Amazon eyes new opportunities for its cashierless technology
Amazon is thinking ‘big’ when it comes to its cashierless technology — bigger stores, that is.
The online giant is testing the technology in bigger space in Seattle, one that is formatted like a large retail store, according to MarketWatch.
The cashierless technology is already being used in seven Amazon Go convenience stores in Seattle, Chicago and San Francisco. Connected to a dedicated app, the technology tracks items customers pick up from the shelves — and put back. Customers are billed for orders once they leave the store.
Amazon didn’t reveal if the technology will be deployed at Whole Foods Market stores, according to the report.
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