Unmanned facilities smartening people's life

chinadaily.com.cn | 2017-11-01 14:14

Unmanned facilities smartening people's life

A customer stands outside BingoBox, a 24-hour self-service convenience store, in Xuzhou, Jiangsu province, Oct 31, 2017. [Photo/VCG]

From unmanned capsule gyms to unmanned convenient stores, various kinds of high-tech unmanned facilities are popping up across China.

In Xuzhou, East China's Jiangsu province, a 24-hour self-service convenience store named BingoBox has attracted many customers.

People can use their WeChat, a popular social media platform, to scan a QR code on the door to get access to the store and then do shopping.

After picking up goods they would like to buy, they just need to put them on the goods recognition area near the cashier.

The goods recognition machine can recognize the goods and display the names and quantity of goods and a payment QR code on the screen, which customers can scan to make the payment.

If someone tries to take goods out of the store without paying for them, the door will close and the sound system will remind the customer.

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