Robots move beyond warehouses, into retail stores
Robots move beyond warehouses, into retail stores
Simbe
November 18, 2015
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CNBC
Jeff Daniels
November 2015

Amazon and others have made extensive use of robots in their warehouses to help package and ship orders, but a new generation of robots is graduating from the back end and moving into retail shops themselves.

Best Buy is testing a customer service robot named Chloe at a New York City store, and a San Francisco-based robotics firm is testing a machine named Tally to roam store aisles and check on inventory levels. Orchard Supply Hardware, a chain owned by Lowe's, is using a robot dubbed OSHbot at a San Jose-area store to help customers find items.

Read more at CNBC.

Simbe
November 18, 2015
News Article