Enabling seamless checkout and mobile store operations with computer vision at 500+ stores

Enabling seamless checkout and mobile store operations with computer vision at 500+ stores

02 May 2019, 14:10 - 14:40

Operations Stage

Danish consumer goods retailer Coop Denmark has migrated its in-store barcode scanning activities from dedicated handheld scanners to mobile devices. This case study will show how Coop staff and customers are using new smartphone-based scanning apps that leverage Scandit’s mobile computer vision platform to perform tasks such as picking, checking prices and inventory levels, loyalty redemption, and self-checkout. Discover how this new tech and processes are streamlining associate and customer-facing in-store workflows and enhancing staff and customer experience.

  • Switching from dedicated scanners to mobile devices to reduce total cost of ownership and improve ease of use and scanning performance
  • Migrating to a bring your own device (BYOD) deployment model to reduce overheads and further improve ease of use
  • Seamlessly blending the physical and digital worlds through next-generation mobile data capture solutions such as augmented reality (AR) scanning and optical character recognition (OCR)
  • Enhancing store experience for customers and associates


  • Simon Faerch


    Head of Digital Product Innovation

    Coop Danmark

    I am very interested in business development and the importance of user experience when creating new products. I believe in if your customers feel...

  • Samuel Mueller



    Scandit AG

    Samuel Mueller is the CEO and co-founder of Scandit and is responsible for overall strategic direction, marketing, sales and business development. ...

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