Wearable display technology could improve shipping and delivery infrastructure
Supply chains are scrambling to overcome a series of challenges that have persisted since March 2020. Yet, the holiday season is unlikely to show the global infrastructure any mercy.
Global shipping and delivery faces several unprecedented obstacles:
- Increased consumer demand
- Longer hours for workers
- An upsurge in carbon emissions due to more port activity
- Shipping equipment shortages
A good start to solving global supply chain issues is equipping shipping pros with Vuzix smart glasses.
These issues are just the tip of the overextended iceberg. Not surprisingly, the world’s port authorities and shipping leaders are looking for solutions. Many have found it in a technology on the rise: smart glasses.
They have the power to make life much easier for supply chain workers, truck drivers, and everyone else involved in getting products from A to B.
How VuzixⓇ Smart Glasses can clear supply chain gridlock:
The hands-free era in shipping and delivery infrastructure
It takes a great deal of time to process massive shipments that arrive at the world’s ports.
With more people purchasing things online than ever before, increased strain forces the shipping industry to search for new ways to keep things running smoothly.
Smart glasses can be part of the solution. They’ve already been proven to increase worker efficiency in warehouses, hospitals, and telecom, among other spaces.
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