Aldi opens its first checkout-free store in Greenwich

Aldi opens its first checkout-free store in Greenwich
Aldi opens its first checkout-free store in Greenwich
Aldi opens its first checkout-free store where shoppers will be followed by cameras as they shop – and facial recognition used to authorise alcohol purchases - before they leave without queuing to pay Aldi has opened its first checkout-free store using high-tech cameras  The cameras follow shoppers and identify the goods they put in their baskets As the customer leaves the store the system calculates the amount they owe System is designed to eliminate long checkout queues and speed up shopping

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Aldi has opened its first checkout-free store, where shoppers will be able to pick up products and leave without queuing to pay.

The discount supermarket's new site in Greenwich, south-east London, which opened at 7am this morning 'for public testing', will also allow customers to buy alcohol, using facial age estimation technology to check whether they appear to be over the age of 25.

The move follows in the footsteps of rivals Amazon and Tesco, who have both opened checkout-free stores.

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