Watch Healey Cypher of ZIVELO retail tech company explain at PSFK's Future of Retail 2019 Conference why the future store will treat retail as software.
At the food delivery site's 40-seater eatery in Singapore, customers can order and receive a hot meal all via kiosk and other automated processes, eliminating the need for front-of-house human staff
Tech company Caper's carts are capable of advertising products, keeping track of items for checkout and guiding shoppers through the store with a touchscreen map, integrating several elements of the purchasing process
Commercial customers will be able to purchase boxed services with quick delivery and painless setup so they can integrate IoT into their workflow
Major retailers have begun using brick-and-mortar footprints as e-commerce fulfillment centers to offer another convenient option for shoppers
The home retailer created a demo store with Accenture that shows how AR could be used to display more products in stores with small footprints
Terminal 4 is lined with trees and plants from all over the world
The salon-style stores feature baths, brushes, haircuts, nail trims and more
The airline is trying out a set of automated luggage drop machines equipped with facial recognition technology in a Minneapolis airport
In our Food Debrief, PSFK looks at the ways new technologies are enabling an era of faster payment and customer convenience
PIN pads, card readers and screens have no place in the cash withdrawal of the future
SoloHealth is a kiosk that can check blood pressure, weight, eyesight, and track things like eating habits.
Reception Messenger hopes to deliver self-service administration, offering a way for office guests to check themselves in.