“Being legally blind, I know that Speebly has the potential to improve the museum experience for all those with vision loss and print disabilities”
Chris Maley, CTO, Speebly
A museum is something that most people take for granted, but for those with vision loss or print disabilities, a big part of the museum experience is missing. Most exhibits rely heavily on printed text, wall mounted or otherwise, to provide context for an artifact, installation or art piece. To someone with a print disability or vision impairment, all of this context may be lost.
With Speebly, as visitors travel through a museum, with the app installed, they are able to ask their smartphone for support. For example, a visitor could ask “Hey Siri, ask the Museum of History about the Holocaust memorial”. The app would hear their request and respond. By leveraging “Hey Siri” or “Hey Google”, museum visitors can have an accessible, entirely hands-free audio-focused experience.
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If you are looking to support your teams with voice-first apps using Apple Watch, Speebly has you covered.
Speebly for Watch OS
Speebly for Watch OS allows enterprise users to have hands free access to enterprise data. A user can simply ask Siri a question and the interaction will be fulfilled by the Speebly app interacting with your enterprise’s APIs. Speebly supports continuous conversation mode so users can have a full back and forth conversation with the automated voice agent.
What kind of use cases does it support?
In short, anything you decide. The conversations of your enterprise voice agent are powered by Google’s Dialogflow conversational content management system. Make any changes you want and they are immediately available to the end user. In addition, you will get access to a rich set of metrics.
According to Venture Beat Asana is launching a new feature called Asana Voice.
Asana Voice will allow users to record audio via a voice memo and automatically transcribe it into an Asana task. So when they click to create a new task, users can simply hit the little microphone button that pops up to start recording.
Speebly can help you do this for your app or enterprise. Learn more at Speebly.com
The CDC reports that if you’re driving 55mph and take your eyes off the road for five seconds, for any reason, you will travel the distance of an entire football field. That’s 360 feet!
If you have workers that need to drive, your number one priority needs to be for them to keep their eyes on the road. So how do you do this when they need to get information and instructions from a computer (their phone)?
Hey Siri, where is my next delivery?
Siri and Google Assistant are opening ways for workers to get information while keeping their eyes on the road. But that is only the start. Siri might let them do one thing or check one message or set a timer, but how can they get real work done while driving?
It is like having a conversation with your phone
Speebly is piloting with key companies the ability to have field workers, whether they be behind the wheel or on a crane, to talk to their phones to get the information they need.
The service will allow users to have a full conversation, find out their next delivery, when it needs to be delivered, and everything else they need to know – all without ever looking at their phone – and always keeping their eyes on the road.
So your customers come to your display/ store/ office building and you want to have a smart speaker for them to interact with BUT you don’t want to dilute your brand or privacy with “Hey Alexa” or “Hey Google”.
Speebly is launching a line of custom smart speakers for businesses to use at their locations with full control over branding, user interaction and privacy.
White, blue, round, screw on a wall, hide in a display, hide in a wall, with your logo on it, start with a button or motion sensor, these are all options for your business’ branded smart speaker.
Talk to us about how you would use a smart speaker for work.