NA 2010: System supports voice-directed picking
Equipped with voice-directed picking and labor management modules, the RDS 6.0 warehouse control system supports voice-over IP technology.
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NA 2010, slated for April 26-29, will showcase more than 500 exhibits and include a comprehensive educational conference. The event, held at the I-X Center in Cleveland, will offer an array of products to help improve productivity at your company.
Equipped with voice-directed picking and labor management modules, the RDS 6.0 warehouse control system supports voice-over IP technology. The application for voice-directed picking integrates with hands-free SKU, lot or location bar code capture, providing pick-and-pack validation in a single process. The function combines operator message displays and pick to light modules to automate the pick-and-pack process. Usable on a variety of devices, the operator wireless terminal is deployed as a thin client on CE or Windows Mobile to run the voice engine. The integrated labor management module tracks worker productivity, providing order picking labor data and order auditing reports.
Numina Group, 630-343-2600, http://www.numinagroup.com, Booth 837.
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