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Need fresh oxygen for FMCG retail? Image recognition may be your best bet

Need fresh oxygen for FMCG retail? Image recognition may be your best bet

With growing consumer demands and increasing product assortments, and post-pandemic impact at scale, FMCG brands in Australia have a plethora of challenges to deal with. Infilect Technologies, a global lead...
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Facing up: Choice reveals retailers scanning customer ‘faceprints’ on entry

Kmart, The Good Guys and Bunnings were found to use facial recognition technology to identify customers who enter stores...
Alexa helps Lyres buyers with recipes and tunes to mix cocktails by

Alexa helps Lyres buyers with recipes and tunes to mix cocktails by

Customers can follow instructions via any smart screen device, or they can navigate hands-free by asking “Alexa, what’s ...

Woolworths to accept QR code payments

The new feature added to the company’s loyalty program app will allow shoppers to seamlessly pay and earn reward points ...

UTS AI innovation aims to improve life for cage-free hens

The real-time video monitoring system currently features four cameras: two inside and two outside the sheds.

How startups are applying AI to ease supply chain disruptions

"The world's gotten too complex to try to manage some of these things on spreadsheets," said Dwight Klappich, a Gartner ...

Kmart denies rumours of switch to self service only

Kmart has since confirmed that it “will always have” the option of manned checkouts available for customers who want the...

How Coles aims to bring smaller shops to your door with drone delivery

The pilot, announced last week, offers more than 250 of Coles’ products for drone delivery, including fresh produce.

Wesfarmers warns of more Covid disruption after first-half profit dives

The company says global supply chain disruptions will lead to additional costs of products as well as impact availabilit...

Slyp raises $25 million in Series A fundraising

The capital raised in this round of funding will be used to accelerate the company's innovation to avoid the consumption...

From Domino’s to KFC: Is drone delivery the next convenience battleground?

Last month major brands like KFC and Domino’s announced they were launching drone delivery services. Here, we look at th...

How restaurant matchmaking app Foodini helps consumers tackle allergies

Australia has been called the food allergy capital of the world, yet many restaurants don’t seem to take the situation s...

Step aside, luxury retail: Walmart is entering the metaverse

The biggest retailer in the world has reportedly filed several trademark applications that suggest it plans to create it...

More than a fad? Here’s why NFTs are worth investing in

Many wonder about the practical purposes of the uber-trendy non-fungible tokens but some say they will soon prove invalu...

One step ahead: Anticipatory design is the next frontier in personalisation

Anticipatory design is the new frontier in personalisation. Advances in AI and machine learning have given retailers a g...

Navigating data deprecation

The deprecation of data will, without question, be disruptive to marketers over the short term, writes IRI.