Due to the high volume of sensors in this market it is our challenge to produce and stock enough products for our customers in order to offer the best price, quality and service level you can expect.
Force sensors in the retail industry
This sector can be divided into:
Important characteristics of force sensors
Typical features or demands for force sensors within this sector are:
- OIML approved sensors (legal-for-trade)
- Low built-in height
- Relative low capacities
- Miniature sensors
- High Accuracy
Object Identification Systems in the retail industry
Zemic offers 2 different Object Identification Systems which can be used to identify the weight information and weight change information of a single commodity in the cabinet, or a shelf. These systems can be applied for stock management in different environments, like the retail industry, warehouses, farms. When the system ‘knows’ the weight of a single product, it can determine which and how many products are taken from a shelf or out of a vending machine.
What does the Zemic Object Identification System do for the Retail industry?
Many applications of the Object Identification System can be found in the retail industry.
The system is able to identify the weight information and weight change information of a single commodity in the cabinet, with the minimum recognition accuracy of 1 gram. So it can actively read the real-time weight of the current shelf. It can also actively upload the weight change during the shopping process to the user interface.
Retail weighing - accurate shelf measurement - shelf monitoring
Zemic - Minimart - Vending Machine
The weighing bars can be placed under the shelves in a vending machine.
Zemic intelligent shelves
|The weighing cross can be placed under the shelves.|
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