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Vending Times: Shekel Brainweigh Teams with Parlevel Systems, Imbera on Smart Cooler

Shekel Brainweigh Teams with Parlevel Systems, Imbera on Smart Cooler

Shekel Brainweigh Ltd., a provider of weighing technology, is teaming up with Parlevel Systems, a software provider, and Imbera, a provider of commercial refrigeration equipment, to introduce hubz, a cooler that offers a secure way to sell any product, anywhere and anytime, according to a press release.

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Kiosk Marketplace: French retailer Monoprix teams with Shekel Brainweigh on cashierless store

French retailer Monoprix teams with Shekel Brainweigh on cashierless store

Monoprix S.A., a Clichy, France-based retailer, has teamed with Shekel Brainweigh Ltd., an Israel-based weighing technology provider, to introduce an AI-powered autonomous shopping system on a self-service retail concept to offer 24/7 service.

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Retail Technology Innovation Hub: Groupe Casino enlists Shekel Brainweigh for automated store pilot

Groupe Casino enlists Shekel Brainweigh for automated store pilot

French retailer Groupe Casino is working with Shekel Brainweigh on an automated store situated at its Monoprix HQ in Clichy, Hauts-de-Seine, near Paris.

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Kiosk Marketplace: Shekel Brainweigh integrates Nayax payment solutions for micro market coolers

Shekel Brainweigh integrates Nayax payment solutions for micro market coolers

Shekel Brainweigh Ltd., a provider of weighing technology, has integrated Nayax payment solutions as a standard payment method for its Innovendi machines.

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Kiosk Marketplace: Hitachi, Shekel Brainweigh team on autonomous shopping solution

Hitachi, Shekel Brainweigh team on autonomous shopping solution

Shekel Brainweigh Ltd., a provider of weighing technology, and Hitachi today unveiled Capsule, a framework for an autonomous micro-market solution based on Hitachi's LiDAR sensors and Shekel's Product Aware Shelves, according to a press release.

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MediaPost: Shoppers Want Better Self-Checkout Tech

Shoppers Want Better Self-Checkout Tech

Nearly all (89%) consumers say they want self-checkout machines that can automatically identify items, according to the study, comprising a survey of 270 U.S. adults conducted by Shekel Brainweigh.