FAQ: Using Neurolabs’ Synthetic Computer Vision Solution in Retail

A virtual recreation of a supermarket fridge with virtual recreations of supermarket products in it.
Synthetic Computer Vision enables real-time, in-store product monitoring at scale.

About Neurolabs

Our Synthetic Computer Vision Approach

Real-Time Shelf Monitoring

  • Business Case Definition
  • Hardware & Network Configuration
  • SKU On-Boarding
  • In-store Contact

Pricing

Getting Started Costs

Technology

Privacy

Security

  • We use all the major cloud providers, so we rely on their processes and procedures to maintain and update operating systems.
  • All data at rest is encrypted.
  • All user interfaces are secured via username/password. Thus, we can interface with many of the single sign-on models available.
  • APIs — We use OAuth to grant access to our APIs.

Cameras

Cloud

Connectivity

Commercial Risk

Intellectual Property

Working With Neurolabs

Competition

Return On Investment

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We help retailers automate time-consuming and costly business processes using Synthetic Computer Vision.

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We help retailers automate time-consuming and costly business processes using Synthetic Computer Vision.

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