♿ People with disabilities
People with disabilities or limited abilities now will have more comfort in engineering and other fields.
Using Speech-To-Text and Text-To-Speech allows to build new interfaces for the persons who can see bad or not see at all. CAD software naturally is suggested to be mostly visual-interaction software. So there’s no need to cut-out these people from making of new things.
Loosing limbs shouldn’t prevent us too from design process anymore.
📱 Mobile devices with limited UI area
Limited space on the screens of mobile devices does not allow to perform comfortable interactions for engineering or data management.
Keep your hands for much more important things 👐.
🗣️ Non-strict interactions
Don’t learn your CAD hard. Just say what you want to get.
💻 Command line interface
Every year one more command prompt in CAD/PDM dies.
👓 Virtual reality devices
Really limited area for hands-driven controllers ⌨️🖱️ easily expanded by speech-interactions.
🏧 POS terminals
Restricted and vandal-resistant interfaces.
You don’t have to be chained to your computer or be limited just by recorded video.
Wide database of terms allows to change interaction language on a fly without updating of overall system.