Recently it seems that there are more and more common use-cases of robotics in fashion retail today, and shed a light on some of the future trends of these applications on retail at large.
Most common applications does cover the following intents:
Drawing Customer Attention
In-Store Customer Service
Retrieving products from customers (eg: when connected to a 4th generation V-Machine)
Following you some real life picture and video of provided customer experience:
1177 @ Arteni, Udine, Italy – Made with love by Softec S.p.a ( IT:YSFT)
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IoT device map 2017 that summarizes the 122 devices that can be purchased in Japan.
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InfiniteUSB is an open chain of USB ports, granting an unlimited supply of open slots!
Whenever a new InfiniteUSB is plugged in, a new USB port will be created. Instead of forcing you to constantly hot swap devices into that one port, InfiniteUSB keeps all your cables connected, with only one port from your laptop.
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The Sonnet uses Wi-Fi and long range radio to keep service on your phone when your out of range or off the grid. It also has some life saving features that could come in handy.
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One colleague shared with me this nice picture of
Pepper taken during an event.
It look like #Pepper has got a lot of success and stole a kiss from one of the attendee ;-0
Photo credit: Mattia S.
A very cool article found here on
Medium by Per Harald Borgen, on how to create and train a neural network using Synaptic.js, which allows you to do deep learning in Node.js and the browser.
Here is link to the
full article – Per Harald Borgen @ Medium.
Here is a list of all the hot key combinations that will certainly come in handy for every Windows and MacOS user.
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This table represents the values to set in the tag of the table it’s used to set Pepper’s voice:
\ Vct = 135 \
50 to 200
\ Rspd = 110 \
50 to 400
\ Pau = 1000 \
\ Vol = 50 \
0 to 100
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Pepper is the Intesa Sanpaolo Innovation Center’s robot-guide.
Usually he lives on the 31st floor of the company’s skyscraper in Turin, but he was also at the Salone del Libro, where he became one of the most popular guests.
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It looks like co-working be a multi-multi-multi billionaire business.