The Verge reports that Amazon has opened its first cashierless store outside of the US with a new Amazon Fresh location in London, UK.
The store uses the company’s Just Walk Out technology, which allows customers to pick items off shelves and take them out of the store without having to stop and pay a cashier. Billing is handled automatically, but requires customers to scan their Amazon app to enter.
The launch marks a major expansion of Amazon’s cashierless stores initiative.
The technology powering the stores, which uses cameras to track shoppers and their purchases, debuted with Amazon’s first Go store in Seattle in 2016.
There are now over two dozen Amazon Go stores across the US. Last year the initiative expanded with a larger grocery store called Amazon Go Grocery.