It was recently announced that Walmart has expanded its use of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) used for real-time, on-shelf product data. Walmart will put these AMRs in 350 stores. The robots come from Bossa Nova Robotics. I had seen AMRs with cameras designed to track inventory in stores before. The robots I saw were designed to track on-shelf inventory. But they did it badly. They could not really count the number of units of a stock keeping unit in a slot because they could not see the units behind the item in front. They also had a hard time identifying

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Blythe Brumleve
Blythe Brumleve
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