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August 2019

August 2019| 48 Pages

The boom in online retailing has surely created a huge competition for the bricks-and-mortar retailers. Accepting the challenge the offline retailers with the help of technology like Virtual Trial Rooms, Smart Mirrors, Virtual Reality (VR) and Self-Checkout have done many innovations in their store to maintain the interest of the customers. This issue consists of an article that will talk in detail about how these technologies are helping retailers redefine customers’ in-store shopping experience.

Moreover, another article consists of an interview with Jeff Messer, Vice President, Size Stream, where SW found out everything that apparel & fashion industry should know about what it takes to scan accurate body measurements and how prolonged issue of correct body measurement can be tackled. Cutting Room is another challenging area where the cost of garment can be controlled enormously by saving fabric. In the article ‘Cutting Technology Suppliers Embrace Industry 4.0 Like Never Before’, Team SW has talked about how various cutting technology giants are using data analytics and other Industry 4.0 concepts to help manufacturers save time and cost in cutting room in order to let them sustain and be profitable in longer run.


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AI and data analytics

Here’s how AI and data analytics changing the apparel retail game

More and more retailers are opting for Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics to enrich the store experience of customers.

Feb 05, 2019  |  Industry 4.0

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Size Stream addresses 3D body measurement issues head-on with its technology

What is it that takes to measure a human body in the most precise way? Will you go for manual tailoring or 3D body scanners? If one chooses to have accuracy of measurement, then 3D body scanners should be the first choice and US-based Size Stream is tackling this measurement issue head-on with its body scanners.

Jul 30, 2019  |  Industry 4.0