LG is putting robot shopping carts into retail stores

LG has made some innovative robots under its CLOi brand, we have seen robots that can guide people at the airport and even exoskeletons. The company has now inked an agreement with a retail giant in South Korea to bring self-driving shopping cart robots to its stores. E-Mart is the largest supermarket chain in South Korea. The robot will be able to assist E-Mart shoppers. The two companies will work on this smart-cart robot themselves. It will be able to identify obstacles automatically and allow follow shoppers as they walk through aisles. This will eliminate the need for shoppers to push the carts by themselves.The robots will also have a built-in barcode scanner and a display so that shoppers can keep an eye on their shopping list. They will be capable of leading shoppers to the products that they’re looking for after they enter a request in the companion app.The technology will be of great use to E-Mart as it seeks to stay ahead of the competition. The retail giant has also launched a cashier-less

LG is putting robot shopping carts into retail stores

Digital assistants are a novelty of modern times, but a small puck sitting on a desk is far less interesting than a robotic shopping cart. LG Electronics has made a deal with E-mart Inc. in ...

Tue 6 Nov 18 from Techspot

LG reveals self-driving shopping cart that can follow customers around as they browse stores

LG has inked a deal with grocery retailer E-Mart to develop self-driving shopping carts that can follow consumers around the store, help direct them to items and keep track of shopping lists.

Mon 5 Nov 18 from Daily Mail

LG Bringing Self-Driving Shopping Cart Robots To South Korea

LG has made some innovative robots under its CLOi brand, we have seen robots that can guide people at the airport and even exoskeletons. The company has now inked an agreement with a retail ...

Mon 5 Nov 18 from Ubergizmo

LG is putting its self-driving shopping carts to work in Korea

LG's robotics experiments range from wearable exoskeletons to airport guides and cleaners. Next up, it's starting work on a smart shopping cart that will follow customers ...

Mon 5 Nov 18 from Engadget

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