INDIANAPOLIS -- Marsh Supermarkets here will provide the first U.S. store installation of solar-powered electronic shelf labels when it launches a pilot in early September. The technology is currently being tested in a corporate laboratory environment, and software modifications are ongoing, according to a source at Marsh who requested anonymity. The pilot site, which has been selected but not disclosed, will be equipped with 14,000 labels that receive pricing data from a central computer ...
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