Simbe Robotics

Meet Tally. The World's First Fully Autonomous Shelf Auditing & Analytics Solution. Tally performs the repetitive and laborious tasks of auditing shelves for out-of-stock items, low stock items, misplaced items, and pricing errors. Tally operates safely during normal store hours alongside shoppers and employees.

San Francisco, US
Simbe Robotics was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

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Simbe Robotics has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
1155 Indiana St

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Simbe Robotics's employees are reported to be approximately 17% female and 83% male.
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Robots could absolutely devastate the retail market

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The Industrial IoT: 125+ Startups Transforming Factory Floors, Oil Fields, And Supply Chains

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Grocery Store Of The Future: 65 Startups Reimagining Shelf Stocking, Product Promotion, Shopper Tracking, And More

While grocers have traditionally not been as affected by the migration to e-commerce as other retailers, e-commerce has now begun to hit the grocery space. As Amazon — the leading threat in nearly every retail industry— pushes more heavily into … Continued

Retail chains are floundering and it's not because of Amazon

Is Amazon really the killer everyone says it is? More retailers are on the brink of death than any time since the Great Recession, according to ratings firm Moody's. Hundreds of department stores are closing, and once-chic clothing brands are barely treading water — or, in the case of American A…

Intel wants to use sensors and robots to overhaul in-store shopping

A wave of new technology is set to reinvent the way people shop in stores, and Intel wants to be at the center of it. The chip giant announced the launch of a new platform for brick-and-mortar retailers this week that will tie together a set of software systems, sensors and other tech aimed at s…

Robots will destroy our jobs – and we're not ready for it

Two-thirds of Americans believe robots will soon perform most of the work done by humans but 80% also believe their jobs will be unaffected. Time to think againThe McDonald’s on the corner of Third Avenue and 58th Street in New York City doesn’t look all that different from any of the fast-food chai…
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