Moshe Rappaport

Voice control and touchscreen will be soon more important than keyboard and mouse. Speech recognition systems are today very reliable and are successfully used in modern cars.” A reduction in the complexity of the network and a democratization of the Internet access is achieved through personalized, adaptive and trusted electronic companion. “Become the annoying first steps of identification of relevant information by means of machine-to-machine communication with individual instances in the Internet of things ‘ negotiate ‘, says Dippelhofer. However, no technological dependencies are likely to occur, which lead to a loss of self-determination. Smart Wizard will change the world of shopping. This symbiotic link of a new technology and a new generation of mobile devices will give dramatic impulse shopping experience in the retail. Dressing rooms soon with digital will be Touchscreens be equipped shopping Assistant and voice-activated kiosks will allow also customers, to select clothing and accessories as a supplement or replacement for the already provided wardrobe”, runs IBM. The last mile in the retail sector will look totally different in a few years.

The classical shop must be no longer part of the distribution network. As a consumer, I would like to take only the most essential article in place. What’s beyond that should be brought me home. Rather than travel far to get me into a great range, I will go to a showroom, where it shows me the whole range – real or virtual”, says Moshe Rappaport, IBM expert on technology and innovation trends. It should be in stock no longer all items in the store. It totally sufficient to be able to show everything. In the foreground, but the service is no longer available the products.

We make dresses as an example. I must have not all sizes in all colors. Can I try in an electronic dressing room in all variations and make my buying decision. Do I get after my shopping trip back into their own home, waiting for the package already on me and I can attract the clothing”, so the views of Rappaport.