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Despite unresolved problems, Rewe opens more Pick&Go stores

Rewe Markt, the supermarket division of Rewe Group in Germany, has announced that it will be equipping three more stores with Pick&Go technology in the coming months: in Düsseldorf and Hamburg. Rewe already operates such stores with Trigo technology in Berlin, Cologne and Munich. One of the stores to be added in the spring will be the largest scanless store…

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NCR restructures itself

The world’s second largest supplier of POS hardware and market leader for self-checkout systems, NCR, has restructured itself. In October, the ATM business of the traditional cash register manufacturer from the USA was spun off into an independently listed company called NCR Atleos Corporation. Since then, the retail and hospitality division has been operating under the name NCR Voyix. The…

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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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dm manages private label products with Centric Software

dm Drogeriemarkt has chosen US-based Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) specialist Centric Software to develop and manage its private label brands collaboratively with the manufacturers.

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Netto Marken-Discount opens first Pick&Go shop with Trigo

Netto Marken-Discount pilots its new Pick&Go concept with Trigo technology in Munich. This makes the Edeka subsidiary the first German discounter to test autonomous shopping in live operation.

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Aldi Nord tests store without checkout with Trigo

Aldi Nord plans to open a cashierless store in the Netherlands in early 2022. With the Israeli specialist Trigo, the discounter wants to test under real conditions how the checkout process can be automated using artificial intelligence (AI), cameras and shelf sensors.

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Mobile self-scanning gains momentum

The grocery retail industry sees an massive increase in number of companies offering self-scanning with mobile devices. According to a study by Retail Banking Research (RBR), retailers already offer their customers in 32,000 sales outlets worldwide to scan items as they shop. In 80 percent of those stores, shoppers can scan with their own smartphones.

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McEwan enables virtual shopping with 3D technology

In partnership with delivery service Inabuggy, McEwan Fine Foods in Toronto, Canada offers customers a virtual shopping experience in 3D.

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Nestlé, investors and Leclerc put Alkemics in a pole position

Alkemics plans to enter the market in ten other European countries. There are four reasons why the platform could be successful with this. Three of them are related to Nestlé, E.Leclerc and the GS1.

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