The company wants to compete with Amazon Go.
The American company Microsoft is working on technology that will allow retailers to open stores without automated cash registers in sellers.
Thus, retail sellers can get the analogues of the Amazon Go.
According to sources, the tech giant is negotiating with Walmart network of potential cooperation.
Microsoft has already presented several retailers with a system that tracks what buyers put in stores in their cart.
According to the newspaper, on the creation of the project team of 10-15 members of the Microsoft. One of their main objectives is to make technology available to be able to buy any network without losing profits, the sources said.
It is noted that now the company is experimenting with different cameras, which are fixed on trolleys for shopping.
Meanwhile, it remains unknown when Microsoft will release system on the market.