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on trend 008 1. Smart Stores From providing energy-saving lighting and solar power solutions, to gathering shopper insights and enhancing the in-store experience in real time, Current, powered by GE, is helping retailers enter this new, intelligent age. With future-proof hardware powered by Predix, GE's platform for the industrial Internet can help make retail buildings into smart buildings. [1] 2. [3] By integrating Intel's Retail Sensor technology, SATO Global Solutions has created a retail Internet of Things (IoT) platform that allows bricksand-mortar retail the edge of digital insight. Tracking items through RFID tags, the retailer can now manage replenishment of inventory, stocking, customer traffic and in-store customer engagement. 3. The new SCOTTeVEST point-of-purchase display uses personalized videos, biometric scanners and live video chats to create a bespoke, guided shopping experience. It detects when a customer approaches and activates a video tailored to the store, greeting customers, estimating their size and guiding them through the SeV catalog. 4. [2] Capgemini has made 3-D modeling easier using Intel RealSense technology to map environments into virtual reality models, allowing for faster decision making and higher customer satisfaction. Move the appliance or furniture item with your hand, and watch it bring your room to life on-screen. [4] 5. [5] JUNE 2016 DESIGNRETAILONLINE.COM GLOBALSHOP.ORG Created from a partnership with Microsoft, Fujitsu's new Retail Wearables are connected to the company's self- and full-service POS products, making it easy to keep store staff simultaneously connected with management and customers. The wearables help facilitate anything from lane management and requesting a price check to manager assistance and service alerts. http://www.DESIGNRETAILONLINE.COM http://www.GLOBALSHOP.ORG

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of design:retail - June 2016

design:retail - June 2016
Editor's Note
On Trend
We Love This!
Designer Picks
Clicks & Mortar
How'd They Do That?
Have You Heard?
The Visual Eye
Searching for Steve Jobs
Samsung 837
Tech Disruptors

design:retail - June 2016