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Aldi Nord to evaluate Trigo for stock control

This week, Aldi Nord entered a partnership with Trigo to jointly develop its Vision Recognition-based store technology. The aim is to combine the technology used in Aldi Nord's first scanning-free store in Utrecht with other software to automate store processes such as the detection of out-of-stocks. The partnership was preceded by an investment by Aldi Nord in Trigo, the amount…

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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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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 equips second store with Trigo technology

Rewe Group has equipped a significantly larger supermarket in Berlin with Trigo's scanless technology. Soon, all customers in the reopened supermarket in Berlin's Prenzlauer Berg district will be able to shop without having their goods scanned. In June 2021, Rewe Group had participated in the financing of Trigo.

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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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Lekkerland plans unmanned Rewe To Go stores with AiFi and Latebird

Convenience wholesaler Lekkerland, which is part of Rewe Group, plans to launch several different types of unmanned vending boxes under its Rewe To Go banner operation. Lekkerland has developed a vending machine with German start-up Latebird. Now Lebensmittel Zeitung reports that parallel vending boxes with scanless technology from AiFi are also planned under the name Rewe To Go. With Latebird,…

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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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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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