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(Ixonia, WI) – IPTI, Inc., one the industry’s leading innovators in pick to light technology, breaks picking free of the zone for greater efficiency by introducing its new Pick-MAX™ system. The innovative new system will be demonstrated at the 2006 North American Material Handling Show in Booth 802.

This is the first pick to light system capable of capturing the ID of pickers as they complete picks, greatly improving productivity by eliminating efficiency-robbing zones. A key feature of the Pick-MAX system provides a hands free interface that does not require pickers to push a button to complete a pick.

This point and pick capability is provided by the Pick-MAX system’s patented Watch-Me™ device. This is an identification unit worn on the wrist like a watch.

The lightweight, accurate and easy to use Watch-Me device identifies each picker to the Pick-MAX modules during a pick or put. This device provides picker accountability for every pick in the system and eliminates the need for time-consuming picker logon and logoff functions.

The rechargeable Watch-Me requires no zone balancing or order profiling and eliminates bottlenecks. This unit also interfaces with the IPTI statistics software package.

The Pick-MAX system is supplied turnkey with a mature suite of software tools that provide easy picking operation management.

IPTI continually develops innovative pick to light products and systems for material handling operations world-wide. The company first introduced the Snap-In BUS concept; going on to engineer products that meet a number of customer needs while creating software customized to their businesses. IPTI products utilize open architecture and are therefore the choice of integrators across the country.

Please contact:
Darin Danelski
President/Innovative Picking Technologies, Inc.
W1236 Industrial Dr.
Ixojnia, WI 53036
Tel: 262-567-6525
Email: [email protected]

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