Smart glasses arrive

Smart glasses arrive

Dematic is now a distributor of Vuzix Smart Glasses in Australia and New Zealand.

Vuzix Smart Glasses allow hands-free mobile computing that can be used within the warehouse for inventory management tasks such as picking orders, inventory replenishment, and inventory cycle counting.

Vuzix M300 Smart Glasses are a hands-free wearable computer that combine the features of a barcode scanner, a voice picking system, and a vision picking system. Designed specifically for industrial settings, they are an ergonomically designed and rugged Android-based device. They feature an nHD monocular display and Intel processor, large internal storage, recording features, and wireless connectivity capabilities. The Vuzix glasses also have a 10 megapixel, 1080p camera that records, stores, and plays back still pictures and video, perfect for picking, packing and shipping tasks as well as for maintenance and remote support functions.

“Dematic helps supply chain operators achieve operational excellence by offering the most appropriate solution for each application,” said Brian Lang, Dematic’s director of Real Time Logistics. “Including the Vuzix Smart Glasses in the Dematic portfolio creates more choices for customers and can optimise their order fulfilment.”

Ruggedised against water, dust and dirt, the Smart Glasses give the user versatility to navigate and use the glasses in almost any working environment. They also include the flexibility of multiple mounting options and enhanced battery packs for long or high-intensity users.

 

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