NEW YORK — At last year’s National Retail Federation Annual Conference & Expo here, Fujitsu attracted attention at its booth with a self-checkout system that channeled products through a scanning “tunnel,” relieving shoppers and cashiers of the scanning task. The system was developed in partnership with Kroger, which tested it at a store in Kentucky. At this year’s show, Datalogic, Eugene, Ore., also caused a stir at its booth with its own version of a ...

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