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June 26, 2019  12:21 PM

Clothing as a service: The future of connected apparel

Eric Bogner Profile: Eric Bogner
clothing as a service, connected apparel, Consumer IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT in retail, IoT products, retail IoT, smart clothing, smart mirror

"What's your tire?" is a question I asked in my previous blog post on transforming products into services via IoT. One trend to watch within the clothing...

March 21, 2019  2:45 PM

Evolution of consumer IoT: 2019 forecast from WEF’s annual meeting

Niall Murphy Niall Murphy Profile: Niall Murphy
ai, Consumer IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, IoT device makers, IoT devices, IoT hardware, IoT products, IoT software, IoT supply chain, smart manufacturing, smart supply chain

I had the opportunity to take an active role in this year's discussions at the World Economic Forum's (WEF) annual meeting at Davos. Selected as a WEF Technology...

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March 5, 2019  12:03 PM

Does greater product connectivity mean smoother after market?

Guy Courtin Profile: Guy Courtin
Internet of Things, iot, IoT connectivity, IoT data, IoT devices, IoT in retail, IoT products, IoT wireless, product lifecycle, retail, retail IoT, Retail IT, smart supply chain

Although the holiday season is in the rear-view mirror, retailers are still feeling the impacts of yet another busy shopping rush. Santa Claus likely did not get every wish list item correct, and the result is a spike in returns over the first 60 days of the new year. It is not easy to predict...


January 7, 2019  1:40 PM

IoT and streaming data are revitalizing the brick-and-mortar shopping experience

Brent Biddulph Profile: Brent Biddulph
brick and mortar, Customer engagement, customer experience, CX, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, IoT devices, IoT in retail, IoT products, IoT services, retail IoT, retailers, streaming analytics, streaming data

The cat, er, robot, is finally out of the bag: In-store retail is not only not dead, it's in a position to revolutionize shopping in much the same way e-commerce did two decades ago. While e-commerce is growing rapidly, 91% of U.S. retail sales still occurred in-store in 2017


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