The origin story

Inspired by personal experiences to connect across language barriers, Waverly Labs was founded in 2014 at the convergence of wearable technology and speech translation. In 2016 we debuted Pilot, the first smart earbuds with live translation, selling over 35k units and $8MM in gross sales. Now we’re ready to introduce the Ambassador.

Join the journey.
Our team is already off to a great start.
35K
Units Ordered
15
Languages Available
$8MM
In Pilot Orders
42
Dialects Available
To bridge global communications by building a world without language barriers.

With the Ambassador, the team ushers in a new generation of live translation technology. One that caters to professionals who need a highly accurate live translation tool that can be shared, can capture conversations at broader range, and can be connected and activated in a few clicks.

Andrew Ochoa
Ceo
English
Oversees all business operations and sales / marketing strategies
Sergio Delrio Diaz
VP OF PRODUCT
Spanish
Manages the Pilot earpiece and translation system strategy, including design engineering and manufacturing (DFMA)
Nicholas Ruiz
SPEECH TRANSLATION ADVISOR
English
PhD, Computer Science, Speech Translation
Speech translation development strategies and long-term planning for the pilot translation software
Georgiy Konovalov
SENIOR SOFTWARE ENGINEER
Russian
Manages the development of the mobile applications and the integration of the speech translation engine
Alisher Agzamov
BACK-END DEVELOPER
Russian
Server-side application architecture, implementing endpoints, and administration of all servers
Alexis Creuzot
iOS DEVELOPER
French
Mobile iOS application and integrating of the speech translation engine

Being lost in translation has happened to everyone; today it’s history.

We combine the latest advances in speech recognition, machine translation and wearable technology to help people converse without language barriers.

See how it all got started.

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