|Appendixes / Vocera Localization Suite|
Learn how the selected locale affects speech recognition, text-to-speech, and the Vocera genie.
Vocera uses localization packs for speech recognition and text-to-speech actions. The following table lists supported locales and corresponding localization suite.
|United States (US)||English US||English US||Jennifer, Dan|
|Singapore (SG)||English SG||English US||Jennifer, Dan|
|United Kingdom (UK)||English UK||English UK||George, Emma|
|Australia (AU)||English AUS/NZ||English UK||George, Emma|
|New Zealand (NZ)||English AUS/NZ||English UK||George, Emma|
|Canada (CA)||English US||English US||Jennifer, Dan|
|Landstuhl (Germany)||English US||English US||Jennifer, Dan|
|Malaysia||English SG||English US||Jennifer, Dan|
|United Arab Emirates (UAE)||English US||English US||Jennifer, Dan|
|Kingdom Saudi Arabia (KSA)||English US||English US||Jennifer, Dan|
|Qatar||English US||English US||Jennifer, Dan|
|Oman||English US||English US||Jennifer, Dan|
The binary representation of a learned command in Vocera database tables depends on the localization suite (and therefore the acoustic model) in use when the name or command is learned. When the Vocera system learns a name or keyword, it notes which localization suite is in use. Vocera keeps a separate set of learned names and keywords for each localization suite.