In the retail industry, as it is across all industries, there’s a proliferation of devices retailers must consider in their environments – those of their customers and just as importantly, those their employees use to do their jobs effectively.
What many don’t know is that Google was an early adopter of wireless charging in its Nexus series and whilst the technology remained on the sidelines for the first and second-gen Pixels, it’s back with a vengeance. Google’s decision to not only integrate wireless charging into its flagship product but to bundle it with a smart, wireless charging stand, signifies something much bigger – the tech giant’s commitment to a wireless world.
This month, thanks to the team at Apple, we have welcomed three new wireless charging-enabled smartphones into our lives. Whilst this is nothing overtly new, the announcement signifies something much bigger - a bold, industry commitment to a wireless world. So, let’s think about what this means for you.
One of Canada’s largest sporting and concert venues, the Aviva Centre, recently deployed Chargifi’s smart wireless charging solution to enhance its fan experience for the Rogers Cup. This was Chargifi’s first deployment in Canada and included powering wireless charging throughout the venue as well as providing cloud management services within the Rogers Fan Hub, which was an innovative pop-up event space for interactive fan experiences.