Essentially, we are transforming the input from the cameras into a live assistant, one which is able to provide vital updates and answer questions backed by the most up-to-date information you have available.
Retail is the third most dangerous industry in terms of non-fatal accidents and injuries. SAI’s computer vision platform can help retailers quickly identify potential trips and slip hazards, reducing their exposure to a $6bn problem.
There is a lazy assumption in the tech industry that artificial intelligence systems can only run efficiently if they use GPUs. Mandating this kind of specialised device has a few important effects
A recurrent topic of conversation was around an protecting stores against an expected increase in theft caused by the global cost of living crises, however there was also a big interest in monitoring and managing customer journeys through stores.
While frictionless shopping experiences such as Amazon’s Just Walk Out service have been grabbing headlines and generating a lot of hype around in-store computer vision systems, such a big-bang approach is simply out of line with the strategy of most existing brick-and-mortar retailers.