Con Edison(ConEd) and Datch are implementing Datch’s voice AI technology withConEd’s field and planning teams. As a digital worker initiative, Datch is assisting the frontline workforce with knowledge retention and operational efficiency, through rapid and real-time conversational interactions. ConEd’s planners will be using Datch to capture work order requirements while in the field, with Datch integrating with their existing ERP system.
The Electric Power Research Institute's (EPRI) Incubatenergy® Labs program today announced Datch was selected as one of 20 startup companies that will conduct accelerated demonstrations of their technologies with utilities and EPRI as part of Incubatenergy Labs’ 2021 Cohort.
Datch has secured strategic investment from Boeing HorizonX. Datch’s advanced voice AI solution will be applied to the aerospace industry with applications across manufacturing, MRO, and airline maintenance.
When was the last time you reviewed a job, and the only information logged was "job done"? We believe that detailed documentation can be a part of getting the job done, without friction. With our latest update, front-line workers just need to hit the mic button and say their thoughts; information will automatically flow into a process ready to be digested.
Datch has announced its entry into the aerospace market through a cooperation with Boeing , Rolls Royce, GKN Aerospace, and the Aerospace Technology Institute. This initiative has been enabled through a program developed by the ATI Boeing Accelerator. The Datch team will be working on developing voice AI solutions for the industry, with applications across manufacturing, MRO, and airline maintenance.
Manufacturers, airlines, and airports all have one thing in common: they require knowledge data coming in from their workforces, consistently and accurately, while also balancing tool-time requirements, compliance, and data quality. Updating work orders, recording inspections, and completing safety reports and audits require time and effort, but with 400 million people now regularly engaging with voice tools in their day-to-day routines, voice AI has emerged as an elegant solution for solving this“input problem” for the frontline workforce.
Presented by: Datch in partnership with the Canadian Electricity Association (CEA)
Teconnex is a global leader in providing engineered clamping solutions for the emissions market while investing in new technology through our Product Diversification Programme. With facilities in four continents, our focus on continuous improvement has seen us diversify our production to meet the requirements of a number of industry sectors.
Datch, Inc has been awarded New York Power Authority’s Advancing Analytics Master Services Agreement (MSA) contract. The company’s flagship technology is a voice assistant application, built for the energy and utility industry, which will accelerate NYPA’s journey to becoming the nation’s first end-to-end digital utility. T
Energy production, transmission, and delivery are complex undertakings. Effective operations rely on high volume, accurate data coming from the field to ensure asset uptime, detailed systems of record, and safe workers. Your field employees are busy, they have their hands full, and they would rather be doing work than spending 20-30% of their time on important, but time-consuming data collection.
Datch is the first and most advanced AI interface for the mining industry, enabling workers to complete forms and checklists by simply talking through their tasks and observations in real-time. This webinar will go over how voice interfaces can be used by mining companies (and related service contractors) to document and search records faster and more accurately without stopping work. Voice AI makes workers' lives easier while improving safety and enhancing data quality submitted to the company's EAM or ERP system.
Manufacturing operations are complex and rely on high volume, accurate data coming from the frontline for continuous production and high levels of OEE. Your employees are busy, they have their hands full, and they would rather be working with their equipment than spending up to 20% of their time on important data collection.
Operations in the mining industry are complex and rely on high volume, accurate data coming from the field for continuous extraction, processing, and transport of minerals. Your field employees are busy, they have their hands full, and they would rather be doing work than spending up to 20% of their week on important data collection. Datch, the first and most advanced voice AI developed for the mining workforce. Datch enables workers to carry out company processes across different business units, such as notification raising, work order creation, real time history recording, safety logging, and more, all through simple conversational observations.
This webinar will go over how voice interfaces can be used by contractor employees to document and search records faster and more accurately, while continuing to remain focused on the job at hand. Voice AI makes employees' lives easier while also improving data quality and quantity submitted to the utility or client.
Introducing Datch's Process Builder. Datch Builder is a visual tool that converts your paper and digital workflows into voice-first processes. Assembling the process only takes a few minutes, with Datch automatically training your workflow so that it's ready to use once you log in.
Datch is an intelligent voice AI for industrial environments. It uses conversations to solve business process constraints, such as time spent on work orders, logging information, and solving problems during equipment breakdowns. Datch's voice-visual interface allows staff to capture high-quality, real-time knowledge data, recording live sequence-of-events in granular detail and resulting in improved root cause analysis, informed purchasing decisions, and data-driven business intelligence.
The focus of this new release was on improving the language and understanding of Datch. Alongside that we've also improved usability and ease of use with a new "tap to talk" feature.