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Partners of the VOICE Project

The VOICE Project's Partners participate to and co-ordinate the activities of the VOICE Project, Accompanying Measure of the Telematics Applications Programme, and of the VOICE Forum. The aim of the latter is to provide the Partners with their experience and suggestions in all the aspects related to voice and deafness.

CEE Joint Research Center of the European Commission
Institute for Systems, Informatics and Safety
Co-ordinator of the VOICE Project

[Kepler University of Linz Austria] Kepler University
Institute for Computer Science, Educational Endeavour Computer Science for the Blind
Collaborates to all the activities of the VOICE Project, with particular care for the aspects of interest for the blind too

[FBL] FBL Software House
In charge of the development of the prototype demonstrator, following the guidelines received from JRC-ISIS.
FBL is strictly related to SoftSol Software House, financial co-ordinator of the VOICE Project

[Alfa]A.L.F.A
Associazione Lombarda Famiglie Audiolesi
(Regional Association for the Families of the hearing impaired)
Collaborates to the definition of the user needs and the validation of the prototype demonstrator, more particularly for the activities related to education and integration of deaf children in the ordinary school

[Comunicare  Vivere] CECOEV

Centro Comunicare Vivere
(Communication is Life Centre)
Collaborates to the definition of the user needs and the validation of the prototype demonstrator, more particularly for the activities related to television subtitling

[Institute for Auditory and Visual Training]

Institut fr Hr- und Selbindung (IHSB)
(Institute for Auditory and Visual Training)
Collaborates to the definition of the user needs and the validation of the prototype demonstrator, more particularly for the activities related to education of deaf children in the special school.


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