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Reta Award 2024: The best retail technology solutions

The atmosphere was excellent last night at Dr Thompson’s Seifenfabrik in Düsseldorf: Top IT managers from Edeka Group, Tegut, Rewe Group, Schwarz Group, Douglas, Benetton and many more had every reason to celebrate with their technology providers. Yesterday, EHI Retail Institute honoured the winners of the Retail Technology Awards Reta for the 17th time as part of Eurocis 2024. The…

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Edeka’s Netto launches second Pick&Go store with Trigo and Mettler Toledo

Netto opened its second Pick&Go store with technology from Israeli provider Trigo this week. Customers can shop in the 800 square metre store of the Edeka Group's discounter in Regensburg without a check-in and without having to scan goods.

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KBST’s smart carts are rolling in more Edeka stores

Edeka Südbayern has implemented 20 so-called SmartShoppers from start-up company KBST in its E-Center in Penzberg, South of Munich. With this, Edeka Group now has more than 2,000 of the manufacturer's intelligent shopping trolleys in use across Germany.

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Fraunhofer develops a counterfeit-proof barcode system

With the SmartID project, Fraunhofer institutes are developing a new type of labelling system with which products can be clearly verified and authenticated via smartphone.

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Edeka’s Netto monitors SCOs with Checklens

Netto is testing an AI-based system from Checklens to reduce shrinkage at self-checkouts. Edeka Group’s discount subsidiary has equipped two stores in Regensburg with technology from the Austrian specialist.

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Lidl modernises POS software with GK

It is the largest POS software project in Europe to date: Lidl has once again chosen GK and will roll-out the Cloud4Retail platform of the Schöneck specialists in all 30 countries over the next few years. The largest banner operation of the European retail sector is thus enabling to operate the checkouts in the cloud and is simplifying the development…

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Second Tesco store with Trigo technology to become a hybrid

Tesco will soon open a second store with Trigo EasyOut technology in London. The shop in Chiswell Street will follow a hybrid concept. Customers will be able to pay at self-checkout as an alternative.

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Żabka speeds up expansion of autonomous stores with AiFi

Polish convenience store leader Żabka is rapidly pushing ahead with the expansion of cashierless stores. While large retail chains such as Aldi Nord and Süd, Carrefour, Edeka's Netto, Tesco and Rewe are testing checkout-free stores at individual locations in Europe, Żabka Group has already opened fifty stores of its AI-based banner line Żabka Nono in Poland.

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Aldi Nord opens checkout-free store in Utrecht with Trigo

Aldi Nord has opened its Trigo technology-equipped store in Utrecht, the Netherlands, to everyone. After Tesco, Rewe and Edeka's Netto, the discount store operator is the fourth European retail group to test shopping without scanning with the technology of the Israeli start-up in real-life use. Unlike Rewe and Netto, but like Tesco in London, Aldi Nord in Utrecht is not…

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Rewe tests Nahkauf Box with self-checkout from 4POS

In the Upper Franconian village of Pettstadt, Rewe Markt GmbH is piloting Josefs Nahkauf Box, a retail format with around 700 items for daily needs. On an area of 39 square metres, customers can independently scan goods at a self-checkout from 4POS and pay by debit or credit card seven days a week, around the clock.

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