ERIS or the Effective Retail Intelligent Scanner is the ultimate retail robot that resolves on-shelf- availability and price tag issues quickly and accurately.
ERIS is designed to be adaptable through and through. It seamlessly integrates with the store’s structure and retrieves correct data by comparing the live status of the barcodes with the store’s database. Each scanning session is supported by vision modules, consisting of high-resolution cameras and depth sensors. Equipped with autofocus lenses that prevent errors caused by shelf distance deviations, ERIS gathers and analyzes relevant information (shelf prices on both paper back and electronic labels, barcode location, OSA estimation) onsite.
Passing each high-quality image through AI algorithms, ERIS identifies price tag inconsistencies, determines on shelf availability and issues out of stock warnings. This allows its human operator to acknowledge and rectify problems in an instant, printing and replacing incorrect labels on-the-spot or restocking the shelves immediately.
Scan, process, solve on the spot! Rectify in- store price and promotion errors and minimize customer dissatisfaction brought by empty shelves and price tag mistakes with ERIS.
Increase team efficiency and customer satisfaction | Eliminate human error | Grow brand loyalty
Equipped with a custom developed neural network, ERIS easily processes high resolution images and detects price tags displayed on shelves. Each identified label is passed through artificial intelligence algorithms, extracting product prices and barcode locations. This allows ERIS to determine price tag errors, on both paper back and electronic labels, and report when prices need to be rectified.
While scanning, ERIS collects data about the quantity of products on- shelf, estimates shelf availability and alerts when a product is out of stock, issuing warnings when in store restocking needs to be made. ERIS’s capability of determining OSA is supported by sensors able to detect depth information, integrated with product detection algorithms.