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Aldi Süd trials automated product recognition with Shopic

In Australia, Aldi Süd is testing automated recognition of products placed in shopping trolleys using technology from Israeli start-up Shopic. The solution, which eliminates the need for scanning at the checkout, is so exciting, that the company had also installed it for a short period of time in its innovations store near its headquarters in Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany.

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Openness is the new standard

Retail companies aim to test innovations faster in unvarnished real-world use. What they expect from their core technology suppliers is: more openness. Preferably in the style of Apple and Google's app policy, they should enable start-ups to develop on their platforms and provide add-ons. A wish that does not go unheard.

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Jumbo tests smart shopping trolley from Walkout

Jumbo is testing acceptance and sensible usecases of smart shopping trolleys. At Jumbo food market in Veghel, the Dutch retailer is piloting a Shop & Go solution of Israeli start-up Walkout.

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