Motion capture is a technology that records and analyzes human movement in real-time for usage in a variety of industries. On the other hand, artificial intelligence (AI) is being used to create intelligent systems that can interpret and understand ergonomic data. In motion capture data, AI algorithms are able to identify patterns that reveal information about human movement and work efficiency.
Motion capture and AI are making some waves in the ergonomics industry—particularly when conducting ergonomics assessments. But how exactly can these two help you provide better solutions? For today’s episode, I had the opportunity to ask Quin Bond, the Director of Measurement and Evaluation Services at New Jersey Ergonomics, a number of questions about the use motion capture and AI for ergonomic assessments, and what are some things that you need to consider in order to get the best possible results.
Here are a few snippets for you:
→ [07:08] - Quin Bond’s background
→ [11:40] - Trends in ergonomics and what you need to look at
→ [17:04] - Ergonomic tools: Are they all the same?
→ [25:17] - Can you use motion capture software without the necessary expertise?
→ [27:45] - What AI can do
→ [38:30] - What you need to consider when using AI
→ [44:44] - Importance of training and transparency
Don’t miss this week’s episode! Listen here.
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