CURIOUS HOW DISTRIBUTION CENTERS ARE BRINGING AUGMENTED REALITY (AR) VISUALS PLUS VOICE TO THEIR OPERATIONS?
Get an in-depth look at LogistiVIEW customer, Peter Millar's, implementation in this case study. A detail-packed, 21-page step by step look at their implementation, this case study gives a 360 degree view of this customer’s rapid journey to AR-operations live for peak season rush.
UPGRADE YOUR WAREHOUSE WITHOUT CHANGING YOUR EXISTING SYSTEMS
In today’s world, change is the only constant. To meet it head on, distribution centers are making radical changes to their operations thanks to Augmented Reality visuals plus voice.
Peter Millar’s Operations Director and more explain why bottle-necked conveyors lead them in search of urgent solution to add DC capacity – and how LogistiVIEW allowed them to change the outcome of peak season.
FOR COMPANIES THAT RELY ON THE HOLIDAYS, THE CLOCK IS TICKING TO BLACK FRIDAY AND THE HOLIDAY SEASON
One thing is very clear: consumer expectations of excellent e-commerce fulfillment are on the rise. Distribution and fulfillment is the critical last step of the perfectly executed holiday push and the next 90 days will make all the difference in being ready. The time to prepare is now.
PROGRESS WITHOUT PAIN IS A REASONABLE EXPECTATION
At a previous employer, my colleague in software product management had a mantra, “never apologize for making progress.” This simple axiom was applied whenever we, as a software vendor, had to impose upon the customer base to accept changes, sometimes painful, if the reasons were good.
IS YOUR TECHNOLOGY GETTING TO KNOW ALL ABOUT YOU?
Naturally, the family is intensively peppering Alexa with questions - a real "getting to know you" phase. As a father and a technologist, this is the part that kicks my protectiveness into high gear.
A BLUESY APPROACH TO SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
EXPLORING THE FRACTURED RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INTENT AND RESULTS IN THE SOFTWARE WORLD
TECHNOLOGY MEETS THE ENTERPRISE FOR 2 DAYS IN BOSTON
PRIVACY AND SECURITY WITH WORKPLACE AR
Amateur cinematography in the workplace is a serious concern. Regardless of intent, workplace images can reveal proprietary information or invade the privacy of the human workforce.
In addition to consumer devices like smart phones, more workplace devices are now equipped with camera / video capabilities. Tablets, high-end handheld computers and wearable technology, such as our own VIEW devices, all boast video imaging as a core feature.
This post considers some implications of vision-based technology in a working environment.
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.