Customers & Use Cases

Rochambeau introduces The Thinking Cap smart product concept at International Woolmark Prize Final

HOME The next ‘born digital’ product collaboration with The New Stand,  Avery Dennison and EVRYTHNG New York and Paris, 23 January 2017 — New York fashion label and International Woolmark Prize Menswear finalist, Rochambeau, today announced the launch of The Thinking Cap (, a #BornDigital™ concept creation that helps make the wearer smarter wherever they

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Introducing The Rochambeau Bright Bmbr Smart Jacket

HOME We were super excited to announce our collaboration with fashion brand Rochambeau to produce limited edition smart digital jackets that come with one-of-a-kind personalized experiences at Decoded Fashion New York. Since then it’s just launched for sale on The Wired Store and at The New Stand stores in NYC and online.       Read a selection of the coverage

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HOME An exclusive run of connected jackets  combines personalized product, content, and retail experiences to demonstrate the potential of IoT-powered #BornDigital clothing LONDON, NEW YORK, AND SAN FRANCISCO:  (October 27, 2016) – Avery Dennison Retail Branding and Information Solutions (RBIS), a division of Fortune 500® packaging materials leader Avery Dennison, and IoT Smart Products Platform

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Luxury Reimagined: Press for Dom Pérignon

HOME Luxury brands try very hard indeed to associate themselves with heritage, provenance and traditions stretching back into the mists of time. In fact this is essential to their premium value proposition. We pay significantly more to buy into the superior quality, craftsmanship and sheer class conjured by this historical narrative. In many ways this

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EVRYTHNG’s Response to Ofcom’s Internet of Things Consultation

HOME Ofcom, the UK regulator and competition authority for the communications industries, published a consultation document on promoting investment and innovation in the Internet of Things in late July 2014. EVRYTHNG has responded to this with a submission, an extract of which we have shared below. You can also read EVRYTHNG’s full Ofcom IoT consultation

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