Amazon Is Selling Cashierless Go System To Other Retailers

Just Walk Out technology by Amazon, Amazon cashierless system automatically tracks shoppers and products as they move around a store.

Recently, Amazon shared that the company is set to sell the technology behind its cashier-less convenience stores to other retailers.
Amazon told Reuters that it already has many signed deals with customers and a new website from Monday will invite others to inquire about the service, marketed as - Just Walk Out technology by Amazon.
Amazon had launched its first cashierless store in December 2016. The service currently operates at around 26 locations across the US, including Amazon's first traditional grocery store that it opened last month.
The cashierless system uses a combination of ceiling-mounted cameras and shelf-weight sensors to automatically track customers and products as they move around a store. Once you have finished your shopping, you can walk out of the store without requiring to scan anything or interact with a cashier. Your account will be automatically billed, and a receipt will be emailed to you.
Amazon’s vice president of physical retail and technology, Dilip Kumar, said shoppers’ preferences will determine how big the business becomes.
"Do customers like standing in lines...This has pretty broad applicability across store sizes, across industries, because it fundamentally tackles a problem of how do you get convenience in physical locations, especially when people are hard-pressed for time.", he added.
But unlike Amazon Go stores, customers will have to insert a credit card into a gated turnstile to enter, rather than scan an app.