Even with the advancement of automation technology, manual operations will always play a significant role in bringing product to market. In fact, ergonomics will likely play an even greater role as the level of human to machine interaction becomes more pervasive in the manufacturing environment.
The latest release of our human simulation product, Jack 7.1, promotes smarter decisions, faster and for a wider variety of scenarios than ever before.
From new anthropometric databases to enhancements for seated postures and disembodied hands, Jack 7.1 increases the speed and accuracy of your ergonomic analysis.
Take a look at how Jack delivers enhanced posture prediction for seated activities, how disembodied hands increase the speed and accuracy of analyzing reach into tight spaces and how we’ve streamlined measurement and object placement with enhancements to our measurement tool in this short video:
With this release of Jack, we’re bringing some critical enhancements to our user community that increases the speed and accuracy of completing ergonomics studies while supporting a greater number of workplace scenarios.