5G promises many benefits, including lower latency, higher reliability and greater energy efficiency than previous generations, enabling faster data transfer for improved efficiency and a better customer experience.
The Internet of Things (IoT) improves retail operations and transforms the consumer shopping experience. This report continues our Retail-Tech Landscape series. It lists notable companies that are utilizing the IoT to provide applications focused around improving consumer engagement, measuring and analyzing shopper behavior and managing supply chains, inventory, store operations, payments and waste management.
In this report, we continue our Retail-Tech Landscape report series, which spotlights innovative retail-tech companies that are disrupting the retail industry. This retail-tech landscape covers innovation in the supply chain, featuring start-ups in addition to a few more established companies that are disrupting the current scenario.
While the concept of the digital twin has been known in manufacturing for some time, it is still relatively new to consumer retail. But we see vast potential as the industry moves into the era of the Internet of Things.
In this report, we look at new developments in inventory optimization software, and use our Coresight Matrix to rate leaders and emerging players by innovation effort and market power.
The Internet of Things improves retail operations and shopping experiences and is likely to play an increasingly important role in retail as the technology improves and becomes more efficient.
The Internet of Things can improve supply chain operations by controlling the quality of goods, making predictive maintenance possible, the logistics processes more efficient and deliveries more accurate.
Israel’s retail-tech sector is growing and quickly becoming one of the hottest and most innovative ecosystems for retail technologies, with startups offering solutions from supply chain logistics to the in-store experience.
Technologies including blockchain, AI and others are transforming the various stages in the retail supply chain, including product design, demand forecasting, manufacturing, logistics, warehousing, last-mile delivery and sales.
In this report, we review the market for enterprise wearables: Devices used in business environments for work. We estimate global shipments for enterprise wearables were approximately 10.4 million units in 2018, and expect this total to reach more than 23 million units by 2022.
5G in Retail: Growing Revenues in E-Commerce, Boosting Capabilities in IoT Technologies, and Unleashing Potential in AI, AR and VR
5G should unleash the full potential of data-intense technology in retail, such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and reality technologies, empowering existing use cases and delivering new applications.
This is the third report in a short series looking at artificial intelligence (AI) in retail. In this report, we explore what startups are doing with AI in the context of our proprietary CORE framework, which stands for Communication, Optimization of pricing, Rationalization of inventory and Experiential retail.
Insights from China: Slowing Growth, Further Opening of China’s Economy, and Demands to Accelerate the Digital Transformation — Key Points from China’s “Two Sessions”
In our weekly series Insights from China, we curate ongoing developments to distill what international brands and retailers need to know about China to succeed in the country. We cover areas such as policy, consumer behavior, consumer sentiment, government regulations and the competitive landscape – as they affect international companies selling to Chinese consumers or looking to enter the market.
Blockchain technology has the potential to disrupt retail as it can decentralize processes through which retailers interact with partners, industry players and consumers, making operations more efficient and secure. We looked into the implications for this technology
The Coresight Research team will attend and participate in Shoptalk 2019 March 3-6 in Las Vegas. The event brings together more than 8,000 attendees and more than 300 speakers to discuss rapid evolution of how consumers discover, shop and buy.