Overview of the most important retail technology offerings from the past week – Retail Technology Innovation Hub


The online delivery and return company, InPost, has launched a campaign – Secret Senda – in partnership with the homeless charity Shelter.

The initiative, which runs until December 31, allows people to use any of InPost’s 2,500 lockers across the UK to send donations to Shelter for free.

Sports performance brand Under Armor deploys Nedap’s iD Cloud inventory visibility platform.

This will be deployed in 400 stores owned and operated by Under Armor around the world.

Northfork, a shopping recipe platform for grocery retailers, has partnered with Foodstuffs in New Zealand to provide shopping recipes at their New World stores.

New World has integrated Northfork technology to offer recipes on its website, as well as the meal planning functionality.

The company’s technology is also used by Coop in Sweden and Denmark and in the Tasty app from Walmart and Buzzfeed in the United States.

Buyers at the Edeka LÃœNING Rietberg center in Germany can now use Nomitri’s smartphone payment system.

To do this, they attach their phone to a support in their basket. The items are then scanned via the smartphone camera. Nomitri’s computer vision application also detects incorrect scans.

At the end, customers present a barcode at a designated checkout and pay and leave.

Last month we announced that Sainsbury’s was set to open a cashierless store in London at the end of November, using Amazon’s Just Walk Out technology.

That, we noted at the time, would make him the number one customer outside the United States for the technology that powers the Amazon Go and Fresh stores.

The SmartShop Pick & Go store opened to the public last week, after being tested by Sainsbury staff.

Dalmore Highland Single Malt has partnered with BlockBar, a non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace for luxury wine and spirits, to offer a limited edition NFT spirits with a set from the Dalmore Decades No.4 Collection .


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