By Justin Corbell, Vice President of Sales, Scandit Inc. Since Amazon Go debuted to the public in 2018,  retailers have been investigating ways to emulate this type of smart vision for brick-and-mortar stores, to drive new innovations and customer experiences in their businesses. However, the “Just walk out” store, as Amazon calls it, represents the tip of the iceberg of retail automation and digitally enhanced shopping experiences awaiting consumers and store...

The debut of Amazon Go last month in Seattle offered a smart vision for brick-and- mortar stores, and there’s no doubt the pilot will change the way we shop. However, the "Just walk out" store, as Amazon calls it, represents the tip of the iceberg of the digitally enhanced shopping experience awaiting shoppers and store assistants. Mobile computer vision can be deployed more simply, cheaply and diversely to optimize the...

PRESS RELEASE Seventy-four percent of shoppers feel positively toward brick-and-mortar retailers, but lack of digital engagement sends them elsewhere to buy SAN FRANCISCO AND ZURICH - December 13, 2017 - Findings from a recent Scandit consumer survey of more than 1,500 respondents in the US, UK and Germany suggest brick-and-mortar retailers are missing valuable opportunities to digitally engage with customers and losing sales in the process. Survey results show that almost three-quarters (74%) feel...