Hanshow's Sustainable Store Solutions at Euroshop 2023

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by KnowESG
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Hanshow, a prominent player in the sustainable retail technology sector, has announced that it will be participating in EuroShop 2023 - the foremost global retail trade fair.

To achieve sustainable and enduring growth, it is crucial for a better, quicker, and more intelligent world to take into account critical environmental, social, and governance (ESG) responsibilities. At this year's event, Hanshow will offer visitors an exceptional chance to explore its range of comprehensive retail solutions, highlighting numerous innovative technological advancements and accomplishments.

At EuroShop 2023, Hanshow will showcase its solutions that aid retailers in transitioning from conventional retail practices to more innovative and effective digital methods. The emphasis of this year's demonstration will be on the new generation protocol high-density low-power cellular network (HiLPC), a communication protocol developed by Hanshow to meet the needs of retailers for high-density smart device management, rapid response time, and dependable service. HiLPC provides a more refined and professional digital management experience for retail stores.

Moreover, Hanshow's HiLPC has been specifically crafted to enhance update speed and optimise performance, resulting in indirect energy efficiency improvements. By reducing energy consumption and carbon footprint, retailers can now take a step towards a low-carbon, sustainable future.

In addition to its HiLPC solution, Hanshow presented other cutting-edge products at EuroShop 2023. These included a thermal detector that features a high-precision temperature sensor and a new member of the Nebular series, an Electronic Shelf Label (ESL) designed specifically for the DIY sector. These innovative products have been developed to meet the precise needs of customers and improve the sophistication and professionalism of digital management in retail stores.

The thermal detectors showcased at the event demonstrate how digital retail solutions can significantly reduce environmental impact and operational costs. The solution offers automatic temperature recording and real-time reporting with an impressive accuracy of up to ±0.1°C.

Retailers can benefit from real-time temperature anomaly alerts through various channels, including email. The data is stored securely through SaaS-based cloud service software deployment and platform management. Timely notifications of temperature abnormalities can decrease the likelihood of food spoilage, aid in adhering to food safety regulations, and lower labour costs and time investment.

In addition to the numerous advantages that traditional ESL solutions bring to retailers, such as increased store efficiency, better planning and speed, and a reduction in paper waste and energy costs, these new-generation solutions further enhance all existing benefits.

By managing over 52 million electronic shelf labels through its SaaS system as of February 2023, Hanshow is accelerating low-carbon digital transformation. By relying on Microsoft's Azure platform, Hanshow deploys SaaS systems globally to manage massive amounts of IoT smart hardware devices and solutions, which further enhances digital energy and carbon efficiency. Compared to local infrastructure solutions, Microsoft Azure improves energy efficiency by up to 93% and carbon reduction efficiency by 98%. The application of Hanshow's SaaS system provides retailers with a superior low-carbon management service.

Hanshow is committed to designing and implementing sustainable digital solutions and reducing the impact on the environment caused by its products, operations, and supply chain. Due to its achievements in green innovation, Hanshow has received authoritative CSR certification from EcoVadis. The company aims to provide energy-efficient and sustainable digital store solutions to its global customers. Hanshow will continue to explore and actively promote innovative applications of digital technology for a greener future.

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