Images: Ten Years of Intel at NRF: Retail Transformation Has Only Just Begun

  • Pensa’s autonomous drone system, utilizing in-store servers wi
  • Using cameras and artificial intelligence, NCR helps the bottom
  • Created by Mood Media, WestRock, In-Store Screen and Intel, Smar
  • Kendu’s Interactive Archway allows retailers to highlight hero
  • JD.com’s Smart Vending JD Go removes friction and provides pro
  • CloudPick uses automated door access, weighting sensors, cameras
  • The ASICS Interactive Shoe Display uses a touchscreen totem to a

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Photo 1: Pensa’s autonomous drone system, utilizing in-store servers with Intel architecture to power the analytics, uses computer vision and artificial intelligence to inform retailers of what is on shelves and what is missing – across all stores, everywhere, at any point in time. Intel is at NRF 2019 from Jan. 13-15 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #3437). (Credit: Intel Corporation).

Photo 2: Using cameras and artificial intelligence, NCR helps the bottom line by providing technology for retailers to improve the shopping experience while reducing shrink. Intel is at NRF 2019 from Jan. 13-15 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #3437). (Credit: Intel Corporation).

Photo 3: Created by Mood Media, WestRock, In-Store Screen and Intel, Smart Digital Shelving allows brick-and-mortar retailers to harness data to design more engaging customer experiences, which result in greater traffic conversion and basket size. Intel is at NRF 2019 from Jan. 13-15 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #3437). (Credit: Intel Corporation).

Photo 4: Kendu’s Interactive Archway allows retailers to highlight hero products in a store and demonstrates how a customer can engage with new products to learn more. Intel is at NRF 2019 from Jan. 13-15 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #3437). (Credit: Intel Corporation).

Photo 5: JD.com’s Smart Vending JD Go removes friction and provides product recommendations to customers. Intel is at NRF 2019 from Jan. 13-15 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #3437). (Credit: Intel Corporation).

Photo 6: CloudPick uses automated door access, weighting sensors, cameras and computer vision to create a frictionless experience for shoppers, and an efficient store for retailers. Intel is at NRF 2019 from Jan. 13-15 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #3437). (Credit: Intel Corporation).

Photo 7: The ASICS Interactive Shoe Display uses a touchscreen totem to allow consumers to control the wall-sized display as they scroll through the ASICS catalog to find more information about each shoe. Intel is at NRF 2019 from Jan. 13-15 at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth #3437). (Credit: Intel Corporation).

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