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Micromart has introduced an autonomous micro market technology aimed at transforming convenience retail.


The new system offers a fully automated, 24/7 shopping experience, eliminating checkout lines and enhancing security to minimise theft.


In response to the growing demand for micro markets, Micromart has developed secured, unattended markets that employ AI-powered order processing for fast and secure transactions. Retailers have the flexibility to customise their space with various Micromart units, including the pantry, fridge, freezer and heating tower for hot food capabilities.


The technology features AI-driven order processing and secure payment systems to ensure seamless shopping and prevent theft. It also uses dynamic pricing through electronic price tags and digital video content. Additionally, the Micromart Platform allows operators to manage their business remotely, reducing operational costs and streamlining inventory management.


Yang Yu, CEO of Micromart, said: "We are excited to introduce Micromart. After selling over a quarter million items via our KitchenMate food service division in Toronto, we're thrilled to white-label this proven technology for vending, micro market and foodservice operators across the US and Canada."


"Our autonomous micro markets help operators reduce labour costs, minimise theft and optimise revenue, making them an ideal solution for today's economic environment."


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Micromart launches autonomous micro market technology

Rafaela Sousa

2 July 2024

Micromart launches autonomous micro market technology

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