MITIGATING THE EFFECTS OF A TERRIBLE LANGUAGE
Right around the time my oldest child started bringing home spelling tests every week, I traveled from my home in the US to Prague for a series of meetings. There, I joined a team made up of citizens from seven different countries, each with their own native language. Luckily for me, (perhaps because of me, likely the only monolingual participant in the room), we chose English as the common language. It was during this trip that I fully realized, English is terrible.
EXPLORING THE FRACTURED RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INTENT AND RESULTS IN THE SOFTWARE WORLD
TECHNOLOGY IN THE WORKPLACE MUST RESPECT THESE CORE VALUES.
While many variations exist, three attributes recurred frequently enough such that I now consider them the central pillars of an effective hands-on workforce. As with any core principle, a company who values these attributes will measure, encourage, and continually strive to improve in these areas.
Simply put, they are: safety, accuracy and efficiency.
A significant aspect of the LogistiVIEW solution is enabling workforce excellence. The remainder of this post will examine each of these three pillars in more detail.
LOGISTIVIEW EXPLORES THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CLOUD, BIG DATA AND INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT)
In this entry, we will examine synergies among the three most prominent technology buzzwords today, and introduce a new one that is right up in our wheelhouse.
IDENTIFYING WEARBLES FOR THE EFFORTLESS HUMAN INTERFACE
As the marketplace grows with new entries in the "wearables" category, we at LogistiVIEW submit the following checklist. We use it to determine which VIEW devices are truly capable of implementing our notion of an Effortless Human Interface.
WITH AUGMENTED REALITY, THE "EFFORTLESS HUMAN INTERFACE" FUNDAMENTALLY CHANGES THE HUMAN / COMPUTER RELATIONSHIP.
At LogistiVIEW, one of our core values is this: We hate "users."
HOW AUGMENTED REALITY WILL TRANSFORM ENTERPRISE LOGISTICS
In the earliest iterations, the systems issued their task instructions via printed reports. Operators would carry them on clipboards and write down information along the way. Task completion acknowledgements would later be entered back into the system by that mysterious department called “Data Processing.”