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Aisle robots monitor US grocer

By Retail Technology | Monday August 7 2017

US grocer Schnuck Markets has launched a pilot test with robots that monitor selves to ensure they are well stacked

The robots – named Tally and created by Simbe Robotics - are scanning shelves three times a day at stores in St Louis.

Tally audits shelves for out-of-stock, low-stock and misplaced items and pricing errors cheaper, quicker and more efficiently. 

It also requires no infrastructure changes to stores.



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