Electronic shelf labels are beginning to look like the real thing. The electronic systems, which hold the promise of providing a wide range of enhanced productivity and merchandising benefits, have been involved in extensive testing for years. But until now questions about the considerable costs and long-term reliability of the labels have stalled any widescale installations of the innovative systems. Not anymore. Suddenly, a flurry of activity is propelling electronic shelf labeling from ...
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