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The paper relates that in the manufacturing industry sectors, the use of wearable computers to improve logistics at the services level and at distribution center level shows significant potential. The paper states that starting at the services level, specifically in the area of air and sea cargo, the use of wearable computers for scanning both bar codes and getting an accurate reading of radio frequency identification (RFID) tags is critical. The paper details the areas of the use of wearable computers in all industries, as there is always the need to keep customers informed of the state of their orders.
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- Weston and Garf. (2005).AMR Research. (2005, November 8). Wal-Mart and UPS: Tales in Superior Supply Chains . Randy Weston and Rob Garf. (Assessment of Fall Supply Chain Conference). Boston, MA. Pg. 1.
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