Cashier Assisted RFID Checkout using ZeroPOS


In recent years, self-checkout systems have become increasingly popular in retail stores. These systems enable customers to scan and bag their items themselves, reducing the time spent waiting in line and improving the overall shopping experience. However, traditional self-checkout systems require customers to manually enter the product code or scan the barcode, which can be time-consuming and frustrating. By using RFID technology, retailers can eliminate these issues and offer a faster, more efficient, and seamless checkout experience to customers.

Now you can seamlessly integrate ZeroPOS with cashier-assisted RFID checkout functionality. Please contact to know more.

What is RFID, and how does it work?

RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. It is a technology that uses radio waves to communicate information between a tag or label attached to an object and a reader. The tag or label contains a unique identification number that can be used to identify the object. The reader emits a radio signal that is picked up by the tag or label, enabling the reader to identify the object and retrieve information about it.

How can RFID technology be used in the retail industry for self-checkout?

In the retail industry, RFID technology can be used for self-checkout in several ways. RFID tags can be attached to each product, eliminating the need for customers to manually enter the product code or scan the barcode. The RFID reader can quickly and accurately identify each product, enabling the self-checkout process to be faster and more efficient.  

How does it work on ZerPOS?

Once the POS is connected with the EXO self-checkout stations, you can simply place the bag with items on to the station, and the POS will create a cart and read all the RFID tags, and show it to the cart screen. Once items are added, you can proceed with the checkout as normal.

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