Alison Walker, Head of Marketing for Picavi US, the award-winning provider of pick-by-vision solutions, was a recent guest on Women and Manufacturing (WAM) podcast. This episode was hosted by Lydia Di Liello, the CEO and founder of Capital Pricing Consultants. Listen here for the full interview.
Walker shared that Picavi will be exhibiting at MODEX 2022 and the increasing role of Google glasses and artificial intelligence, digital twins, and machine learning are changing the distribution and e-retail fulfillment sectors. She also noted how a super-fast learning curve on the product makes it ideal for temporary and new workers.
About The WAM Podcast
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Current vs. Future State of Warehouse Picking
Whether warehouse or distribution center, the current state of picking remains problematic. These challenges grow more serious as picking migrates to e-retail fulfillment. The metrics and justification of Google Glasses, as a picking methodology, must include a constant, iterative, and continuous process improvement system. This requirement defines the future state of warehouse picking; only Picavi is ready to meet the future state today.
About Picavi USA
Picavi USA Pick-by-Vision solution makes it possible to visually manage the picking process for goods in intralogistics in a consistent manner. Picavi’s Cockpit uses artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and digital twin technology as a breakthrough innovation, maximizing productivity at warehouses and minimizing error rates. Only with this Smart Data technology are e-fulfillment solutions possible, transcending the initial value proposition of Google Glasses.
When wearing the smart glasses, warehouse workers have both hands free for primary tasks, including picking and packing goods. Augmented reality (AR) with context-based information makes work much more precise, predictable, and fun. Google Glasses have become an indispensable part of warehouse life.
Picavi USA, based in Illinois, is a subsidiary of Picavi, headquartered in Germany. Demonstrations of Picavi’s technology will be on display at MODEX 2022 in Atlanta, GA March 28-31 located at Booth #C7877. Call (312) 585-8312 to learn more about Picavi USA Pick-by-Vision.
Company Name: Picavi U.S., Inc.
Contact Person: Alison Walker
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Phone: (360) 223-2907
Address:321 North Clark Street, Suite 1425
Country: United States