A Spix.SKILL is an interactive voice program that allows you to establish a dialogue between a user and your business applications on a technical area.
For example: the SKILL “Calculator” is able to understand questions like how much 2.2 -3.98 or give me 13% of 2359, on the technical field of calculation.
A SKILL is therefore a unitary function of Vocal Assistance proposed by Spix.
For example, validating a task is a SKILL, piloting a stopwatch is a SKILL.
In order to integrate it with your business applications, a Spix SKILL is characterized by:
Spix’s Vocal Assistance Services (Unit SKILLS) are categorized according to their activity category.
A demonstration of SKILLS integration into IBM Maximo’sGMAO tool.
The principle: the operator cannot see his screen, he performs all his operations by being guided by Spix Vocal Assistance services (SKILLS) and verifies his report at the very end of the intervention.
A quality control operator from Vallourec,performs all of its manual interventions with the help of SKILLS integrated into the DLS application(Digital Log Sheet) developed in-house.
The operator keeps his hands free to perform his tasks, he vocally states the results of his measurements, and Spix transmits them to the DLSbusiness application.
A demonstration of Spix.SKILLS in English for media manipulation (photo helping to achieve a stain), and measurement reading by voice.
The demonstration is made in the context of an industrial fair in Hanover, Germany. The fairs are noisy and therefore representative of the industrial environments concerned.
Operational use of Spix.SKILLS for tunnelling driver Shift Reportgeneration.
Spix SKILLS are integrated into Bouygues Construction’s existing business application and allow the tunneller driver to generate his daily report by voice without leaving his control post.