Enterprise S’pore sees scope for unmanned stores
19 Aug 2019
At the Singapore Retail Industry Conference and Exhibition, three home-grown retailers showcased new concepts using technology such as radio-frequency identification, cashless payments and artificial intelligence that let shoppers enter stores and buy items without having to interact with a salesperson. Amos Tan, SP’s senior lecturer from the School of Business opined that unmanned stores have the potential to do well in Singapore. Article also mentioned that unmanned stores have been around for several years including the first unmanned cashless Cheers convenience store at NYP that was set up in 2017.
[The Straits Times]