Seth Patin, CEO of LogistiVIEW recently discussed how warehouse workers can be faster, safer, and more accurate this holiday season thanks to LogistiVIEW’s Connected Worker Platform. The feature article in AutomationMedia.com explains how the technology combines Augmented Reality (AR), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Computer Vision, on smart glasses to enable workers to make the best, most informed decisions that reduce errors and increase accuracy across order fulfillment.
By Seth Patin, Founder and CEO of LogistiVIEW, featured in Manufacturing Tomorrow
This holiday season, the rapid growth between Thanksgiving Day and Cyber Monday will help e-commerce merchants attain the $150 billion sales level two weeks earlier this season than just two years ago, in 2017. Every day from November 1 through December 21 will exceed $1.5 billion in e-commerce sales. It is June 2019; there is still time for managers of warehouses, distribution centers (DCs), and 3PLs (third party logistics) firms to ensure this season workers will be faster, safer, and more accurate thanks to workforce Augmented Reality (AR).
By Seth Patin, Founder and CEO of LogistiVIEW, featured on AutomationMedia.com
WMS (Warehouse Management Systems) solutions are good at managing information, but not truly intuitive for the floor worker. This is primarily because lines of text are not the best way to tell someone how to do work; humans respond best to visual instructions. For that reason, most companies discuss on-boarding and training in terms of days, or worse yet, weeks.
Augmented reality, artificial intelligence, and smart glasses: ‘VIEW’ technology for the 2019 holiday season
By Seth Patin, Founder and CEO, LogistiVIEW featured in Robotics and Automation
Warehouse workers can be faster, safer, and more accurate this holiday season. LogistiVIEW’s “Visual Input Enabled Wearable” (VIEW) technology improves workforce productivity and job satisfaction by making processes hands free and eyes focused. Intuitive voice and visual instructions make work easy and training rapid. These benefits can all be accomplished in time for the 2019 holiday season thanks to LogistiVIEW’s Connected Worker Platform.
3PL will experiment with supply chain tech like mobile robots, autonomous vehicles, smart glasses, WMS software. Third party logistics provider (3PL) Kenco Logistics will expand its innovation lab into a dedicated warehouse facility where researchers can test novel fulfillment approaches ranging from drones and robots to augmented reality and the internet of things (IoT), the firm said Tuesday.