US based tech giant Amazon has unveiled the Amazon Dash Cart, which is infused with weight sensors and cameras that allow it to scan your items as shoppers are placing them in the cart so the shoppers can skip the checkout line.
The concept is kind of like a compact version of Amazon Go, a whole store that does away with the checkout experience by using hundreds of cameras on the ceiling to let customers pick up whatever items they want and walk out.
"Our primary motivation for building this was to be able to save customers time," said Dilip Kumar, vice president of Amazon's physical retail and technology. "The alternative solutions are standing in the express checkout lanes or fumbling through self-checkout stations."
Dash Carts will debut at Amazon's Woodland Hills, California, grocery store, when the location opens later this year.