Interactive Voice Response
Interactive technology that allows a computer to detect voice and keypad inputs.
IVR technology is used extensively in telecommunications, but is also being introduced into automobile systems for hands-free operation.
Current deployment in automobiles revolves around satellite navigation, audio and mobile phone systems.
In telecommunications, IVR allows customers to access a company’s database via a telephone touchtone keypad or by speech recognition,
after which they can service their own enquiries by following the instructions.
IVR systems can respond with pre-recorded or dynamically generated audio to further direct users on how to proceed.
IVR systems can be used to control almost any function where the interface can be broken down into a series of simple menu choices
Short Message Service (SMS) a communication service standardized in the GSM mobile communication system, using standardized communications protocols allowing the interchange of short text messages between mobile telephone devices.
Enterprise Info Services
Education Info Services
Vehicles Location Services
Health Info Services
Travel Info Services
Fun & Entertainment Services
Shopping & Automation Services
Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) is a standard way to send messages that include multimedia content to and from mobile phones.
It extends the core SMS (Short Message Service) capability which only allowed exchange of text messages up to 160 characters in length.
The most popular use is to send photographs from camera-equipped handsets, although it is also popular as a method of delivering ringtones.
Ring-back Tone (RBT) is the song or sound that is heard on the telephone line by the calling party after dialing and prior to the call being answered at the receiving end.
This tone assures the calling party that a ringing signal is being sent on the called party’s line, although the ring-back tone may be out of sync with the ringing signal. A personalized version of RBT is known as Caller Ringback Tone (CRBT).