Vsblty, UST Global partner to modernize retail with advanced biometrics, digital display software
UST Global has entered a multi-product partnership with Vsblty to provide retail clients with advanced digital display software, including facial recognition for customer journey tracking and theft prevention, the company announced.
“We are excited to have the opportunity to work collaboratively with one of the world’s most prominent digital transformation firms,” said Vsblty Co-founder and CEO, Jay Hutton, in a prepared statement. “UST Global is the perfect partner for us as we share their business philosophy of committing to ‘long-term client success while providing value and flexibility’ and we look forward to helping meet the advanced technology needs of UST Global’s worldwide customers.”
Vsblty has leveraged machine learning and computer vision to develop VisionCaptor and DataCaptor software that incorporate motion graphics, and interactive brand messaging with cutting-edge computer vision measurement and insights. AI-driven software Vector delivers biometric facial recognition to improve security when weapons or suspicious individuals are identified in a crowd.
“We are pleased to join hands with Vsblty in providing IT solutions to our retail clients, which include 12 of the Top 20 Global Retailers. The UST Global – VSBLTY partnership is a powerful combination,” said Subhodip Bandyopadhyay, GM for Emerging Digital Retail Technology at UST Global, in the press release. “Vsblty is on the forefront of digital transformation for retail and it has the best-of-breed solutions for retail, including at shelf digital activation, audience measurement, customer journey analytics and theft prevention. This partnership will unlock the full potential of retail industry transformations and place our customers on the high path of success in today’s digital landscape.”
UST Global has more than 35 global offices and 23,000 employees.
Vsblty and sensor technology developer Photon-X entered a partnership to develop advanced biometric camera applications to screen people for COVID-19 symptoms, as part of building access control systems. Temperature sensing is also being deployed Vsblty and partner RadarApp to the previously-announced Smart City project in Mexico City to combat the spread of the disease.