Trigo, an Israeli computer vision company, and German supermarket chain REWE Group have opened their second hybrid autonomous grocery store in Berlin, Germany. The 400m² store allows customers to purchase fruits and vegetables by weight and offers a range of products, including bulk items and non-food items. The store incorporates Trigo's frictionless grocery shopping technology, which utilizes computer vision and AI algorithms to track shoppers' movements and product choices, enabling them to walk out without going through a checkout lane. Trigo has previously deployed its technology in stores for Aldi Nord, Tesco, Netto Marken-Discount, and Wakefern. The growing adoption of smart checkout solutions is projected to process nearly $400 billion in transactions by 2025, according to Juniper Research.