Mobile Apps Designed for Ease and Efficiency

Lucas mobile applications, featuring Jennifer™, streamline hands-on processes for warehouse associates by combining voice, scanning, and vision technologies to improve end-to-end warehouse tasks – from receiving to picking and returns. Best of all, our mobile applications run on rugged smartphones, traditional handheld, wearable and vehicle-mount computers used in the warehouse that connect over wireless networks to warehouse management and other IT systems.

Optimized for Efficiency and Ease of Use

Every Lucas mobile application incorporates best practices gained from thousands of warehouse workers at hundreds of warehouses and distribution centers. And since every DC is different, Jennifer™ adapts to different processes and can support a variety of configurable voice directed workflows, including the flexible use of barcode scanning and other data capture and display technologies – including smartwatches and glasses.

Our mobile applications incorporate voice and complementary technologies to automate any manual, hands-on process in your warehouse – picking, receiving, putaway, sortation, loading, audit, replenishment, cycle count, returns, and more. Read more about process optimization → 

Every application takes advantage of multiple input and communication technologies, including touchscreens and/or keypads (for logging on and training, for example), and barcode scanners, which are an ideal complement to voice recognition for data capture and produce traceability during voice-directed picking, receiving, putaway and more. Get a demo →
Lucas incorporates the latest advances in speech recognition technology with additional noise filtering and audio processing technologies to ensure near-perfect recognition in harsh industrial settings. Learn about our speech recognition platform →
1) Our mobile applications were the first industrial voice solution built to run on ruggedized smartphones and standard mobile computers and RF terminals, rather than special purpose voice-only appliances.

2) Lucas mobile applications can run on all major mobile operating systems (Windows Mobile, Android, iOS), and warehouses can choose to use rugged smartphones or on a wide range of standard mobile computers from companies such as Motorola®, Zebra, Bluebird, Honeywell, LXE, Intermec™ and others. Get the mobile device guide →

3) Our applications run on the latest Android wearable devices, such as smartwatches to incorporate hands-free visual cues.

Optimized for Efficiency and Ease of Use

The use of standard mobile computers has a number of technical, financial and operational advantages over previous generations of single-purpose voice only appliances.

The same device that can be used for voice picking on one shift can be used in an RF application on a second shift, rather than buying two different devices.
DCs can buy a range of devices made by multiple manufacturers and sold by many vendors, lowering overall costs for devices, accessories (batteries, chargers, etc.), and service contracts.
Lucas mobile applications take full advantage of the screen, scanner and keyboard of the multi-modal terminal, making training and log in easier, and improving the ergonomics and efficiency of tasks in which barcode scanning is an appropriate complement to voice picking and other applications.

Get Started With These Helpful Resources

Voice Picking Software Selection Guide

This guide dives into determining whether voice is right for your warehouse, key benefits and features, hardware options, WMS and ERP integrations and system pricing & implementation costs.


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We helped Baptist Health, a leading healthcare provider, double picking productivity.

“The previous average picking rate in the LUM area was 50-56 lines per hour (LPH). Today it is 100-110. That is a 100% improvement, and in bulk picking, the number is about 20 percent.”

Dale Adamson, AVP of Logistics and Distribution

We helped Apex Tool Group, a leading manufacturer of hand and power tools, operate with 10% fewer man hours.

“You rarely implement a new system and have users tell you ‘It’s made my life so much easier!’ Making the processes better for associates makes them more productive. And that’s better for the business.”

Chris Rufa, Senior Director of Global Distribution

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