Scandit raises $80 million to power mobile barcode scanning with AR and computer vision

Scandit, the company behind a barcode scanning platform that leans on computer vision and augmented reality (AR), has raised $80 million in a series C round of funding led by G2VP. The fresh funding, which consists of both equity and debt, comes as social distancing measures have led to a spike in demand for home deliveries and “click and collect” services, which typically rely on portable scanning devices at various stages of a product’s journey from a warehouse to the consumer’s home.

Founded out of Zurich, Switzerland in 2009, Scandit serves businesses with scanning software that can be integrated into any app and works on any camera-toting device, including smartphones, tablets,

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