Computer Vision for Retail Analytics

Chooch makes it easy to deploy and scale computer vision applications across your retail environment to improve store operations, increase team efficiency, and deliver exceptional shopping experiences.

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Why use computer vision in your retail environment?

Real-time visibility into store operations is the key to delivering high quality customer experiences and ensuring the right products are in the right place at the right time.

Computer vision is helping retailers monitor and analyze their video data real-time to better understand the customer experience and store operational efficiency to drive more effective decision-making.

Computer vision for real-time visibility across your retail environment

  • Lower retail shrinkage
  • Prevent out-of-stock products
  • Improve shelf space utilization
  • Optimize inventory management

Computer vision that delivers real-time store insights for innovating and optimizing your retail environment

Spot theft faster and improve loss prevention

Analyze video images real-time and identify suspicious behavior like loitering, rapid speed of movements, or unusual traffic patterns. Chooch’s computer vision technology is faster and more accurate than traditional surveillance systems. When suspicious behavior is detected, launch real time alerts to identify issues before they impact operations.


Improve shelf space utilization and product placement

Make the most of available shelf space, maximizing the number of items displayed, and increasing the variety of products offered to customers. Better data insights improve your teams productivity by sending alerts for when to restock shelves.

Amplify foot traffic and increase incremental revenue

Detect patterns in shopper buying behavior and analyzes demographics like age, gender, ethnicity, and more in order to optimize product placement and merchandising. Chooch’s Smart Analytics aggregates data collected from cameras to build heat maps for identifying dwell times and store wayfaring to help optimize store layouts.

Automate inventory audits and improve employee productivity

Reduce the need for manual stock checks. Chooch’s computer vision runs seamlessly on cameras and edge devices to  process and analyze video data real-time to maintain accurate physical stock counts to compare with your ERP data. Chooch’s Smart Analytics can detect patterns and trends and provide insights for accurate demand forecasting and inventory management.

Intelligence at the edge and at your fingertips

ReadyNowTM computer vision solutions for delivering actionable insights.

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Foot traffic

Track shopper walking paths and traffic flow and identify choke points or bottlenecks.

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Stock out detection

Identify an empty space or missing products where they should be present.

Image Recognition
Demographics analysis

Predict people’s age or cultural appearances from faces in videos.

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Area controls

Prevent employees from entering restricted areas and monitor over crowding and loitering.

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Slips and falls

Identify falls and trigger notifications to activate quicker response to accidents.

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Occupancy counting

Use common surveillance cameras for area-based people counting in real time.

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Behavioral analysis

Track the length of time a person spends looking at a display or remains in a specific area.


Identify handguns or items resembling weapons to trigger real-time alerts for swift action

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