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NetWeaver Cloud @DemoJam

SAP TechEd season is about to start and once again the geeks have been asked to submit their demos for DemoJam

As such we’re glad to see several contenders choosing SAP NetWeaver Cloud as their platform of choice. Let me share with you a few demos we’ll see:

Garbage Collector

Description: A waste receiving process simplified for truck drivers and weigh bridge operators. See how SAP NetWeaver Cloud with SAP NetWeaver BPM and SAP UI5 actually facilitates a process that usually is handled in all kind of paper documents.

Authors: Twan van den Broek, Leo van Hengel

SAP Droids FoodAgent

Further info:

Related blog: SAP Netweaver Cloud – it’s childs play

Coach: John Astill

Store Trek


Powered by K-Motion Store technology. This is the first incarnation of a 3D store that crosses the divide between in store and online shopping. Online is quick and convenient and products are recommended to you but the experience is not very engaging or immersive. In store you can see entire product ranges but they are not tailored to you, you have to travel to the store and get stuck in the queue at checkout. Store Trek takes the benefits of in store by delivering tailored virtual shelves in a virtual store layout driven by a personalisation engine you would have with an online store.

The kinect allows you to walk round the TV with the shelves automatically adjusting to give you the rich 3D experience. Rendering tens of thousands of products from real retailers in realtime you can purchase items by reaching out towards the shelf and the product will be added directly to your basket.

Authors: Daniel McNamara

Looking forward to seeing you on stage – keeping our fingers crossed for you all!

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      Author's profile photo Pankaj Kumar
      Pankaj Kumar

      Very nice entries for the demojam. Best luck to all.

      For the garbage collector guys - if possible it would be nice to see some SAPGUI screenshots in the video.