Amazon is reportedly testing its cashier-less technology in larger stores

According to a report by The Wall Street Journal Amazon may be trying to expand stores with fewer clerks, saying that they are testing technology at large stores.

In January, Amazon opened its first store clerk in Seattle, with additional stores in Seattle, Chicago and San Francisco. These stores use cameras and software to detect which items the customer picks and bills accordingly, ensuring that the customer does not go through the entire checkout process.

Amazon's existing stores are much smaller than normal grocery stores because of the small size of their convenience stores, and fewer items and people to track. Amazon was delayed to launch in 2017 because the stores are constantly broken when there are more than 20 people. WSJ says it has improved its store's software since it opened, but apparently the technology still has problems in larger spaces with higher ceilings and products Source of WSJ .

According to the report, Amazon is testing this technology in "a wider space like a large store." The source also notes that the "most likely application" of this technology is that Amazon purchased it in June 2017 It is about Whole Foods. In the past, I did not plan to implement technology in chain stores.

Amazon reportedly plans to open 3,000 stores by 2021, with plans for stores that do not have clerks. That way you can compete with CVS and Wal-Mart. To do so, you need to: Modify the range of sizes from small corner stores to large supermarkets. Other companies are also paying attention. Wal-Mart announced in October that it would open a cash dispenser, the Sam & # 39; s Club store, where customers use the store's system to track purchases Use the app on your phone to search for items.

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