Amazon patents wristbands designed to steer employees' movements

By the New York Daily News

Feb 01, 2018

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Amazon workplace employees may soon be guided by their wrists.

The tech company this week received two patents for a wristband designed to guide warehouse workers’ movements with the use of vibrations.

The concept relies on ultrasonic sound pulses or radio transmissions to detect the position of an employee’s hand in relation to a series of inventory bins, GeekWire reported.

Read the full story at nydailynews.com.

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