s product is called ai3 which is embedded on a device along with an assortment of sound profiles that the software can recognise:

  • Window break
  • Smoke & CO alarms
  • Baby cry
  • Dog bark
  • Anomaly detection

Development milestones[edit]

Sales and application design headquarters in Cambridge, UK

  • 2010 Audio Analytic secured early seed funding from Cambridge Angels.
  • 2011 Audio Analytic announces the version one release of its professional security products Glass Break, Aggression, Car Alarm and Gunshot.
  • 2012 Audio Analytic features in White Paper from Texas Instruments
  • 2013 Audio Analytic announces the version one release of its consumer products including Smoke and CO alarms and Baby Cry.
  • 2014 Audio Analytic Wins International Award for Consumer Electronics
  • 2014 Closed seed funding to raise $1.3 million from Cambridge Angels;
  • 2015 Range of smart home customers announce products featuring their Sound Recognition System.
  • 2015 Close Series A funding to raise $1.4 million from Cambridge Angels, Cambridge Innovation Capital and IQ Capital Partners.
  • 2017 Close Series A funding round to raise $5.5m from Cambridge Innovation Capital, IQ Capital, Rockspring, Cambridge Angels and Martlet.

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