Wearable IoT devices, namely smartwatches and fitness trackers, are the among the most conspicuous examples of Internet of Things (IoT) technology.
Automotive retail IoT applications can provide managers with the ability to streamline customer experiences, giving them that seamless test drive.
The right retail data can determine whether a consumer makes a purchase or chooses to visit a retailer again. Consumers expect a...
The common thread weaving the future of retail concerns delivering relevant customer experiences that transcend the traditional online/in-store boundary.
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Toy IoT applications could breathe life into often-forgotten physical toys, especially as parents are increasingly limiting their children's screen time.
While the development and adoption of healthcare wearables remains slow, this technology has the potential to revolutionize both healthcare and our lives.
IoT devices are on the rise. Currently, the global number of IoT devices is around 7 billion excluding smartphones and tablets. Due...
Internet of Things (IoT), at its most basic understanding, is a network of connecting devices embedded with sensors. It allows these devices...
Retail IoT applications like smart warehouses, smart shops, and buyer mobile applications are overcoming the offline/online and instore / at home binaries.