Imtradex presents ideal solutions for 'Pick by Voice' systems at the 2012 LogiMAT

At the LogiMAT 2012 in Stuttgart (13 to 15 of March) Imtradex will present its new generation headsets, LogiTalk. The company comments that the "Pick by Voice" systems with headsets can increase the productivity up to 25 per cent compared to conventional paper-based procedures.

Mathias Iser, Director of Technology at Imtradex, said: "Professional users accomplish with our headsets LogiTalk the logical step for the ergonomic interface between humans and computers. Fiddling with paper lists and scanners is therefore a thing of the past. The employees have hands and view free, and with the lightweight, high-quality headset, they can work concentrated for long periods without problems." 

The LogiTalk line includes several models: from the ultra-lightweight monaural LogiTalk XSN, which, due to a flexible headband, a turnable earpiece and resistant ear cushions made of synthetic leather gives a high wearing comfort; to the extremely robust LogiTalk E hearing protection headset, with noise-cancelling electret microphone, and with a sound insulation up to average of 27 dB allows it to be used even in very noisy 'Pick by Voice' environments. In addition, the following monaural headset models will be presented at Booth 574 in Hall 7 at the LogiMAT: The LogiTalk XS, a lightweight headband headset, with its noise-compensated (NC') electret microphone gives the best voice quality, while Acoustic Shock Protection (ASP) protects from excessive noise levels. And the LogiTalk 4000 scores with precise positioning, wearing comfort, better noise cancellation and voice quality. Since it can be worn easily with a protection helmet, without being connected with the helmet, it is the ideal solution for warehouse staff. LogiTalk ED with dynamic microphone capsule is extremely robust but still comfortable - and is even in noisy surroundings, the perfect interface between man and the 'Pick by Voice' System.

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