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Posted 02/22 · 12:01 AM · MMH Editorial
Voice delivers real results. So why aren't more users listening?
Posted 02/08 · 07:55 PM · MMH Editorial
Datria (Booth 828) rolled out two new enhancements to its voice over Internet (VoIP) voice recognition solutions at Modex on Wednesday. Both products are designed to give supervisors and managers visibility into real-time activities and control over their operations.
Posted 02/07 · 02:11 PM · MMH Editorial
VoxPilot, a new software suite from Voxware (Booth 1414) gives logistics executives unprecedented visibility into work as it progresses, and immediate access to corrective tools when action must be taken.
Posted 02/07 · 01:05 PM · MMH Editorial
Intermec (Booth 1318) introduced two new vehicle-mount computers designed to integrate with any lift truck. These new offerings represent the first vehicle-mount computers certified to offer Vocollect voice-directed work.
Posted 02/07 · 10:00 AM · MMH Editorial
In a press conference, topVOX (Booth 2115) gave voice to the new features and benefits of Lydia, the speech engine that drives the company’s customized voice system.
Posted 02/07 · 08:42 AM · MMH Editorial
DAP Technologies (Booth 812) is giving a look at two upcoming products: the V1010 vehicle-mount rugged computer with a 10-inch XGA display and a quick-connect/disconnect modular Intelligent Docking System with wireless USB.
Posted 02/06 · 04:15 PM · MMH Editorial
Motorola Solutions (Booth 806) announced its first warehouse-ready tablet offering, the ET 1, which features a 7-inch multi-touchscreen, Android operating system, eight-megapixel camera and full-shift battery.
Posted 02/06 · 02:14 PM · MMH Editorial
TECSYS (Booth 612) a provider of warehouse management systems (WMS) and other distribution management software, unveiled five new solutions at a press conference Monday.
Posted 02/06 · 09:13 AM · MMH Editorial
The now seemingly-ubiquitous QR Code was originally invented in 1994 by Modex exhibitor Denso ADC (Booth 313) to enhance tracking of discrete components in automotive manufacturing facilities and supply chains.
Posted 02/01 · 01:36 PM · MMH Editorial
Mexican supermarket chain installs voice technology to ensure timely and accurate delivery of grocery orders.