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  • Steve McCoy

Virtual Assistants for Lab Automation

Wondering how your automation labs will benefit from scientific voice assistants? We've compiled some of the ways that LabVoice customers have overcome headaches & challenges with their systems.


Teaching Arm Positions


The Challenge: Operators must walk back and forth between computer and arm, or have a colleague become a "human robot", typing commands as they're relayed to them.


The Solution: Operators can use an integrated assistant to "Lock" and "Unlock" the robotic arm.


Ergonomics & Set-Up


The Challenge: Scientists must return to the system's PC to access needed information.


The Solution: With a virtual assistant, scientists can request any information from the system's data from wherever they are in the room - or outside of it!


Plates & Samples


The Challenge: Recalling plate positions or sample information can be challenging, especially when your hands are full.


The Solution: The user can request this information through voice, allowing them to keep their hands full and continue working.


System Status


The Challenge: Systems often cannot provide real-time notifications for errors or status updates when the user is remote.


The Solution: LabVoice can provide real-time system updates and error notifications while the user is remote.


Process Execution


The Challenge: Relearning a non-routine process can be difficult or time-consuming.


The Solution: LabVoice provides real-time instructions and can handle deviations or samples.

Interested in learning more about these use cases, or have some ideas of your own? Contact us at info@labvoice.ai. And always be sure to give us a follow on LinkedIn!

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