Available for Android smartphones, tablets or warehouse management system (WMS) terminals, the app allows users to control forklift access, perform safety checklists, monitor vehicle impacts and manage forklift fleet data, the company says.
As the beverage industry continues to see an influx of SKUs, manufacturers and distributors must stay up-to-date with the latest software in order to keep up with demand. As warehouses look to enhance their operations, the implementation of warehouse execution systems (WES) seem to be the golden ticket to getting the job done.
TechSight features two-way audio and visual communication for troubleshooting
June 25, 2018
The maintenance solution leverages smart glasses and a videoconferencing platform to instantly connect on-site technicians with off-site Honeywell Intelligrated technical support experts, enabling live service instruction through two-way audio and visual communication, the company says.
Module transforms mobile device or laptop into virtual operator manual
June 25, 2018
By providing a Wi-Fi hot spot, the wireless connection on the module facilitates setup, programming, commissioning, production monitoring and maintenance on a variety of machines and production equipment.
Before the adaption of WYSIWG, the acronym for what you see is what you get, printed documents, web pages and slide presentations required users to have in-depth knowledge of codes and markup tags. But, through the use of these system editors, communicating a product’s layout has simplified the process and opened the execution to those who might not possess advanced coding knowledge. As warehouse operations become more complex, software companies also are advancing their programs to ensure plant managers can benefit from that same ease of execution.
The “Pick-A-Little Talk-A-Little” song in the 1962 musical “The Music Man” features the gossipy, hat-and-feather-wearing matrons of River City, Iowa, telling Professor Harold Hill unsavory things about the town librarian. Although today’s voice picking technology focuses on warehouse operations instead of a library’s “dirty book” selections, the technology is drumming up its own attention thanks to its ability to escalate productivity and accuracy, improve safety and ergonomics, and aid in pickup, delivery and in-store workflows.
Beverage Industry’s October issue features a cover story on our 2019 Executive of the Year, Jim Koch of the Boston Beer Co. This issue also features a category focus on bottled water and the innovations that abound in flavored, functional and sparkling waters. The issue also includes an ingredient spotlight on the beloved chocolate ingredient as well as voice-picking solutions aimed at streamlining beverage warehouses. As usual, we rounded up the latest trends in products, packaging and ingredients.
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