When Saks Fifth Avenue reopened in New York City last month, it featured several new safety and sanitary features, with one particularly notable addition — ultraviolet light handrail sanitizing. The ultraviolet light emanating from the escalators of the sprawling department store is just one of a smattering of emerging technologies popping up in brick-and-mortar stores to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. These virus prevention systems — ranging from room density monitors to non-invasive body temperature scanning — are evolving into a booming industry of their own. For the average consumer walking into a retail store, many of these technologies aren’t immediately obvious to the naked eye, but rather inconspicuous additions. Here’s what you can expect to see — or rather, not see — on upcoming shopping trips. Read more at Business Insider.