AREA member RealWear has created a hands free head-mounted tablet the HMT-1. The HMT-1 is a discreet small screen, hands free, head-mounted tablet that is designed to be worn with an industrial helmet for workers in the field, factory or warehouse without obstructing the user’s vision.
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An article on Computer World discusses an Augmented Reality trial that DHL Supply Chain, a logistics company, is testing with an Australian client to evaluate the benefits of AR in warehouse operations.
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AREA member Upskill announced another successful pilot at GE Aviation using the company’s Skylight platform on Glass Enterprise Edition.
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DHL augmented reality logistics
A press release issued August 31 2016 announces that DHL Supply Chain, part of Deutsche Post DHL Group (and a US leader in logistics), is rolling out the next phase of its Vision Picking Program.
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Fulfilling customer orders at a warehouse, or order picking, can be costly. A well-known study on warehouse management cited the typical costs of order picking as being nearly 20% of all logistics costs and up to 55% of the total cost of warehousing. The use of technology to streamline
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DHL augmented reality logistics
This post on the Talking Logistics blog starts with a very concise and useful definition of Augmented Reality and clarifies how it is different from Virtual Reality.
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When it was introduced in February 2013, Google Glass 1.0 was far ahead of its time. Consumers and developers identified many issues that needed to be addressed and, although some have adopted the hardware, it was deemed unsuitable for widespread use by consumers or enterprise customers.
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Vuzix® Corporation, a leading supplier of Video Eyewear and Smart Glasses products in the consumer, commercial and entertainment markets, announced that the logistics automation firm, PCData, has integrated Smartpick AR into its PCData's Distrib XE Module and branded it as Distrib AR
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