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Startup: Simbe Robotics Inc.
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Simbe Robotics builds automation solutions for the retail industry.

Introduced in November 2015, Tally is the world’s first fully autonomous shelf auditing and analytics solution. The system consists of one or more mobile robots that can autonomously traverse large brick-and-mortar retail environments to capture, report, and analyze the state and availability of merchandise. Tally provides retailers with unprecedented information and insight into the state of their inventory, which can be used to streamline store performance, maximize customer satisfaction, increase sales, and reduce operational expenditures.

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479 Jessie Street
San Francisco, Calif., 94107
United States
Tel: 724.312.6014
Contact: Brad Bogolea
http://www.simberobotics.com/
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Simbe Robotics Inc.
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Brad Bogolea


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Global retailers lose nearly $450 billion annually as a result of out-of-stock items, empty shelves, and other in-store inconsistencies. Tally performs the repetitive and laborious tasks of auditing shelves for out-of-stock items, low stock items, misplaced items, and pricing errors. Tally has the ability to audit shelves cheaper, more frequently, and significantly faster than existing processes, and with near-perfect accuracy. Tally operates safely during normal store hours alongside shoppers and employees. Tally comes with a charging dock, and it can autonomously navigate back to the charging dock between scans allowing for continuous operation. Tally also requires no infrastructure changes to the store.




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