- published: 07 Jul 2016
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Perch Interactive is a revolutionary interactive display company that works specifically in retail environments. The engineering team works with Protocase to design and manufacture systems and product displays that incorporate projectors and 3D sensor technology in order to attract, engage and inform customers interacting with the retail display. Their philosophy is for users to touch the products, pick them up and touch the LCD screen to be introduced to various forms of informative digital media. Look for Perch Interactive in the near future to incorporate displays for all the scales of retail which can connect to mobile devices and detect user presence. www.perchinteractive.com www.protocase.com
Mike Dudbridge from the University of Lincoln outlines the engineering opportunities for food industry/retail environment Link to presentation slides: https://connect.innovateuk.org/web/sustainable-agriculture-and-food-innovation-platform/documents?p_p_auth=OTLIksC9&p_p_id=20&p_p_lifecycle=0&p_p_state=normal&p_p_mode=view&_20_struts_action=%2Fdocument_library%2Fview_file_entry&_20_redirect=https%3A%2F%2Fconnect.innovateuk.org%2Fweb%2Fsustainable-agriculture-and-food-innovation-platform%2Fdocuments%3Fp_p_auth%3DOTLIksC9%26p_p_id%3D20%26p_p_lifecycle%3D0%26p_p_state%3Dnormal%26p_p_mode%3Dview%26_20_entryEnd%3D20%26_20_displayStyle%3Dicon%26_20_viewEntries%3D1%26_20_viewFolders%3D1%26_20_expandFolder%3D0%26_20_folderStart%3D0%26_20_action%3DbrowseFolder%26_20_struts_action%3D%252Fdocument_li...
For more on Doug Stephens: http://www.thelavinagency.com/speakers/douglas-stephens In this video, Doug Stephens, author of "Re-engineering Retail: The Future of Retail in a Post-Digital World," looks at the 5 key elements needed to build a remarkable retail customer experience.
Cisco Digital Network Architecture (DNA) for Retail is revolutionizing how retailers design, build, and manage the business network. Learn more at: http://cs.co/605685JEq Subscribe to Cisco's YouTube channel: http://cs.co/605785JES
I've always been curious about the seam on all of my T-Shirts that runs from one sleeve across the neckline and back to the other sleeve seam. I know it is for stability. Therefore, I decided to take apart a very old yard work T-Shirt I had to see exactly what make up this seam. It appears that Retail Manufacturers use this to stabilize the back neck and shoulder seams instead of using the stabilizers home sewers use.
This video is dedicated to all the retail engineers who are the "vishwakarmas" in the true sense but seldom receive the recognition they deserve. A sneak peak at their creativity and diligence
This is a powerpoint/video compilation I made for a project in my Systems Engineering class. It is a tutorial of Data Mining in the Retail Industry and includes a trip I took to Harris Teeter to prove the importance of Market Basket Analysis in the real world.
With artificial intelligence, a retailer can grow their sales 5-10% by thoroughly analyzing raw point of sale data on a scale no human could ever achieve. Learn more at www.daisyintelligence.com.
The previous episode is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aJXBreNyZg In this weeks "State of Electronics", the conversation continues by exploring the 1970's & early 80's when the retailing of electronics to hobbyists exploded onto the Australian scene. This period saw the rise of Dick Smith and his retail chain "Dick Smith Electronics" as well as many others who reinvigorated the industry. Gone were the dusty days of "over the counter" electronics and in was "self service". It also heralded the marketing of Electronics, with advertising campaigns, marketing stunts, catalogues and more. In a future "in-focus special" on Dick Smith, we will explore the techniques and marketing tricks he used in more detail, plus cover some great stories too long to include in this episode. A special t...
Isobel, Manna, and Saba play with strategies and softwares that big box retailers use to efficiently stock their shelves and talk about the engineer's burning desire to know how things work. WEMADEIT wants to make engineering a choice all girls could imagine for themselves.