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Commercial, Manufacturing, & Retail Applications
Innovations that improve business operations
Commerce: Commercial, Manufacturing, and Retail Applications
In the dynamic landscape of business operations, AI is emerging as a linchpin for efficiency and growth. The integration of innovative applications across commercial, manufacturing, and retail sectors has revolutionized traditional practices, offering sophisticated solutions for inventory management, product mapping, and sales forecasting. These technological advancements are not merely tools but catalysts that drive precision, reduce manual labor, and forecast market trends, thereby empowering businesses to navigate the complexities of modern commerce with confidence.
Project Showcase The projects below describe a subset of Initiatives that exemplify AI applications in commerce, each tailored to address specific industry challenges and enhance operational effectiveness without compromising accuracy or quality.

Tech Innovation
Automated Inspection System for Automotive Parts During Manufacture
This technology encompasses two automated inspection systems designed to enhance the manufacturing process of automotive parts. The first system focuses on verifying part color and position, while the second system evaluates physical size and tolerances attributes with an impressive 100-micron accuracy. Both systems streamline the quality assurance process, significantly reducing the likelihood of human error. The value lies in the technology's ability to expedite the inspection process while maintaining high accuracy, reducing errors and labor costs. Beyond automotive manufacturing, these systems have potential applications in various industries requiring precise part inspection, such as robotics, aerospace, electronics, and precision engineering.
Sales Forecasting for Retail Chains
The initiative encompassed the creation of a sophisticated sales projection system tailored for retail networks, aimed at forecasting revenue on designated discount days (credit event days), featuring a two-month lead time (blackout period) prior to the target month. This instrument aids companies in streamlining their preparation for raw materials, staffing, budgeting, and logistics, thereby improving the quality of decision-making and the effective utilization of resources. It has potential applications in inventory management, market trend analysis, and projecting customer demand within a multitude of retail sectors.
Wheat Plant Phenotyping
This technology, developed over four years in collaboration with the Indian Agriculture Research Institute (IARI), facilitates advanced phenotyping of wheat plants by utilizing a custom AI model for wheat ear detection. The model operates on images captured in a controlled environment, enabling researchers to assess the impact of various constraints on plant growth and inform decision-making processes. The value lies in its ability to provide precise, data-driven insights for agricultural optimization. Beyond agriculture, this technology holds potential for applications in environmental monitoring and plant biology research, offering a versatile tool for diverse scientific inquiries.
Retail and Supermarket Product and Inventory Counting and Mapping
This technology streamlines retail and supermarket inventory management by accurately identifying and counting products, even those with similar appearances. This custom AI model not only enhances product mapping but also aids in efficient inventory control. The value lies in its ability to significantly reduce manual errors and save time in inventory tracking. Additionally, this technology has potential applications in warehouse management, online retail visual searches, and automated restocking systems.