A trial involving 500 ‘mini-cameras’ has begun at Woolworths’ Wetherill Park store, situated in western Sydney. Woolworths hopes the new cameras will boost product availability for its customers.
- The cameras will take pictures every hour to determine if stock levels are sufficient.
- Woolworths hopes the cameras will cut down on labour-intensive work, such as inventory management.
- The retail giant claims the cameras will not be used for surveillance purposes.