Retail with ESL uses infrared technology to transmit information from the receiver to the digital price tags. This technology ensures a high bandwidth and the highest speed and, thus, shorter response times. Omni-channel retailers can respond flexibly to competitors price changes and adjust their own prices quickly and easily. Customers can be provided with comprehensive and updated prices and product information in stores, an option that paper price tags do not offer.
Radio Frequency Identification, or RFID, technology facilitates the contactless identification of goods and other objects by means of radio waves. RFID systems use the communications of the two components, the transponder (RFID tags, RFID chips, RFID labels) and the reader. Product-related data saved on the transponder is transmitted to the reader in a contactless manner with the aid of a receiving antenna. RFID technology offers a host of opportunities for retailers, their customers, and their staff members.
The overall picture is rounded up by our intelligent shelves that recognize when products are removed and when new merchandise has to be ordered – the best solution to optimize your warehouse management: prevent empty shelves and ensure minimum warehousing costs. In addition, you keep your sales staff on site informed about inventories at all times.