Digital assistance systems for robot control in manufacturing
Due to the rapid spread in everyday life and the great acceptance among users, digital assistants are becoming an omnipresent part of our lives. The success of the intelligent assistants is attributed to the intuitive user interface. Language should be regarded as the most natural form of communication between man and machine. The voice interface allows a casual and easy use of devices even for inexperienced and less tech-savy users. Owing to the complexity of natural language, speech-based assistance systems for control and communication in manufacturing have not been used so far. The objective of the Debuti project is to research the current status of voice-controlles assistance systems in manufacturing, to desing and implement a demonstrator for the control of a robot bysuch an assistant, and to prepare a research project for the use of digital, voice-controlled assistance systems in manufacturing.
April 2019 to December 2019
This measure is co-financed with tax revenues on the basis of the budget adopted by the Saxon State Parliament.