The 21st Century Warehouse | Seth Patin at LogistiVIEW

It may be surprising to hear that despite the vast technological advances in nearly every sector over the past twenty years, tens of thousands of warehouses still operate on paper. Seth Patin, the founder, and CEO of LogistiVIEW recognized the inefficiencies and saw an opportunity.

His solution is a product that combines Virtual Reality with Artificial Intelligence, guiding warehouse workers with real-time information about where they should be, what they should be doing, and where they should go next.

In this edition of UpTech Report, Seth talks about how he started the company, and some of the many adjustments he’s had to make along the way.

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Seth Patin is a husband, father, entrepreneur, and workforce technology visionary. As an engineer by education and a business leader by experience, he is excited to lead teams at Accelogix and LogistiVIEW to deliver technology solutions that optimize business processes for customers all over the world.

Accelogix is a consulting firm that designs and implements technology solutions in 5 key focus areas: Warehousing, Labor Management, Data Capture and Mobility, Connected Workforce technology, and Autonomous Mobile Robots. They are excited to be on the front lines of supply chain digitalization helping our clients grow, increase the maturity of their supply chains, and lead in a rapidly changing and fiercely competitive world.

LogistiVIEW believes in the untapped power of the connected frontline workforce. Their software platform connects people with artificial intelligence, networked sensors, and autonomous mobile robots to help them operate faster, safer, and more accurately. Leveraging their “Robots Transport, People Transform” paradigm, they use cutting-edge technology to increase operational productivity and job satisfaction for frontline workers in manufacturing, logistics, and retail.




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