|Full name:||VoiceXML Trial for an Open Source Reference Implementation|
|Start date:||2002. 01. 03.|
|End date:||2003. 30. 08.|
|Cost:||1.042 million EURO|
VoiceXML is a standardisation effort for telephony based IVR (interactive voice repsonse) applications, such as voice mailboxes, ticket reservation, car sharing, chat or payment services, etc.
PublicVoiceXML is both the name of a software package and the name of a trial project with European community radios, who will be evaluating VoiceXML technology through their umbrella organisation AMARC.
PublicVoiceXML is a voice response application which integrates voice services with data services and frees the authors of VXML from low level programming providing infrastructure to implement phone based interface for web and application interaction.