Monthly Archives: April 2020

In-store Device Ensures Social-Distancing

Amid the panic and confusion caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the San Diego-based tech company Indyme, who specialise in shopper engagement and loss prevention, are making social distancing easier to follow inside shops selling essential items, such as groceries and pharmacies.

COVID-19: SmartDome

SmartDome is a battery-operated device that monitors an area in store and when it detects people in that area, announces a message reminding them to maintain a safe social distance. 

Indyme unveils social distancing device as coronavirus changes in-store experience

Indyme’s launch of the SmartDome comes as essential retailers, such as grocery stores and pharmacies, address consumer’s concerns during the pandemic. According to the CDC, COVID-19 appears to spread between people who are within 6 feet of each other, which has led to widespread social distancing efforts across the U.S.

Breakup In Aisle Three: Retail Tech Goes The Distance

That same voice calling for a cleanup in the produce aisle may also start telling people to break it up. With social distancing currently a top priority of retailers in the current environment, a supplier of shopper engagement and loss prevention technologies has flipped the script, now making devices that heighten real-time awareness of social … Continue reading Breakup In Aisle Three: Retail Tech Goes The Distance