Unlock the Power of Your Voice with Our Cutting-Edge Recording System

At Vocalgebra, we present an unparalleled medical-grade recording system meticulously designed for precise analysis of your voice. Our state-of-the-art technology captures every nuance, ensuring accurate and reliable results for diagnostic purposes.

Why Choose Vocalgebra?

  • Superior Accuracy: Our system guarantees high-fidelity recordings, providing clinicians with critical insights into your vocal health.
  • Unmatched Reliability: Count on our clinical-quality recording system to deliver consistent and dependable data, empowering healthcare professionals in making informed decisions.
  • Streamlined Experience: With a simple click, you gain access to a world of medical-grade voice analysis. Just hit the contact button to get started. Our representative will reach out to you and help you to select the proper hardware and

After contacting us, a dedicated representative will reach out to assist you in obtaining the hardware and guide you through the seamless process of harnessing vocal biomarkers.

Embrace the future of voice analysis with Vocalgebra. Contact us now to explore the possibilities.

I want to try vocal biomarkers

  • The software Dysarthria Analyzer is being tested in a clinical practice since July 2017
  • The app is tailored to the needs of clinicians based on the feedback from users worldwide (Europe, America, Asia)
  • The algorithms for analysis are transparent, and well-described in publications
  • I want a free demo version for registered users:

Selected awards

  • CTU Rector’s Prize for publication Speech biomarkers in rapid eye movement sleep behaviour disorder and Parkinson’s disease by Jan Rusz and Jan Hlavnička et al. (2022)
  • CTU Rector’s Prize for excellent dissertation thesis by Jan Hlavnička (2020)
  • Joseph Fourier Prize in computer science (2nd prize) for excellence in performance computing, artificial intelligence and edge computing (Jan Hlavnička, 2020)
  • Discovery Award for contribution to the extraordinary shift in the field of medicine (Jan Rusz, 2015)