Amazon is making changes to its self-service technology at Amazon Fresh stores in the United States. The company is eliminating the “Just Walk Out” technology that allowed customers to pick up items in the store and leave without waiting in a checkout line. This technology used sensors and cameras to track what customers picked up.

Instead of “Just Walk Out”, Amazon will introduce “Amazon Dash Cart” in these stores. This new technology allows customers to grab an item, scan it and place it in their cart. Customers can then skip the checkout line as payments are made automatically. Amazon spokeswoman Jessica Martin noted that the company has spent time redesigning Amazon Fresh stores to offer a better shopping experience.

The company aims to provide customers with features like easily finding products and offers, viewing their receipts while shopping, and understanding how much money they’ve saved. The Information first reported that Amazon was ending the “Just Walk Out” technology at Amazon Fresh stores. Despite this change, Amazon is keeping the “Just Walk Out” technology in Amazon Go stores and smaller Amazon Fresh stores in the UK. The company opened its first cashier-less brick-and-mortar store outside the US in London in 2021.

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