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7/23/2019

Athena Reduces Time and Investment Required to Train Novice Machinists

Originally titled 'Assistant Technology Reduces Machinist Training Time'
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EMO 2019: Athena is a universal, voice-operated assistant technology specifically designed for manufacturing work.

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Athena is a universal, voice-operated assistant technology specifically designed for manufacturing environments. The assistant technology’s goal is to empower workers by providing a simple, common interface. The company says Athena reduces time and investment required to train novice machinists.

The product comes with both hardware (headset, computer and connecting peripherals) and software to enable basic interaction on select OEM platforms. Athena can control the machine, request status reports, calculate key measurements and coach operators on a range of processes and activities.

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