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Openstream's multimodal technology platform is based on Context Delivery Architecture (CoDA) and follows the open standards from the W3C ( and OSGi ( Central to the approach is the ability to adapt to the delivery and preference context of the users in facilitating interactions that are rich and meaningful. Following these design objectives, applications built using this context-aware technology platform will allow user-interaction through speech, gesture, type & tap.

Applications can be designed to leverage rich context-based interaction and peripheral accesss and will be able to adapt to the network-connectivity, presence and other ambient conditions.


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Context Delivery Architecture (CoDA)

Quality of Context: What It Is And Why We Need It

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W3C MMI Architecture

Multimodal Architecture and Interfaces - W3C Recommendation

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OSGi™ Alliance

OSGi™ - The Dynamic Module System for Java™

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EVA: Face of the Digital Workspace

EVA is a Virtual Assistant that gets to know you, your device, your location, your preferences & priorities, and intelligently adapts itself to deliver an “in-the-moment” personalized mobile experience.
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EVA for Financial Services

Openstream's “EVA for Financial Services” enables the delivery of rich mobile financial services applications across a variety of mobile devices and platforms for enterprise workforce and customers.
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EVA for Retail

Maximizing sales effectiveness and engaging with the consumers; “EVA for Retail”, enhances sales rep productivity; equips store assistants with valuable information; empower store managers with critical insights in to execution
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User interface has to adapt to the needs of growing dissemination of computing power in our everyday environment. Devices being used beyond the desktop, mobile wearable and pervasive computing has led to the users integrating computing..
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