Though the unveiling will take place about a year later than the company originally planned, it will still be met with great intrigue because of the store’s unique technology that believes can. “It’s an interesting concept, and many have argued that Amazon is looking to partially reverse the increasing consumer trend to shop online”, said Hugh Fletcher, global head of consultancy and innovation at Salmon. It also has ready-to-eat breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack options.
If you’re local to Amazon’s home city it’ll certainly be worth popping along to the new store to experience Amazon Go for yourself. Sensors will then track their movements and charge shoppers’ Amazon accounts for the items they grab. No lines, no waiting.
It will have a kitchen team to store and prepare ingredients, as well as staff to stock shelves and help customers. ~ Dilip KumarDo you believe that Amazon Go’s new technology could replace millions of cashiers and registers, not just in the United States, but worldwide? The only requirement is to have an Amazon account and the Amazon Go app, which operates via your Amazon login.
To get started you need to download the Amazon Go app and scan the code provided, once you’re in the store’s AI will then identify you and follow you around the store.
Anything a shopper takes off the shelf is automatically added to their virtual cart, and anything put back is taken out of the cart.
Based on interviews with people entering and exiting the store, the “Just Walk Out” technology appeared to work flawlessly in its public debut.
“The coolness of the technology will undoubtedly get people to check it out”, he said. The technology behind it has been tested for one year.
Issues ahead of launch including the cameras not recognising different customers of similar builds (yeah, we know, we’re all fat to a computer) and children putting things on the highest shelf they can reach, not the correct one and confusing the system.
An Amazon employee manages inventory in the company’s line-free Seattle store days before the store’s public debut, in Seattle, Washington, U.S., January 18, 2018. Instead, it would just change the role of employees.
Amazon has stated that it has a number of plans for expansion but they will take some time to come into effect.