News from the Brainworks GmbH from 19 to 22 November 2008 shows the Berliner Brainworks GmbH at the Medica trade fair in Hall 15 stand A49 the latest products from the field of digital speech recognition and processing systems for doctors and hospitals. More than 100,000 visitors are expected at this year’s MEDICA 2008. Among the more than 4,000 exhibitors is also the Berlin Brainworks GmbH to find, which offers a glimpse into their product range to visitors at the booth A49 in Hall 15, and presents the latest trends in the field of digital speech recognition and vision systems. The technical highlights at the booth of Brainworks GmbH is the dictation system ProDictate which sets new standards in the field of digital speech recognition and processing options for doctors and clinics. With a completely new concept of user guidance and dictation management ProDictate offers an efficient dictation management solution. The dictation system ProDictate makes it through the use of a Web server to install software applications, hardware drivers and configurations on the individual PCs unnecessary. Which are all necessary drivers and software updates.Automatically transferring NET technology on the PC of the user.
The Brainworks GmbH cooperates in this area with the LISCON Informationstechnologie GmbH, which is based in Klagenfurt in Austria. LISCON thin clients will be represented also at the booth of Brainworks GmbH. Another highlight is the presentation of the dictation software ProMobile for the Nokia series and BlackBerry smartphones. We reduce our new software the effort and the necessary steps for the recording and processing of dictations using Smartphone for practices, law firms, hospitals and insurance companies easily and inexpensively\”, as Eduard Meiler, managing directors of Brainworks GmbH. after installation of the software can be easily recorded dictation about a simple menu guidance via the keypad or the mouse control, edited and sent. The previously Additionally necessary voice recorder to the Smartphone is thus no longer necessary.\” The Managing Director Eduard Meiler is convinced that the participation of his company at the MEDICA 2008 offers an interesting insight into the new developments of digital speech recognition and processing the responsible for IT departments of medical practices and hospitals.