NEW YORK — Kroger Co., Cincinnati, has developed a new checkout technology that was on display this month at the booth of Fujitsu America at the National Retail Federation's 100th Annual Convention here. Kroger has been testing two units of the self-checkout “tunnel” system, which it developed with Northrop Grumman Corp.'s business unit, Adaptive Optics Associates, in a store in Hebron, Ky., since last summer. The retailer is in discussions with Fujitsu to commercialize the technology, ...

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