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dm brings self-checkouts to around 100 German stores

dm Drogeriemarkt is currently testing self-checkouts from Pan Oston in four selected stores in Germany. At the self-checkouts, customers can only pay with credit or giro cards. The Karlsruhe-based company confirmed to Retail Optimser that around 100 more dm stores in Germany will also be equipped with self-checkouts this summer.

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Reta 2022: Edeka’s Netto wins twice with Trigo and Tiliter

Edeka's Netto Marken-Discount was able to secure two prizes at EHI's Reta Awards 2022, the winners of which were announced today. The teams around Netto CIO Claus Leitl won firstly with their Pick&Go branch in Munich's Schwabing district. They won a second prize together with Tiliter for the automatic recognition of products without barcodes such as fruit and vegetables.

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Scanless without black box

With its GK Go store, which launched last week in Schöneck, GK is showing a different approach to the hot topic scanless store technology. Together with its partners Hitachi and Shekel Ltd, the in-store experts show that real-time processing of shopping is also possible in scanless stores, bringing transparency and interaction to customers’ smartphone — while they shop.

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Back-Factory speeds up checkout with Walkout Technologies and Pan Osten

In a store in Bremen, Back-Factory is piloting self-service terminals from manufacturer Pan Oston that can register goods using image recognition and AI instead of barcode scanning. Camera systems and software were developed by sister companies Smoothr and Walkout Technologies.

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Plus Severijn optimises checkout with Pan Oston

Plus Severijn in Heeten, the Netherlands, integrates attended and self-service checkout options in a compact checkout zone with modular systems from shopfitting specialist Pan Oston.

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Tegut tests mini format without staff presence with Wanzl, Snabble and Pan Oston

In a pilot store, Tegut is testing to sell an assortement of 800 articles around the clock. The subsidiary of Migros Zurich relies on solutions from Wanzl, Snabble and Pan Oston in its T-Box for access control, self-scanning, anti-theft protection and check-out. Further stores are planned for autumn.

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