INVENT at “CeBit 2014” in Hanover, Germany.
The RFID based system attracted a lot of interest from many potential customers and partners from around the globe – Germany, Brazil, Italy, Turkey, UAE, Sweden, Malaysia, Romania, Greece, Russia and others, and as a whole there were conducted around 40 meetings to discuss possible partnerships and adoption of the inventory system INVENT.
Roberto Verino Store Allows Shoppers to Wear Garments VirtuallyMar. 26, 2012—A clothing store operated by Roberto Verino, located in Barcelona, Spain, is employing Keonn Technologies' AdvanMirror system, enabling customers to view themselves on a video screen as though they were wearing a specific garment, based on the reading of an RFID tag affixed to that piece of clothing. The virtual mirror allows a shopper to sample garments before walking into a fitting room to physically try them on.
The technology is intended not only to provide entertainment and a "wow" factor to the shopping experience, says Ramir De Porrata-Doria, Keonn's cofounder and CEO, but also to boost sales. The technology utilizes a combination of radio frequency identification and video technologies to enable shoppers to view images of themselves wearing specific clothing items, and forwards that information to an AppleiPad carried by the store's staff. The salespeople at Roberto Verino can access the iPad to view which items interest a customer, thereby providing the shopper with the opportunity to select other complementary garments or accessories, and to offer them to her as she uses the virtual mirror.