Leonid Poliakov

Leonid Poliakov

Intel achieves 29% efficiency increase with Ubimax vision picking solution xPick.

In its distribution center in Arizona, Intel successfully deployed the Pick-by-Vision solution xPick, developed by Ubimax. With minimal ramp-up time, Intel was able to reduce its required pick time per box by 29 percent. By using xPick running on Intel® Recon Jet™ Pro Smart Glasses, picking processes were sped up significantly. Picking error rate, employee training time, and process ergonomics for pickers also improved.

Ubimax, the leading provider of industrial wearable computing solutions, introduces the world's fastest manual order picking solution at LogiMAT 2017. The combination of the globally deployed pick-by-vision solution "xPick" with the innovative RFID-based pick and put verification of "xBand" allows for a significant increase in process speed of up to 50% while at the same time reducing the overall error rate.

Monday, 12 September 2016 00:00

Des Mittelstands Pokémon Go

In der September-Ausgabe des "Markt und Mittelstand"-Magazins geht es Augmented Reality im Unternehmersalltag und wie der Mittelstand langfristig von der modernen Technik profitieren kann. Der Artikel verrät, dass individuelle Anpassungen der Software an die jeweiligen Gegebenheiten und Anwendungen unerlässlich sind und wie Ubimax dies in die Tat umsetzt.

Ubimax GmbH, a leading manufacturer of industrial wearable computing solutions, is entering a strategic partnership with soft2tec GmbH, under its tracking solutions brand name "nexonar." The focus of this cooperation is the combination of Ubimax' Smart Glass solutions with the innovative measuring and tracking systems of nexonar. This allows the automatic pick-up detection by "nexonar" a significant improvement of the order picking processes of the world's leading vision picking solution "xPick". The same optimization offers the bringing together of "xMake" and the automatic activity detection of the "nexonar Assembly Scout" for various production processes.

Bremen, October 6th, 2016: Ubimax, the leading provider of Wearable Computing solutions for desk-less workers today announced a $6M investment from Atlantic Bridge and Westcott LLC. The funding will primarily be used to further grow the company’s existing U.S. business and to extend its market leading position from Europe to the American market.

Radio Bremen besuchte uns am 21. Juli 2016 in der Überseestadt und testete neben der Enterprise Wearable Computing Suite die begehrte Microsoft Hololens. Der Beitrag erzählt vom Pick-by-Vision Verfahren "xPick" und davon, wie überzeugend die Hololens virtuelle Fabelwesen zum Leben erweckt. Außerdem gibt unser Head of Marketing, Leonid Poliakov, einen Einblick in die Zukunft von Wearable Computing.

 

Der Weser Report legte seinen Fokus in der Sonntagsausgabe vom 28.08.2016 auf die xPick Kommissionierlösung, die Funktionsweise und den Einsatz bei DHL in den Niederlanden. "Brille auf und los geht's" heißt es in dem Artikel.

Monday, 19 September 2016 00:00

Fehlerfrei dank Datenbrille

In dem Sonderheft "HMI & IPC" der Fachzeitschrift "Computer & Automation" (Ausgabe S5-2016, September 2016) wird über den Einsatz von modernen Datenbrillen beim Ubimax' Kunden WS Kunststoff Service berichtet. Konkret geht es um die Werkerführungs-Lösung "xMake", die dem Automotiv-Lieferanten aus Stuhr signifikante Wettbewerbsvorteile bringt.

Ubimax' Remote Assistance solution "xAssist" running on Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses supports Kieback & Peter technicians in their daily maintenance and troubleshooting work.

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