Move to Smarter Retail
Modern retailers have been moving to edge computing and implementing Internet-of-things (IoT) devices behind the scenes to increase return-on-investment, increase security, and extract valuable customer data that can give them a competitive advantage.
Today’s state-of-the-art edge computing can solve both organizational challenges and improve the customer journey.
Comark has helped brands around the world deploy edge devices from back end analytics to customer-facing devices.
With unmatched engineering expertise and decades of experience, Comark delivers excellence in custom engineered products for industrial automation.
Comark custom engineers all elements of even the most complex ruggedized edge hardware solution. We are able to quickly deliver unique designs by building on our strong foundation of base components and patented elements developed over many years.
Our clients rely on us to help them design, test, and manufacture ruggedized, custom engineered edge/embedded devices that:
- Streamline industrial automation systems with the latest technologies.
- Meet ever-changing safety standards, laws, and public expectations.
- Innovate new solutions to technical challenges.
- Have long product life cycles and maintain form factors.
Featured Case Study
A major clothing retailer wanted to reduce long customer wait times at the register and, instead, handle transactions throughout stores with a solution that could also reflect accurate inventory data. However, the client did not want to replace components it was already using, including wireless point-of sale (PoS) credit-card processing devices.
The client also wanted a way to charge those PoS devices when they were not in use. On top of all that, the end solution also had to include a new scanner that could connect to the inventory data.
Comark met this complex challenge with a ruggedized tablet computer that featured a display screen and extended wireless range. The tablet also had a custom bracket/sled design that allowed the PoS device to magnetically mount to the back of the tablet for storage and charging. The bracket also housed a new 2D barcode scanner.
The team developed this complex solution remarkably quickly by:
- Using standard hardware and software interfaces of customer-specified modules
- Assigning a multi-disciplinary in-house engineering team to handle all the design aspects, including electrical, mechanical, and software
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