AiFi boasts a 99% accuracy rate for its computer vision-technology, preventing theft and ensuring a seamless experience for the customer. The technology also works on the back end to notify the store when certain items are running low and may need restocking. Notably, AiFi does not use facial recognition software in order to protect privacy.
“The opening of this autonomous store is such an exciting moment for us. AiFi is a great partner, allowing us to adjust and customize the experience to fit the needs of our customers,” Tomasz Blicharski, managing director of Żabka Future, said in a statement. “The solution we created together is designed to meet our customers’ expectations by offering them the most advanced, convenient, and fastest shopping experience on the market.”
Żabka’s network includes approximately 7,200 shops, with plans to expand its modular store format, which will leverage AiFi’s NanoStore technology. AiFi has 15 stores internationally with other brands.