Dan DeAlmeida joins us to share how LabVoice is making scientists more productive and how you can use voice technology to streamline working processes.
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Using voice to make scientists more productive
We always say that voice is quicker. That it can help you be more productive. Nowhere is this more relevant than in the workplace.
LabVoice has been working with scientists in the lab using voice technology to streamline processes and help scientists be more productive.
It has it’s own custom smart speaker that sits in a lab environment and enables scientists to work entirely hands-free. Not only does it provide guidance throughout conducting experiments, but it also records results and integrates into a line of business system where the results are stored. It’s used as a dictator, too, reducing the need for additional staff, and incorporates a scanner for easy recognition and confirmation of samples.
In this episode, we’re joined by Dan DeAlmeida, Director of Product Management at LabVoice to delve into the details of how LabVoice was created, and how you can do something similar to improve your processes using voice technology.
Learn how to figure out where voice can help, how to design voice experiences for narrow, specific use cases, how to approach in-field testing, and how to choose and develop the right technology to bring it to life.