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The stores continue to be the central gathering place in almost every community. The statistics show that on average, shoppers visit groceries 6 times per month and spend there 41 minutes. Often consumers complain that they can stay there for an eternity in searching items they need. For a long time, this was a difficult puzzle for every retailer: how to increase sales, improve consumer shopping experience and avoid crowd congestions?
On Summer 2015 our partners Maugry started the project of developing a mobile app for the Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography in line with the programme of Kunstkamera rebranding. The purpose of the project is to fill existing space of the Kunstkamera with a number of innovative ideas that meet requirements of the information age, attract an attention of the Internet generation and allow the museum to go beyond its walls.
If Burning Man meets TED, it will become the most creative technology event. That's why the organizers of Slush, a non-profit movement from Finland, describes this event such way. Creators had a crazy and brave idea to combine decorations of musical festivals with a content of tech events. Well, these efforts were truly justified!
Navigine became a provider of the indoor navigation for participants of the 5th annual Open Innovations Forum 2016, held last week in Moscow. During the three days, Skolkovo technopark became the place for sharing experience and knowledge in the industries of technological entrepreneurship and innovative development and hosted more than 14 thousand participants from 95 countries (it’s a record for all five years of Forum history).
IBM SmartCamp is a global competition among rising startups that compete and pitch their business in local events in order to win the chance to compete in the finals in San Francisco in March 2017.
The New Haven hackathon is the part of the the Northeast Hackathon series where innovative people get together and fuse software and hardware to make amazing inventions. Thanks to the City of New Haven Authorities this event took place in the city’s most vibrant and crowded location - New Haven's Union Station. During a weekend over 10 teams were working on their projects as responses to various IoT and Smart City themed challenges. These solutions invented electronics, sensors, and software to create something to help prototype smart city transportation system of the future, improve the traveler's user experience, encourage feedback and constant improvements.