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Laird and Semtech use LoRa to improve food safety




Laird Connectivity and Semtech are working together to improve food safety in restaurant chains such as Shake Shack and Five Guys. Wireless connectivity firm Laird has integrated LoRa technology in temperature monitors for CM Systems’ ComplianceMate.
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Vodafone helps Perch engage in-store shoppers




New York physical and digital display company Perch is working with Vodafone Business to provide reliable, consistent and engaging digital experiences in stores via IoT services.
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Oracle gives Stein Mart holistic view of inventory




Stein Mart, a US discount men and women’s department store chain, has gained a holistic view of its inventory and a more streamlined approach to merchandise planning with Oracle Cloud.
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Walmart uses VeChain blockchain to trace food in China




Shanghai-based VeChain's blockchain technology is helping Walmart China implement a traceability strategy for products and pioneer the large-scale application of blockchain traceability.
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Vitamin Shoppe deploys RetailNext analytics




The Vitamin Shoppe has rolled out retail analytics from California-based RetailNext across all its 770 stores in the USA and Puerto Rico following a 75-store pilot in December.
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Location technology lets 7-Eleven deliver to public spaces




Convenience store chain 7-Eleven is using location technology on smartphones to deliver goods to where its customers are rather than to a fixed address.
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Lake District clothing store adopts Eurostop connected technology




One of the most iconic shops in England’s Lake District has adopted connected retail technology to improve the customer experience. The sixty-year-old George Fisher outdoor clothing and equipment store has selected Eurostop’s retail system for its in-store operations.
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Nimbelink joins IMC to access IoT buyers

Nimbelink, a provider of turnkey products for asset tracking and other applications, has joined the IoT M2M Council (IMC) – with 25,000 members the largest trade group serving the internet of things technology sector – for better access to OEMs and enterprise users that deploy the technology.
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