IoT Industry Events
Tobacconist using IoT to track cigarette thieves
Here’s another use for low power wireless networks and devices – hiding them in retail goods to track thieves.
Microsoft connects supermarket shelves to the cloud
Shows shoppers where to find items.
Chemist Warehouse may put thousands of sensors in stores
Wants to understand its customers.
How a Sydney café used IoT to keep its food fresh
IoT Awards finalist proves connected technology benefits companies of all sizes.
Real-time fuel insights for service stations
Inside IoT Awards finalist EMS's environmental monitoring solution.
Using IoT to unify petrol station management
How Environmental Monitoring Solutions can manage your local servo.
Three IoT benefits for customer engagement
App developer explains why IoT shouldn't be ignored.
Australian retail robot set for 2017 launch
'Shelfie' uses Azure to streamline stock replenishment.
Intel continues push into retail tech
An IoT-based retail platform, autonomous robot and continued investment announced.
Fujitsu updates retail analytics platform
RFID, IoT key to new, real-time capabilities.
Intel, Visa team up for secure IoT payments
Adding hardware-level authentication to online payments.
How Gartner's tech trends will affect retailers
'Device meshes' and the 'information of everything' are among the key trends, says Zebra executive.
Improving the in-store experience with IoT
Wi-Fi, asset tracking and analytics are the key, says Zebra executive.
How IoT saved a Sydney café thousands
Early detection of failing fridges leads to rescued stock.
How IoT can change the retail game
Analytics chief points to benefits on the shop floor and in the warehouse.
Item-level tracking in Australian retail's IoT future
Better decisions and stock availability can be achieved.
How IoT enables the retail upsell
Suggestive sales using digital technology.
Intel opens doors to retail IoT
Makes platform public, pushes boundaries with RealSense.
WestRock, T+ink to debut IoT retail fixtures
Smart shelves and smart pegs coming to a store near you.
Zebra finds only 4 percent of retailers reject IoT
Bring customers back into bricks-and-mortar stores.
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