Meituan released the first AI smart store Mai shop in Beijing today, which can realize automatic sorting and automatic distribution of unmanned delivery vehicles. At present, the smart store has been put into operation in Shougang park. According to meituan, the store integrates intelligent and automatic capabilities such as meituan flash purchase unmanned micro warehouse and meituan unmanned distribution, which can realize the management of merchants with AI technology and robot stores, and supplement the distribution capacity with takeout delivery personnel. < / P > < p > at present, users can experience it by scanning the code along the way, placing orders through online app and picking up the goods in the park where Mai shop is located. Meituan introduces that after the user places an order, the system will process the order independently, and complete the operation of the order through a series of processes, such as automatic picking, AGV car distribution, packaging and unmanned distribution vehicle distribution. Users can get the order as long as they wait for the delivery of the unmanned delivery vehicle at the corresponding site and input the verification code received by the mobile phone. < p > < p > meituan said that meituan’s Mai shop Shougang Park store has been in the trial operation of the 11th long holiday, with an average delivery of 17 minutes and 95% of orders being delivered by no one. < / P > < p > it is reported that in October 2016, the w project team was established within meituan to develop unmanned distribution under specific scenarios. In December 2017, the unmanned Distribution Department was established, led by Dr. Xia Huaxia, the chief scientist of meituan, as the general manager of the unmanned Distribution Department. Meituan introduced that since 2018, meituan unmanned distribution has completed complete closed-loop operations including b-end, C-end and b-to-c-end in many places in China. Up to now, unmanned distribution has been put into operation in Beijing, xiong’an New District and other places. Epic Games accused Google of monopolizing the latter, which may have a better chance than apple

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