The Last Mile of the delivery process, where parcels are sorted to reach their final destinations, is complex and challenging. Fortunately for Post and Parcel organizations, mobile computer vision technology allows them to scan barcodes with smart devices to complete all tasks in every area of the Last Mile enterprise, more affordably and effectively than ever before. Here are five key reasons smart devices equipped with mobile computer vision solutions, such...

PRESS RELEASE Presentation will include client case study showing how retailers can digitize in-store experience San Francisco, CA and Zurich, Switzerland - June 18, 2018 - Scandit, the leading developer of next-generation mobile data capture solutions based on computer vision, augmented reality and machine learning technologies, will give a presentation titled, “Client Case Study: How Mobile Vision And Augmented Reality Deliver The Blend Of Physical And Digital Shopping In-Store,” at the upcoming...

Trust implements pilot as part of Scan4Safety Program Scandit, the leading developer of next-generation mobile data capture solutions based on computer vision, augmented reality and machine learning, has been instrumental in a highly successful pilot run by Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, one of the largest and busiest acute hospital trusts in the UK. Scandit’s technology sat at the core of a fit-for-purpose scanning app that allowed medical staff to capture...

The “Last Mile” of a delivery is where the supply chain meets the end customer. It is a complex process, often handled by a third-party specialist, where visibility is crucial. Customers typically want to receive products next day or even sooner, necessitating a high degree of transparency to ensure smooth delivery performance and customer satisfaction. Mobile barcode scanning is an ideal enabler for allowing both customers and Last Mile delivery providers...

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...

Retailers who visited the Scandit booth at the recent NRF 2018 Annual Convention & Expo in New York City saw demonstrations of how mobile data capture technology can turn brick-and-mortar stores into connected hubs of seamless retailing. Booth demos included: Scandit Case for Android – This enterprise scanning case works out of the box and offers a variety of ergonomic scanning options for select Android devices. Case for Android delivers a...

PRESS RELEASE Mercaux and Scandit announce successful integration of mobile data capture engine into in-store digital platform in advance of NRF San Francisco, CA and Zurich, Switzerland January 10, 2018 -- Scandit, the leading developer of next-generation mobile data capture solutions based on computer vision, augmented reality and machine learning technologies, is partnering with Mercaux to transform the brick-and-mortar customer shopping experience with leading-edge in-store digital capabilities. The Mercaux mobile platform enables retailers...

Shoe retailer improves in-store response times, associate productivity Scandit, the leading developer of next-generation mobile data capture solutions based on computer vision, augmented reality and machine learning, is providing the technology for an in-store scanning solution at footwear manufacturer and retailer Clarks. Widely deployed across Clarks retail outlets throughout the UK, the Stock Assist app is available to sales teams on tablets and helps them quickly confirm if a customer’s choices...