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Thanks to Lydia Voice VoiceWear's integrated speakers and microphone, workers no longer need a headset when using voice and is optimized for workers required for health reasons to wear a face mask. This increased freedom of movement creates a distinct advantage in a warehouse where lifting is a standard part of the daily routine. All the technical components for voice-directed tasks are combined in Lydia Voice VoiceWear, providing optimal protection against environmental hazards and is optimized for workers required for health reasons to wear a face mask. The VoiceWear vest is washable and the "inner material" that touch the worker is recommended that each worker have their own Inner materials for optimized healthcare precaution. With VoiceWear, headsets have become obsolete. Lydia Voice VoiceWear even works in high-noise environments.
Thanks to integrated speakers and microphones, pickers no longer need a headset while picking by Voice. This increased freedom of movement creates a distinct advantage for the warehouse worker.
All the technical components for voice-directed tasks are combined in Lydia Voice VoiceWear, providing optimal protection against environmental hazards.Contact us for more information
Since the first incarnations of voice-directed warehousing were implemented in distribution centers in the early 1990s, one common component has existed. The voice worker was required to use a headset to listen and engage with voice commands. If you look at the headset of today vs. ten years ago, not much has really changed, except the headset may be wireless. While headsets have been the one common component amongst each voice solution, workers have not exactly been in love with wearing the headset 8-10 hours a day. Yes, manufacturers have improved the headset experience over time, but the ergonomics of headset are still pretty much the same.
Some of the realities around the headset are related to the challenges around its ergonomics, especially in open door distribution centers - consider the heat and humidity of Florida or Houston in summer. In these environments, as the worker's head sweats, the headset moves around, losing its secure position, as the worker moves.
A key change is the introduction of a solution that supports voice for the warehouse worker without a headset. Lydia Voice VoiceWear, available from the Ehrhardt Partner Group, is a new innovative product in human engineering that adds many positives to the overall Lydia Voice worker’s ergonomic experience. When workers have the ability to choose between a headset or the lightweight VoiceWear vest, the majority of workers select our vest.
With Lydia Voice VoiceWear headsets have become obsolete. Lydia Voice VoiceWear provides comfort for all workers and it only takes seconds to put on this compact, lightweight vest, thus reducing prep time at shift start up. Your advantage: Hands-free, eyes- free, headset-free.
Thanks To Highest Wearing Comfort
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