SEPTAlking: voice command SEPTA schedule tool launches [VIDEO DEMO]

[tech]mZHQtE3nWV8[/tech] A tool that allows users to call in for voice activated SEPTA schedule updates has launched. Called SEPTAlking and built by Voxeo Labs developer Mark Headd, the tool is particularly suited for those who drive from homes or work to a SEPTA train station and need to confirm train arrivals, departures and delays. The […]

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A tool that allows users to call in for voice activated SEPTA schedule updates has launched.
Called SEPTAlking and built by Voxeo Labs developer Mark Headd, the tool is particularly suited for those who drive from homes or work to a SEPTA train station and need to confirm train arrivals, departures and delays.
The tool also has text and IM functionality. To give it a try, users can call or text (215) 987-5418 and be prompted for details. The project uses Tropo, a service from Headd’s West Coast-based Voxeo. Currently, it is focused on the regional rail.
Visit the SEPTAlking.com website here.
Headd began developing the project at the Apps for SEPTA hackathon that he helped organize and Technically Philly co-sponsored. He also demoed SEPTAlking to a roomful of amused SEPTA executives at a recent event.
Headd says he plans to continue to develop the project and seeks feedback on improvements or bugs.

Companies: Voxeo
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