Vocollect, a business unit of Intermec, Inc. (NYSE:IN) and the world
leader in voice-enabled solutions for mobile workers, today unveiled the
SRX2, an innovative new wireless headset for distribution centers (DCs)
Vocollect, a business unit of Intermec, Inc. (NYSE:IN) and the world leader in voice-enabled solutions for mobile workers, today unveiled the SRX2, an innovative new wireless headset for distribution centers (DCs) and warehouses that significantly enhances the operational efficiency of workers with superior voice recognition performance. Its innovative modular design enables shared use of headset electronics across multiple shifts, resulting in lower total cost of ownership. With the introduction of Vocollect’s groundbreaking SoundSense technology that continuously listens to and blocks environmental sounds in the DC and warehouse, the SRX2 provides a 50 percent reduction in ambient noise in comparison to other leading distribution environment headsets. With better recognition, workers achieve higher accuracy, less errors, and improved productivity. The highly ruggedized, yet compact, SRX2 wireless headset is designed to withstand and work equally well in coolers, high noise, and fast-moving piece-picking environments. The SRX2 provides optimal recognition and response in freezer environments with temperatures as low as -22F°/ -30 C°. With its sleek ergonomics and versatile headband design, workers in demanding DC and warehouse environments can continue to operate with maximum efficiency and comfort, even during long shifts. Says Wayne Ellison, Head of Move (logistics) with Woolworths, the largest food retail company in Australia and second largest in New Zealand, “Woolworths is currently performing tests on Vocollect’s new SRX2 wireless headset. We have seen the business benefits that the original SRX provides first-hand from a wireless perspective; the SRX2 with its modular design now allows Woolworths the opportunity to be able to realize the benefits of wireless, while being able to allocate a headband to each operator. We believe this will result in greater user acceptance from a hygiene/personalization perspective and a reduction in time for our hand-out/hand-in process.” The SRX2 delivers a high definition audio experience by combining Vocollect’s Advanced Speech Recognition Protocol that ensures zero loss of speech data while communicating with Vocollect Voice computers with enhanced data and sampling rates to provide an exceptional voice interaction experience for end users.
Intermec (NYSE:IN) hit a new 52-week low Monday as it is currently trading at $6.18, below its previous 52-week low of $6.20 with 141,702 shares traded as of 2:30 p.m. ET. Average volume has been 431,100 shares over the past 30 days.