SmartSight leverages the computer vision, machine learning, workflow automation and robotic capabilities of Zebra’s EMA50 enterprise mobile automation system to accurately identify out-of-stock conditions, pricing inconsistencies and planogram issues on the shelf. The subscription-based solution is the first of its kind to put this data to work by generating corrective actions to store associates’ mobile computers to resolve these issues in near real-time.
SmartSight increases store inventory availability above 95% by autonomously scanning shelves and generating tasks for store associates to restock or update in a timely manner. The solution also allows retailers to reassign an average of 65 labor hours per store per week to higher value assignments that are more focused on engaging shoppers and less focused on managing what’s on the shelf.
“Leveraging Zebra’s deep retail experience and market leadership over the last 50 years, SmartSight provides brick and mortar retailers a performance edge by autonomously prescribing corrective actions to associates based on what is happening at the shelf while also freeing up more of their time to focus on providing the best service to shoppers,” said Joe White, SVP and GM of Enterprise Mobile Computing, Zebra Technologies.