The ‘Eyes’ That Help A Store Track Its Goods

A Singapore-based firm has employed computer vision technology in a mobile service designed to improve efficiency in the retail sector.

Called Trax, the service reduces by 60 per cent the time an employee needs to spend on audits to check inventory, shelf display and product promotions.

A mobile phone or tablet is used to photograph the products on the shelves. The Trax algorithm based on computer vision technology recognises the products and the way they are displayed.

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