Computer Vision isn’t necessarily new, but its value to retailers is rapidly increasing. The overall value of the Computer Vision market is expected to reach $33 billion by 2025, up from just $2.9 billion in 2018. Meanwhile, nearly 17% of retailers said they planned to deploy new Computer Vision technologies in stores between 2021 and 2023, and a further 10% are already in the process of upgrading their existing solutions.
But what will all of this investment actually deliver for retailers? How can retailers see measurable ROI on Computer Vision solutions, and how can retailers understand which Computer Vision technologies are right for them?
In this white paper, we’ll unpack all of this and more — to empower retailers with the knowledge they need to make smart investments in one of retail’s most vital and future-forward technologies.
- The crucial difference between off-the-shelf solutions and those built specifically for retail;
- All the varied benefits Computer Vision can deliver; and
- Ways you can implement Computer Vision technologies while still using your existing camera infrastructure.