We publish many different missions for different clients with each their own purpose. This can make one mission be fairly easy, while another one can be very difficult. When deciding our price point we always try to look at the type of mission it is, for instance:
- a shelfscanner mission: in this mission the eye needs to take photos of specific shelves using our shelfscanner. We are very strict when it comes to these photos, so a lot of precision is required.
- A presence mission: in this mission we ask the eye to take photos of specific products in order for us to judge if these products are present in the store
- A mission where we ask the eye for opinions. For example on how products are displayed and if they would buy certain products
- A brand reco mission, where the mission evolves around one brand
- A mission with an employee interaction. Here we ask the eye to get advice of one of the store's employees.
As you can see there can be many different missions and the above can be combined as well. To come up with a fair price for a mission we judge the time it would take and the complexity of performing the mission.