Retailers Scan for Efficient Inventory Solutions New technologies are making the task of taking inventory faster, easier, and more accurate. Some clothing brands are integrating RFID tags into their products to improve inventory, monitor marketing efforts, and protect against theft and counterfeiting.
IoT is the Best Medicine for Pharmaceutical Challenges IoT is helping increase the efficiency and accuracy of medication research and usage. Online pharmacies, pharmacies, and pharmaceutical companies are using artificial intelligence, RFID, machine learning, and more to deliver more efficient patient care.
Behind the Play Wall: Retailer Uses Interactive Video to Attract Customers In their quest to attract shoppers and increase sales, retailers are turning to digital displays to entice, entertain, and engage potential customers. The technology is spilling out from store shelves to sidewalks and capturing customer data along the way.
Cruise Lines Turn to IoT for Safe, Personalized Customer Experience Cruise lines are looking to IoT for easy and engaging guest experiences. Wearable devices embedded with sensors and connected mobile apps allow guests to unlock staterooms, make contactless purchases, and explore interactive content on board the ship.
RFID and IoT Are on the Same Wavelength: Creating Retail Efficiencies Artificial intelligence and computer vision are changing how retail stores use RFID. Brick-and-mortar stores are using the technology to create touchpoints with customers, increasing sales while decreasing interaction with employees.
ASU Brings IoT to Sun Devil Stadium FTW Innovative uses of IoT make life on campus easier for Arizona State University students. The real fun happens at the stadium, where technology tackles entertainment and efficiency. Here’s a look at some of ASU’s IoT-powered projects.
Smart Robots use RF to Find and Grasp Hidden Objects X-ray vision may be out of reach for humans, but artificial intelligence is gifting robots with superpower senses that could prove to be vital on the warehouse and manufacturing floors.
IoT Reduces Food Loss Through a Smarter Supply Chain Internet of Things technologies are emerging to combat unnecessary food waste. 3D-printed shipping crates, smart packaging labels, and mobile apps are providing timely information to suppliers and consumers with the end goal of reducing food waste and conserving our natural resources.
Growing Cities Manage Services Through Smart Modules The continued growth of cities puts stress on existing urban infrastructure. Finding smart solutions to manage and grow city services allows citizens to voice and track concerns, holds local government accountable, and improves operational efficiencies for services such as waste management. The right solutions for disaster warning systems can even save lives.
Rolling Out the RFID Carpet for Inventory Efficiency Sensors on rugs, bobbins, and manufacturing floors are helping carpet manufacturers prevent theft, speed production times, and reduce costs. With real-time data, sensors and IoT technologies make sure that no one pulls the rug out from under an industry expected to reach $112 billion globally by 2022.
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