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Picavi’s pick-by-vision system incorporates Google Glass technology to promote “continuous material flow and uninterrupted shift operations in the warehouse” the company said. Customers using the system report increases in efficiency of up to 30%, the company also said. The addition of Picavi Cockpit gives users a tool for monitoring the implementation and use of the smart glasses in the warehouse as well as access to analytics that can help improve operations and productivity.

“This gives you the ability to maximize everything,” Bellenberg said.

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