Ralphs uses technology to improve checkout wait time

09/8/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Ralphs is installing technology to reduce checkout wait time. QueVision uses infrared cameras to track body heat to determine the number of people in a store. Based on the result, workers are deployed to cash registers. QueVision has reduced Ralphs' wait time from the national average of 4 minutes to about 30 seconds, a spokeswoman says.

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