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Australia’s Cybre Software recently won the Leading Innovation Award at the 6th Taipei International Invention Show and Technomart. The award was conferred by the International Intellectual Property Network Forum and presented to Cybre’s director Dr Richard Ski for his company’s Cybre Reader Pofessional software. The browser based computer program allows translation of MS Word documents, PDF files, web pages, text and emails into a spoken voice in a range of languages. The program supports all languages available in Nuance RealSpeak Speech Engine and allows users to translate written foreign language communications. Ski says it is simple enough for people with basic computer knowledge to use easily. Cybre Reader Professional has particular application to international trade, allowing users to make PowerPoint presentations in a foreign language and to clearly understand contractual agreements and documentation, or to improve their delivery of spoken communications. It can also be used in education and training. The program incorporates security features to protect intellectual property content to prevent it from being copied or used illegally. Additional security is available through Cybre’s encryption services. The International Intellectual Property Network Forum includes members from Taiwan, Korea, Sweden, Iran, Poland, Malaysia and Russia.

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