Business productivity begins and ends with worker productivity. You want your people performing at their very best, working as quickly, efficiently, and productively as they can.
Wearable technologies are becoming a staple of everyday life. Used across multiple disciplines and throughout various fields these ground-breaking innovations are fundamentally changing the way we collect and analyse data. This is particularly evident across the sporting world.
Efficiency, productivity and accuracy – the 3 main goals in the warehouse have changed little over the years. But now, more than ever, there’s a need to find new ways to boost performance with 76% of warehouses planning to have more locations and be shipping more items by 2020 and the move to same-day deliveries gaining pace.
Since the advent of the internet, new technologies have transformed the way we live and work. From the smartphone to Netflix, each new technology has altered the way we carry out day to day tasks, and many would argue for the better. One area that is increasingly drawing attention is wearable technology. These devices can sync up with your smartphone and allow you to make payments, take calls, and even measure your heartbeat, all from your wrist. Much like the smartphone, wearable tech took things to the next level.