Walmart begins testing shelf-scanning ROBOTS in California [Video]

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Walmart has brought its robots to stores in Milpitas and San Jose in CaliforniaIt"s also testing shelf-scanning robots in Arkansas, Pennsylvania and CaliforniaThe 6-foot tall robots come with tower that is fitted with cameras that scan aislesCan identify missing and misplaced items, incorrect...

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  • Walmart has brought its robots to stores in Milpitas and San Jose in California
  • It’s also testing shelf-scanning robots in Arkansas, Pennsylvania and California
  • The 6-foot tall robots come with tower that is fitted with cameras that scan aisles
  • Can identify missing and misplaced items, incorrect prices and mislabeling
  • Walmart executives say installing the robots won’t …

The approximately 2-foot (0.61-meter) robots come with a tower that is fitted with cameras that scan aisles to check stock and identify missing and misplaced items, incorrect prices and mislabeling

The approximately 2-foot (0.61-meter) robots come with a tower that is fitted with cameras that scan aisles to check stock and identify missing and misplaced items, incorrect prices and mislabeling

Out-of-stock items are a big problem for retailers since they miss out on sales every time a shopper cannot find a product on store shelves. Wal-Mart, the world's largest retailer has been testing shelf-scanning robots in a handful of stores in Arkansas, Pennsylvania and California

Out-of-stock items are a big problem for retailers since they miss out on sales every time a shopper cannot find a product on store shelves. Wal-Mart, the world's largest retailer has been testing shelf-scanning robots in a handful of stores in Arkansas, Pennsylvania and California

Walmart has been granted a patent for 'gas-filled carrier aircrafts' that would serve as airborne bases for fleets of delivery drones. It strikes similar to the one filed last year by Amazon, indicating that tensions are heating up between the two companies as they compete to dominate e-commerce shopping

Walmart has been granted a patent for 'gas-filled carrier aircrafts' that would serve as airborne bases for fleets of delivery drones. It strikes similar to the one filed last year by Amazon, indicating that tensions are heating up between the two companies as they compete to dominate e-commerce shopping

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