Derek Belch, STRIVR founder and CEO, joins CNBC's "Squawk Alley" to discuss how his company is partnering up with Walmart to utilize virtual reality to train and promote its 1.5 million employees.
It’s never only one new thing or concept that keeps a company relevant. Instead, it’s actively listening to your customers & providing them with what they need. From TrendforceOne & DIY Next
Monocle Films walk the extra mile to meet shopkeepers who’ve gone off the beaten track to give their customers a different experience.
Reality technology—also defined as immersive technology—comprises virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR).
Amazon has redefined e-commerce as we know it, but in the wake of declining growth in Amazon Prime membership, the everything store is evolving.
Who will fill that underutilized space? A series of recent acquisitions by associates of Amazon in Northeastern Ohio provides some clues.
Robots to roam aisles of San Antonio Texas Walmart stores.
Sears had everything needed to be an e-commerce leader, but poor decision making and lack of foresight left the retail giant trailing its competitors.
The new Amazon Prime Air drone can take off and land vertically like a helicopter, then fly like a plane. Watch for it in the skies making deliveries as part of a test program.
VR headsets allow people to interact with products same way as in a store, but also soon will allow them to interact with other people inside experience making it very social. - From VR South Africa
Inside one of Walmart’s New York stores, thousands of cameras track when products are running low or when produce start to lose its freshness. Company is using artificial intelligence to manage stores
Luxury represents a powerful form of social capital for this segment of consumers, according to new research in McKinsey’s China luxury report 2019
Fujitsu Artifical Intelligence (AI) learns from data to automate processes, improve service and raise productivity. AI eables complex processes to be automated independent of human intervention.
Good summary video on IoT applications in retail from Studio387. What do you think?
It’s watching & knows a crime is about to take place before it happens. Vaak, a Japanese start up, has developed Artificial Intelligence (AI) pre-crime software. - From Fanatical Futurist
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