Towards a Wireless and Low-Power Infrastructure for Representing Information Based on E-Paper Displays
AbstractThere has been much interest in replacing traditional information supports with more technological solutions in recent years. New technologies which allow paper-like perception with minimal power needs have emerged as low-power wireless scenarios. A priority for these new supports is to create the architecture for a scalable solution which maintains minimal power requirements. The retail industry demands a new information infrastructure that improves customer and employee satisfaction. In this work, authors propose an information provision architecture based on E-Paper and carry out an experiment where different smart labeling architectures based on Paper, E-Paper, LED liquid crystal display (LCD) and Dot-matrix LCD were tested in order to determine which is best suited for a real labeling environment. Enclosed in a research project called SMARKET, the authors pilot-tested the work in a real supermarket, having the opportunity to survey employees and customers about satisfaction and frustration with the use of the architectures proposed in this research work. View Full-Text
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Sánchez-de-Rivera, D.; Martín, D.; Alcarria, R.; Bordel, B.; Robles, T. Towards a Wireless and Low-Power Infrastructure for Representing Information Based on E-Paper Displays. Sustainability 2017, 9, 76.
Sánchez-de-Rivera D, Martín D, Alcarria R, Bordel B, Robles T. Towards a Wireless and Low-Power Infrastructure for Representing Information Based on E-Paper Displays. Sustainability. 2017; 9(1):76.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sánchez-de-Rivera, Diego; Martín, Diego; Alcarria, Ramón; Bordel, Borja; Robles, Tomás. 2017. "Towards a Wireless and Low-Power Infrastructure for Representing Information Based on E-Paper Displays." Sustainability 9, no. 1: 76.
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