Menu Close

Voice-activated AI system could improve construction worker safety, productivity and efficiency

Published by UWE News & Events Voice-activated AI system could improve construction worker safety, productivity and efficiency Construction workers could soon benefit from voice-activated technology that beams real-time audio instructions in their earpiece, and augmented reality (AR) graphics onto their helmet visor, thanks to technology being developed at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol). Using artificial intelligence (AI), the system will voice and display information, thereby removing the need for walkie-talkies or consulting hard copies of blueprints.The conversational AI technology is being developed by UWE Bristol’s Big Data Enterprise and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (Big-DEAL) alongside leading construction firms, which include Costain, Winvic Construction Ltd, TerOpta, Enable My…