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It was recently revealed that Nordstrom tracked movements throughout 17 of their stores via Wi-Fi from their customers' cell phones. Annie explains how the technology works, and the concerns it is raising among consumers. What do your think about your movements being tracked in retail stores? Let us know in the comments! Opt out of Euclid Analytics: https://signup.euclidelements.com/optout Please Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thetechfeed Google+: http://gplus.to/techfeed Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/techfeedtv Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TECHFEED_News Follow Annie on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/anniegaus And on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/anniegaus Host: Annie Gaus Producer: Lauren Rudser Associate Producers: Todd Boudreaux, Chastit...
Department stores, supermarkets and other brick-and-mortar merchants are using technology to track our buying behaviors. But are they basically spying on us and using the information to their advantage? Joseph Turow, professor at University of Pennsylvania and author of "The Aisles Have Eyes: How Retailers Track Your Shopping, Strip Your Privacy, and Define Your Power," joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the practice. Subscribe to the "CBS This Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/1Q0v2hE Watch "CBS This Morning" HERE: http://bit.ly/1T88yAR Watch the latest installment of "Note to Self," only on "CBS This Morning," HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1Sh8XlB Follow "CBS This Morning" on Instagram HERE: http://bit.ly/1Q7NGnY Like "CBS This Morning" on Facebook HERE: http://on.fb.me/1LhtdvI Follow "CBS T...
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Why are companies so intent on using technology to track our behavior? Our actions reveal what we desire, how we shop, and why we buy. Retailers can now learn so much more about shopper behavior than ever before, and while these “big data” applications create concerns about privacy, the detailed data can be used to design stores, product offerings and promotions that connect with our interests, speed up the shopping process, and help us find items we will buy. These new tools are critical to improving store efficiency and shoppability; and offer a vision of the future of retailing. Raymond R. Burke (Bloomington, IN USA) is the E.W. Kelley Professor of Business Administration at Indiana University...
Go into any grocery store and cameras may be watching you. These cameras are not looking for thieves, they're looking for shoppers! The cameras are focused on the tops of peoples' heads (so it's anonymous), but they don't have to see faces to track which store aisles get the most traffic and how long consumers spend looking over products. With support from the National Science Foundation, computer scientist and CEO of VideoMining Rajeev Sharma and his team have designed software that automatically generates statistics about in-store shopping behavior. These statistics can provide valuable insights for supporting critical decisions in store layout design, merchandising, marketing, and customer service. Sharma's team has developed similar technology to help caregivers monitor the elderly. ...
Omni-Channel Analytics is critical to the success of modern retailers. But most stores lack the ability to understand, analyze and optimize the in-store customer experience. This video explains how Digital Mortar's in-store journey analytics can drive continuous improvement with omni-channel retail.
Your favorite retailers may be tracking every step you take as you walk down the aisles of their stores! How and why they do it plus what you can do to stop it.
Think of what you do with your cell - text, take pictures, get on Facebook. You may even use it to shop. But when you step into a store, you may not be the only one who knows the last thing you bought. CNS-TV's Nicholas Munson was in Annapolis to hear the debate between business practices and privacy.
Odera Ume-Ezeoke is CEO of Viewsy.com. Viewsy tracks visitors in the offline world and measures important KPIs with a Wifi-signal based tracking technology. Odera talks to Tobias Fox on the SEOCAMPIXX conference in Berlin / Germany. More information @ http://www.campixx-week.de
This is a computer vision based system which automatically detects when products are taken off a shelf in a retail store. The algorithm first detects which item was removed from the shelf then it uses feature matching to compare the removed item to a large, continuously updated database of product images to find the product image with the highest matching correlation. That product is then logged as 'Out-of-stock' if the last item was taken.
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Retailers are using technology to enhance a shopper’s experience, but at what point does it become too personal?
System is tracking item-level visibility of any asset located in retail shelving storage and generates real-time-location data in required by the customer format. System coverage is based on mapping of shelf space. Group of antennas that installed above shelf will set precise cell within each system's module accordingly storage Plano gram. Basic module can cover 8 feet x 8 feet of shelving surface. Each cell can have a square or rectangular foot print. System capable to locate items with preciseness from 0.5 foot x 0.5 foot to 4 feet x 4 feet. Update of items locations can vary from 2 sec till 3 min depending on customer's need. System can be used as well to for bookshelves, archives, pharmacies shelving, etc.
Racking the provenance of materials is at the centre of understanding whether a product is ethical, but that's not easy with global supply chains.There may be a solution: blockchain. That's according to Provenance founder Jessi Baker, who told attendees of WIRED Retail that brands can build trust through transparency using the bitcoin technology. Subscribe to WIRED ►► http://po.st/SubscribeWired READ MORE: http://wired.uk/R8JShI WIRED Retail is our annual exploration of the ever-changing world of commerce, featuring leading technologists, entrepreneurs and creatives innovating in sectors as diverse as robotics, virtual reality and the future of home delivery. For all our coverage from the event, head over to our WIRED Retail hub. http://www.wired.co.uk/wired-retail-2015 CONNECT WITH WIR...
Retailers tracking habits
Some retailers are turning to new technologies that track customers' shopping choices and spending habits inside their stories. But is the strategy paying off at the cash register? Courtney Reagan has the story for NBR.
Did you know your smartphone or tablet can easily be tracked when you're out and about? Michael McKinnon, AVG Security Advisor, how retailers are now able to track your shopping habits via WiFi and how you can prevent this. He recommends turning off Wifi on your mobile device when not in use. Instead of doing this manually, you can use AVG WiFi Assistant to help automate your Wifi settings and protect your Android device from tracking. Download AVG WiFi assist here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.avg.wifiassist
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