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Simbe Robotics's Tally solution
Photo: Company [Feb 7, 2017]

At NRF 2017, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich demonstrated Simbe Robotics' Tally, a robotic autonomous shelf auditing and analytics solution for retail.

Tally works in concert with retail associates by arming them with information to ensure the store's products are always stocked, in the right place and displaying the correct price tag. The robot operates safely during normal store hours alongside shoppers and employees, and doesn't require any infrastructure changes to the store. Tally is powered by an Intel Core i7 processor-based Intel NUC and uses a number of Intel RealSense cameras to help understand the world around it and navigate the store safely.

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