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Evolution of Speech Recognition Technology in the Warehouse

By Lucas Systems
October 27, 2011

Voice-directed warehouse applications are improving distribution efficiency in industries from grocery and foodservice distribution to apparel and industrial supply.

Combined with other warehouse systems, voice enables hand- and eyes-free operations that drive new levels of associate productivity and accuracy across picking and other warehouse tasks.

This White Paper explores key considerations to successfully implementing a voice solution in a noisy warehouse environment, and the pros and cons of the various voice technology choices available in an evolving market.

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