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Intelligent technology will shape the future of retail

Amido research shows 88% of retail tech decision makers (TDMs) see the potential of the likes of AI, AR and VR as ways to increase their competitive advantage, but many are struggling trying to meet the convenience demands of consumers.

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TeamViewer partners with Google Cloud

TeamViewer and Google Cloud partner to modernise retail and e-commerce processes through improved in-store order picking.

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VINCI Energies and TeamViewer partner to drive digital transformation

The technology partnership focuses on the joint development of ‘Internet of Things’ and ‘Augmented Reality’ solutions for industrial use cases. The first jointly developed solution allows the rapid creation of digital twins in industrial environments, reducing the time of creation from weeks to hours.

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ABB augments reality with new remote support technologies

ABB launches pioneering global solutions to provide remote support using immersive extended reality.

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NTT to create world’s largest connected stadium, generating a ‘digital twin’ of the Tour de France

The unique concept will bring together people, processes and technology over 3,400km ensuring the continuity and resilience of the race.

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Amido research shows 88% of retail tech decision makers (TDMs) see the potential of the likes of AI, AR and VR as ways to increase their competitive advantage, but many are struggling trying to meet the convenience demands of consumers.
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