This post will introduce you to what I believe are the top three next-wave retail growth technologies.
The prospect that self-checkout technology or no checkout will come to dominate retail environments is reflected in two recent news items.
The universal symbol of justice is a Greek female figure carrying a set of scales while wearing a blindfold.
RFID technology allows companies to know where in their process any particular asset is, so they can monitor the speed of production, the time of delivery, or any other factor that will help them to see how long their processes actually take—and control assets by knowing where they are at any point in time.
Why is it that some product protection technologies have been around and working for decades, while other retail loss prevention solutions only seem to work for a few months before offenders aren’t impressed?
New data on retail self-checkout deployments reveals why the technology is growing—and why it's a major theft target.
For over 40 years, CONTROLTEK has been helping customers solve their business problems in new, efficient and secure ways.
GS1 and the ECR Community Shrinkage and On-Shelf Availability Group commissioned a research study to look at 10 RFID case study companies.
Blue Line Technology has designed, developed, patented, and successfully brought to market a facial recognition and artificial intelligence software product called First Line that provides a non-intrusive, real-time identification verification.
Adoption of the retail robot is expected to accelerate as strategies are developed to justify the investment. According to market analysts, the most aggressive early adopters will be businesses that can show clear financial losses due to criminal activity and where robots can reduce risks to workers.