The contract logistics pioneer Fiege is also setting new standards in the field of pick-by-vision: The company, which already uses the Picavi solution, has now ordered 40 more pairs of smart glasses for its site in Worms. In addition, the Fiege branch in Großbeeren will now also be equipped with the smart glasses. Fiege has purchased more than a dozen from Picavi for its logistics center near Berlin. Picavi sees these projects as milestones in the company’s development.
Our customer FIEGE hosted an Innovation Day at a site in Hamburg. Interested customers had the chance to experience logistics innovations in one of their warehouses. Next to a picking-robot of a start up from Munich – Magazino – our pick by vision solution was also part of the event. Around 40 visitors were able experience our smart glasses live.
The Enterprise Wearable Technology Summit (EWTS) is the leading event focused on the use of wearable technology for industrial enterprise applications.
We were very happy to be part of it!
Check out the podium discussion led by Johanna Bellenberg (Director of Marketing & Communications) with leading contributors from Walmart, GE Transportation, Gensler, USPS, and FM Global.
One of the questions we often hear is: “What about the radiation from the smart glasses?” It’s a reasonable question. After all, data transmission via WLAN or Bluetooth does not happen by magic. In this issue of Headstarter, we’ll address concerns and bust some myths!