One user interface for all devices in the warehouse from Picavi
63 Picavi will be highlighting their software at ProMat 2023: One of the main topics at booth S3459 is the user interface of the pick-by-vision specialist. Independent of the higher-level system, users can operate this not only on smart glasses but also on many other devices if required. To increase productivity and minimize errors, more and more companies are supporting their warehouse staff with wearables, for example in picking or returns management. At ProMat, pick-by-vision expert Picavi will show how users can deploy the user interface on a wide range of devices. Whether it is smart glasses, MDE, smartphone, or tablet – Picavi ensures device-independent intuitive usability and clear work processes. With Picavi, warehouse managers have a single point of contact for the entire software infrastructure of their wearables in their logistics operations. The Picavi software integrates seamlessly into existing IT infrastructure and communicates with all higher-level ERP and warehouse management systems. Especially for 3PL companies who serve different clients and often use multiple soft- and hardware, this brings numerous advantages: Picavi supports all common interfaces such as SAP, various web services, HTML, and Telnet connections. This eliminates the need for cost- and resource-intensive programming of special solutions. Employees work with the same user interface across devices and interfaces, which increases process reliability and productivity. The simple language and the targeted use of icons and images make Picavi’s user interface intuitive to use. Interactions with the software, also fully controllable via voice commands, are designed to be understood by everyone immediately. This minimizes training and ramp-up times. At ProMat, Picavi will demonstrate with real-life examples how the company helps logistics professionals improve their performance sustainably. Attendees can also try out the Picavi solutions for themselves at booth S3459.
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