We recognise products without barcodes.

Tiliter is a Sydney based Tech Start-Up that makes software for retail that uses computer vision to recognise products without barcodes. Tiliter’s early adopters are in grocery. By modestly retrofitting existing checkouts, Tiliter’s software helps grocers eliminate packaging to reduce plastic and theft while enhancing productivity and customer experience. The Tiliter Vision software implements the latest in artificial intelligence to automatically identify objects. We are using machine learning and data analytic algorithms to disrupt industry practices and create the future now. Tiliter is the world’s most flexible and accurate identification system


Launch Pad - Western Sydney University

Blog Posts
10th November, 2020
Spotlight: How Countdown Supermarkets has responded to COVID-19 in New Zealand

Ardern’s empathic leadership style has trickled down to large corporations as they enforce innovativ...

16th September, 2020
Spotlight: New York's Westside Market is using technology to ensure shopper safety

Westside Market has set the bar high for urban supermarkets by providing guaranteed freshness and pr...

18th August, 2020
How the pandemic is changing the way we grocery shop

Essential businesses have had to adapt to the new norm and enforce social distancing to keep our com...

29th June, 2020
How Tiliter is Transforming our Plastic Problem

Plastic took over the world because it is cost-effective, useful and durable. Every year we are prod...

30th April, 2020
Spotlight: New York State’s Food and Agriculture Ecosystem.

If you are a startup working in the food space and looking to expand into the US, Regional New York ...

30th March, 2020
How retail innovation is helping mitigate the Covid-19 threat

Supermarkets across the world have asked customers to physically change the way they shop as they im...

2nd January, 2020
Tiliter Vision: How does it work?

It’s an everyday occurrence, you find yourself at a self-checkout system at your local supermarket. ...

1st January, 2020
A new decade in retail

It is 2020 and there is nothing better than ringing in the new decade with a blog on our favourite t...