Day 2
Forum 2: Retail & Logistics

See you in 2019 on October 30 in the Darmstadtium!
Let's keep moving on!
RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2019 Key Focus Retail

Exact inventories are the foundation for success

Increasement of stock accuracy and reduction of workload for inventories are the absolute long runners in retail. Exact inventories are an effective sales lever.

If the automated inventory is based on a source tagging solution, the benefits increase significantly in the entire supply chain. It makes the process a product from the manufacture into the customer's shopping bag completely transparent.

On the basis of recorded tracking data, optimization potentials can be precisely defined and realized in effective solutions. The way of implementation today and tomorrow is: Wireless IoT!

RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2019 Retail: Store or web shop? Never mind!

Increase inventory accuracy, but how?

One of the main sales drivers in retail? Accurate inventory. If every product is marked with an RFID label, inventory times in the shop are massively reduced. Inventory accuracy is increased: 95 percent instead of 60 percent can be easily reached.

Transparency gains can affect the entire supply chain. Friction losses during transport or in the distribution center are avoided. Tagged products open up new customer (integrative) channels.

Via NFC, the customer can be offered interaction possibilities - from proof of authenticity to extended, personalized services.

RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2019 Focus on retail: the customers themselves!

Hardware for retail

From entry-level solutions with a handheld to fully covered stores with RFID ceiling antennas for automated stocktaking and goods tracking; reliable interfaces have been created for POS integration and integration of RFID data into merchandise management systems.

Smart Shelfs and Smart Mirrors enable optimized information and interaction with customers. Services right through to checkout in the changing room with wireless IoT technology have successfully left the proof-of-concept phase behind.

Robots that carry out independent stocktaking after closing time are tried-and-tested technology applications in continuous use.

RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2019 Focus on retail: Using customer data effectively and responsibly

Omni Channel? More up to date than ever!

The retail trade is moved by numerous influencing factors. Flexibility is required. Wireless IoT technologies create the database needed to bring the classic brick-and-mortar store into the digital age.

The decisive factor is to implement the technological tools suitable for the individual product range and the target group. Successes already achieved by first players in the fashion industry or in the food retail trade emphatically underline: Wireless IoT works!

The Lectures

Here you can see the preliminary forum program. The program structure and contents are continuously updated.
KEYNOTE | From Logistics to Inventories to Customer Interaction: A Hybrid Chip for All Applications

KEYNOTE | From Logistics to Inventories to Customer Interaction: A Hybrid Chip for All Applications

Dr. Paul Muller
RFID Business Unit Manager, EM Microelectronic
Happy Guests – Happy Business: How Hard Rock Cafe Lyon Enhances Guest Experience and Achieves Business Benefits by Utilizing Trusted NFC and BLE

Happy Guests – Happy Business: How Hard Rock Cafe Lyon Enhances Guest Experience and Achieves Business Benefits by Utilizing Trusted NFC and BLE

Eric Bregand
Chief Technology Officer, Pop'n Link
Stadiums Journey Towards RFID

Stadiums Journey Towards RFID

Johan Stenström
Supply Chain Developer, Stadium
LPP Initiated Widespread RFID Implementation in 500 Fashion Stores

LPP Initiated Widespread RFID Implementation in 500 Fashion Stores

Alexander Yashin
RFID Expert, LPP
Refrigerator For New Retail: Real-Time Inventory Data and Self-Checkout

Refrigerator For New Retail: Real-Time Inventory Data and Self-Checkout

Ville Voipio
Head of Sales & Marketing, Stora Enso
Why the combination of RFID, IoT and AI is the key for ensuring ROI, increasing sales and inventory accuracy, and reducing unknown losses

Why the combination of RFID, IoT and AI is the key for ensuring ROI, increasing sales and inventory accuracy, and reducing unknown losses

Jacobo Penide
Founder and Chief Executive Officer, BIONIX
Maximizing Shelf Availability and Controlling Shoplifting Combining Dual EAS & RFID Technology

Maximizing Shelf Availability and Controlling Shoplifting Combining Dual EAS & RFID Technology

Carlos Lopez
Apparel Channel Sales Director Europe, Checkpoint
Roll Out: Matalan Implemets RFID on Item Level Across 220 Stores in the UK for Inventory Accuracy and Customer Service

Roll Out: Matalan Implemets RFID on Item Level Across 220 Stores in the UK for Inventory Accuracy and Customer Service

Dean Frew
Chief of Technology & SVP – RFID Solutions, SML Group
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