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A large sum of people all over the globe can’t always detect crucial sounds from their environments for reasons such as hearing impairments, listening to music through headphones, on the phone and much more, where some of these sounds could even be life threatening.

The Braci Team have developed a solution which is capable of detecting a wide range of sounds which are then pushed as easily understood notifications through a smart device. Hearing impaired people can rely on Braci as a Smart Ear, as it functions through recognizing and analyzing sounds from their surroundings and then converting these into a variety of vibrations, notifications, and flashing lights.

Braci detects sounds through recognition of the sound itself instead of the traditional method of receivers and transmitters. Braci was only capable of accomplishing this after creating a unique and patented fingerprint to each sound. This detection method has allowed braci to excel with all of its features; Braci the smart ear is a portable, affordable, customizable, easy to use, and it doesn’t require any internal infrastructural change of the users building or allocation of sensors. Additionally, it can detect any fire alarm sound (international).

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