Vocollect says its latest innovation brings voice-directed work to the palm of your hand. Vocollect Voice for Handhelds uses the same industrial voice-recognition technology that powers Vocollect's Talkman wearable computers to voice-enable handheld devices. Voice applications can improve productivity and accuracy when used in concert with other handheld functions. This capability expands the hardware platform alternatives available to customers who want to deploy voice-directed technology in distribution centers and areas beyond the warehouse.
The biggest benefit that Vocollect Voice for Handhelds brings to the market is that clients can now mix and match devices in the same deployment under the same management tools and IT architecture. The software, which supports 13 language sets, allows team members to select a male or female voice and choose from nine prompt speeds. Vocollect's family of speech recognition headsets, designed specifically for demanding industrial work environments, can be employed via a snap-on adapter that accommodates a break-away connector or through a consumer-grade audio jack. Symbol Technologies' MC9060-S is the first handheld device that will be supported, with handhelds from other manufacturers to follow in the coming months.
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