Amazon is checking out its cashierless checkout innovation in larger shops– with one eye on Whole Foods, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Sources informed the Journal that Amazon is checking out the futuristic tech– which tracks and charges for the products consumers draw from the racks– in Seattle, in an area formatted like a big shop.

Amazon’s cashierless tech is currently in usage in brick-and-mortar Amazon Go shops in Seattle, Chicago, and San Francisco. It is apparently thinking about opening 3,000 such shops throughout America.

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One source informed the Journal that the tech has a hard time in larger shops with greater ceilings and more products. Subsequently, it might take a while to get it right, the source included.

Those knowledgeable about the matter likewise hypothesized that the most likely application for the larger-scale cashierless tech would remain in Whole Foods, which Amazon obtained in 2017

Amazon decreased to comment when called by Company Expert. Company Expert likewise got in touch with Whole Foods for remark.

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