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HKBN detector helps retailers spot coronavirus

Telecoms and technology provider HKBN Enterprise has launched a smart IoT thermal detector (SITD), a service that will help Hong Kong retailers and other businesses mitigate the risks of coronavirus infection in their premises.
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Retail IoT tech can help in fight against coronavirus

IoT technology that lets shoppers buy goods without going to a checkout can reduce the risks of catching coronavirus from using tochscreens and card payment machines in stores and supermarkets, according to retail technology company Ubamarket.
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IMC to host Industrial IoT Online Summit this month

The IoT M2M Council (IMC) – the largest trade group serving the IoT sector, with 25,000 members – has organised a full online conference for industrial users. The Industrial IoT Online Summit will take place from 22 to 23 April 2020.
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Mercato and Spins launch attribute-powered grocery platform

Wellness-focused data and technology provider Spins is working with online grocery ecommerce fulfilment platform Mercato to launch what they claim is the largest attribute-powered online grocery ecommerce offering in the USA.
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Streetify increases store options during virus lockdown

Shopping platform Streetify is supporting government efforts around the globe to save local businesses during coronavirus-related lockdown orders by letting them show delivery options and other store information on a virtual platform.
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Smart retail labeller Danavation accepts reverse takeover

Smart retail labelling company Danavation Technologies has accepted a reverse takeover bid from fellow Canadian company Wolf’s Den Capital.
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FruPro connects retailers and growers to reduce food waste

UK start-up FruPro has released a not-for-profit platform that connects retailers and growers, feeding half a million people in just two days with food destined for the bin.
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Connected vending machines to grow at 16%, says Berg

The global installed base of connected vending machines worldwide could reach 8.9 million by 2024, according to Berg Insight, up from an estimated 4.2 million units in 2019.
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