Skip the scanner at the supermarket

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Tiliter, an Australian startup, has created a hardware and software system that automatically identifies items, such as fresh produce, without the need for barcodes, packaging and price stickers, making it easier for shoppers to self-checkout. It's designed to make the supermarket shopping experience quicker and easier for consumers, while helping the supermarkets reduce deliberate and accidental theft.

Its checkout tech is already used in 20 Woolworths stores throughout Australia, in Countdown supermarkets in New Zealand and in several retail chains in the US, including New York's Westside Market.

https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/tiliter-launches-contactless-and-checkout-free-shopping-in-the-us-with-futureproof-retail-301128244.html



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