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Regulatory Compliance and Electronic Shelf Labels: Navigating Legal Requirements

EasyChair Preprint no. 11203

9 pagesDate: October 30, 2023


The retail industry has witnessed a transformative shift with the adoption of Electronic Shelf Labels (ESL) technology, offering numerous benefits in terms of pricing accuracy, inventory management, and customer engagement. However, this technological advancement comes with a complex regulatory landscape that retailers must navigate to ensure compliance with local, regional, and national legal requirements. This research paper explores the intricate relationship between ESL technology and regulatory compliance, shedding light on the challenges and solutions faced by retailers in adhering to diverse legal frameworks. By analyzing relevant legislation and standards, as well as conducting interviews and surveys with industry experts, this study seeks to provide a comprehensive understanding of the legal landscape surrounding ESL technology. The paper delves into various aspects of regulatory compliance, including pricing regulations, advertising standards, data protection, and consumer rights. It examines the specific requirements that pertain to the use of ESLs in different regions and industries, highlighting the need for careful consideration during implementation.

Keyphrases: economic impacts, Electronic Shelf Labels, Retail landscape

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  author = {Lee Kasowaki and Samual John},
  title = {Regulatory Compliance and Electronic Shelf Labels: Navigating Legal Requirements},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 11203},

  year = {EasyChair, 2023}}
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