Retail

Retail is becoming an increasingly challenging sector. The need to stay afloat in the age of Amazon and the move towards multi-channel sales, are just two reasons why retailers invest in wireless comms technologies

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Report: AI could create jobs

Technology company Capgemini has published findings suggesting that the use of artificial intelligence may actually increase the number of jobs, rather than causing them to be lost.

According to its new report ‘Turning AI into concrete value’, four fifths of firms ...

First autonomous delivery vehicle trials take place in London

The first UK trials of a self-driving delivery van operating in a residential area have been completed by online retailer Ocado. The tests were carried out as part of the GATEway Project in Greenwich, near the Royal Arsenal Riverside development.

The test vehicle – ...

Bluewater's new indoor 4G coverage

Arqiva has partnered with real estate company Landsec to provide 4G connectivity to the massive Bluewater shopping centre near London

The installation, which is planned to start later this summer, will replace Bluewater’s existing coverage, providing a 2G/3G/4G, ...

In-Depth

Two-way radio for retailers

The new capabilities offered by today’s digital radios are increasingly being enlisted in the battle to keep the high street open and to cut retailers’ costs, as Kate O’Flaherty discovers

Two-way radios have been used by the retail industry for decades. But in recent ...

PTT over Cellular Insight

Push-to-talk over Cellular (PoC) solutions have been in the market for years but are starting to come into their own thanks to 4G networks and new hardware designed for PTT users, especially for those on the move. Sam Fenwick looks at the current state of play

Wi-Fi for town centres

Philip Mason examines the efforts being made by local authorities to roll out free ?Wi-Fi in town centres

Convenient access to the internet has become essential. We now expect ever-increasing data speeds at home, whether that’s to stream content from Netflix, ...

Wireless for retail

The hard-fought battle to keep the nation shopping on the high street and not from the sofa is ongoing. Sam Fenwick explores the technology retailers can use to gain the advantage

Our nation’s high streets are suffering. You’d be hard-pressed to find one anywhere ...

Attack of the robot grocers

The Cambridge Wireless Connected Devices SIG meeting sparked wide-ranging discussion on provocative topics; from the tussle between low power wide area (LPWA) players and the cellular industry to robot swarms. Sam Fenwick reports

The Cambridge Wireless Connected ...

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