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iTSpeeX’s Athena Voice-Activated Technology Simplifies Machine Programming

Voice-activated technology is able to listen to voice commands, provide instructional content, perform complex machine functions quickly and walk through vital checklists. 

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iTSpeeX’s Athena voice-activated technology

iTSpeeX’s Athena voice-activated technology 

The iTSpeeX’s Athena is a voice-activated technology developed to help machine tool builders provide more productive and efficient equipment to manufacturing companies that are always looking for ways to increase productivity.

The voice assistant interacts with machine tool operators via a machine’s existing control screen or a separate display. The company says Athena has more than 500 commands designed to make machine operators more independent and productive. It is able to listen to voice commands, provide instructional content, perform complex machine functions quickly and walk through vital checklists.

According to the company, Athena can help original equipment manufacturers and machine shop owners deal with the industry’s skilled worker shortage. The technology can be used to help simplify machine operation and reduce training costs, while giving end-users a friendly assistant that makes them more efficient and productive.

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