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Press Releases from Agmis (5 total)

Mantinga Introduces a PPE AI Assistant for Worksite Safety

A leading Baltic frozen and convenience food producer Mantinga introduced Computer Vision powered solution to ensure PPE compliance. During a three month pilot project, the AI PPE detection product was installed at the company’s logistics centre and a manufacturing plant which is currently being built. The PPE detection solution was tasked with monitoring whether employees are wearing the required protection equipment, including hardhats, high visibility vests and face masks. The

EasyFlow AI Retail Queue Management Unlocks 5 Man Hours per Day in Lost Checkout …

The platform helped to reduce cashier idle time by 57.66% when measuring against the baseline, equaling to more than 2.5 man hours per store per day. The software also prevented 237 queue forming incidents, saving an average of 2.25 hours in customer wait time per day. The experiment was conducted for two months at two store locations of one of the largest retailers in Central and Eastern Europe with 18

EasyFlow AI Service for Retailers Aims to Limit Checkout Fraud

According to Leicester University research, in 2.88% of self-checkout transactions at least one of the items is mis-scanned. In total approx. 0.52% of all items are mis-scanned via self-checkout resulting in heavy losses for retailers. The research analyzed 140 million self-checkout transactions. 17 million post checkout audits were performed finding 486.000 items not being scanned at all. Shopping bags, loose fruit, alcoholic and soft drinks were among the most popular mis-scanned

‘RoboCop’ for worker safety: AI to prevent workplace accidents

Imagine a perfect workplace safety officer. He never sleeps, he never tires, he even does not take coffee breaks. Computer Vision (CV) technologies are bringing science-fiction vision closer to reality. By utilizing AI and machine learning technologies and employing on site security monitoring video cameras, the software can identify personal protective equipment and detect and notify about PPE infringements in real time. And it is less expensive than you think. “PPE

Tech Trends to Watch: Computer Vision makes Construction Smarter, Safer and more …

Being too expensive to deploy or simply unpractical, Computer Vision (CV) solutions were out of reach of most but the largest construction companies. With the growth of cloud computing resources and drop in their prices, as well as with increase of CV solution providers, the technology will make strong inroads into construction sector mainstream in 2019. Computer Vision analyses video footage from security or specialized video monitoring cameras. From this data,

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