On April 28th from 9:00-1:00 ET, we'll be hosting a workshop with member of the Fraunhofer Society. If you want to register, follow this link.
We've organized a workshop along with some folks from the Fraunhofer Society for everyone who's interested in using voice in the lab. During the 4-hour event, we'll cover a range of topics, including various use cases and, perhaps most excitingly, using voice to direct Kevin, Fraunhofer's mobile robot.
The workshop will be led by members of the LabVoice team, as well as members of the Fraunhofer's Innovation Center for Laboratory Automation, or nICLAS for short. nICLAS brings together manufacturers, users, and researchers for interdisciplinary exchange of ideas on lab automation technology and processes.
Here's the official agenda:
03:00 – 03:20 PM CEST – Welcome & Useful Things for the Workshop
03:20 – 03:40 PM CEST – Introduction to Voice Recognition
03:40 – 06:15 PM CEST – Interactive Session & Discussion:
o Topics and areas where the use of voice recognition can be beneficial
o Presentation of real-life examples; use cases in the lab environment
o Interactive polls, votes, and many more…
06:15 – 07:00 PM CEST – Closing and Take Home Messages
If you'd like to register for the workshop, please visit the registration page here.
And, if you're interested in learning more about the nICLAS team, visit their website or contact Michael Langner, nICLAS's Project Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.