Football World Cup: AI-enabled unmanned stores to launch during Qatar Football World Cup

The AI-enabled checkout-free stores’ software automatically identifies the items picked or put back, using overhead cameras and sensors, and creates a virtual shopping cart for each shopper.

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Football World Cup: AI-enabled unmanned stores to launch during Qatar Football World Cup
Football World Cup: AI-enabled unmanned stores to launch during Qatar Football World Cup

AI and machine learning checkout-free technology enabled Zippin smart stores to launch during Qatar Football World Cup. Qatar-based Al Meera Consumer Goods is partnering with Zippin, to ensure the fully autonomous stores will be launched in strategic locations across Qatar. The stores will provide visitors with snacks, beverages, grab-and-go meals, and other essential items in a seamless and cashier-less process.

Al Meera stated: “We are excited to introduce these new checkout-free stores to make shopping more convenient and fun for our customers. This step is part of our expansion plans to ensure that our services are always within the reach of all consumers. In addition, it is in line with Qatar’s strategy to achieve digital transformation, using modern technology solutions to promote cashless payment solutions and facilitate economic growth by Qatar National Vision 2030.

The AI-enabled checkout-free stores’ software automatically identifies the items picked or put back, using overhead cameras and sensors, and creates a virtual shopping cart for each shopper. The shopper can put the items in their pocket, or bag, or simply carry them and the software will directly charge the cost of the purchased items from the customers’ credit card as soon as they leave the shop. The stores will significantly reduce the time customers spend buying a drink or snack from minutes to seconds.

Football World Cup: AI-enabled unmanned stores to launch during Qatar Football World Cup
Football World Cup: AI-enabled unmanned stores to launch during Qatar Football World Cup

The first outlet of the unmanned stores is planned to open doors to customers during the much-awaited upcoming Qatar Football World Cup as part of Al Meera’s various initiatives to ensure that residents and visitors to Qatar during the mega event have a memorable experience and contribute to the resounding success of the tournament.

“We’re excited to partner with Al Meera, delivering frictionless shopping to their customers,” said Krishna Motukuri, Zippin CEO and co-founder. “Having Zippin-powered stores in the Middle East for the first time shows the impressive traction of checkout-free shopping around the world. It’s clear that shoppers love the convenience and speed: something we’ve proven time and again with each new Zippin-powered store.”

Zippin combines vision cognition technology with machine learning to accurately account for shoppers’ behaviour and products’ whereabouts in-store. To date, 60 Zippin-powered stores have been launched around the world serving 625,000 shoppers. The Zippin-powered stores have helped save 104,000 shopping hours by eliminating checkout lines.

First Eurofighter Typhoon Handed Over to Qatar for Football World Cup

Qatar received its first Eurofighter Typhoon from BAE Systems on August 15 at an official rollout observance in the UK, hosted by Cliff Robson, BAE Systems Group, Managing Director Air. Worldwide Tickets and Hospitality offers Football World Cup tickets for the Qatar Football World Cup at the best prices. Football fanatics and buy Football World Cup Tickets at exclusively discounted prices.

Football World Cup: AI-enabled unmanned stores to launch during Qatar Football World Cup
Football World Cup: AI-enabled unmanned stores to launch during Qatar Football World Cup

The event was detained at BAE Systems’ facility in Warton, UK. It was joined by Qatar’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Defense Affairs, Dr Khalid bin Mohammad Al Attiyah and Commander of Qatar Emiri Air Force, Major General Jassim Mohammed Ahmed Al Mannai.

The Typhoon will be brought from the UK to Qatar later this month, as per the declaration unconfined by BAE Systems. The fighter was seen in Qatari in-service colours and responsibility flight tests at the Wharton ability.

“Today’s Typhoon transfer is another thrilling milestone for our joint UK-Qatar collaboration, which will see the distribution of training and skill between our respective air forces and will safeguard both our nations stay at the forefront of defence ability,” supposed Ben Wallace, UK’s Secretary of State for Defense.

Wallace additional the joint project underscores that Britain values its Middle East alliances. The fighter jet will also take part in air security doings during the Football World Cup, which will be held in Qatar starting November 20.

Football World Cup: AI-enabled unmanned stores to launch during Qatar Football World Cup
Football World Cup: AI-enabled unmanned stores to launch during Qatar Football World Cup

As stated by EurAsian Times earlier, the British Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy will assist Qatar in defensive its territory during the event, as part of which the Joint Typhoon Squadron, also recognized as ’12 Squadron, posted at RAF Coningsby, and functioned by RAF and QEAF workers will guard Qatar’s airspace through the event. Most of the missions will be approved by the QEAF, which manages air protection for the event. The UK will offer its know-how and competencies gained during the 2012 Olympics held in the country.

Qatar World Cup: The Qatari Typhoons

The QEAF endorsed a bond with BAE Systems for 24 Eurofighter Typhoon fighters and nine Hawk Mk 167 progressive training jets in December 2017. Together with the support and instruction package and the arming contract with the MBDA firm, the deal was valued at around £6 billion.

The asset is part of QEAF’s growth and modernization work, which began in 2010. Qatar split its aircraft acquisitions into three sections to procure Dassault Rafale, Boeing F-15 Advanced Eagle, and Eurofighter Typhoon. The first order was located for Rafale in March 2016, was by an order for F-15QAs in June 2017, after which Qatar signed a Letter of Intent to acquire Typhoons in September 2017 and located an order for 24 jets two months later.

While the failure between single-seat and two-seat Typhoons bought for the QEAF is indistinct, reports suggest the Qataris will ultimately operate 18 single-seaters and six two-seat versions. The Typhoons, like the F-15QA and Rafale, have been learned by the QEAF as multi-role fighters with progressive air-to-air and air-to-ground weapons, which comprise Meteor beyond-visual-range air-to-air missiles, and the Brimstone and Paveway IV precision-guided munitions for aggressive ground targets.

Football World Cup: AI-enabled unmanned stores to launch during Qatar Football World Cup
Football World Cup: AI-enabled unmanned stores to launch during Qatar Football World Cup

Also, the Qatari Typhoons are tailored with the Leonardo European Common Radar Standard Mk 0 radar, or ECSR Mk 0, featuring a lively electronically scanned array, making them the first British-constructed Typhoons to have this radar. An extraordinary feature of this radar is that it is set onto a dirigible swashplate or re-positioner, which can be slanted to either side, contributing a much broader look angle beyond 90 grades off the centerline of the jet.

This can provide important tactical rewards in specific scenarios, for example, if the fighter has to perform a beaming manoeuvre to evade recognition by an enemy fighter, as argued in detail by an earlier EurAsian Times report.

Football World Cup: Qatar’s Arms Procurement Program

With the addition of Typhoon to its inventory, the QEAF is set to develop the only air force to boast both Rafale and Eurofighter Typhoon in its fleet. In addition to that, the country also had the most sophisticated variant of the Boeing F-15. Eventually, the QEAF will field 36 Rafales, 36 F-15QAs, and 24 Typhoons.

Football World Cup: AI-enabled unmanned stores to launch during Qatar Football World Cup
Football World Cup: AI-enabled unmanned stores to launch during Qatar Football World Cup

Since 2010, Qatar has boarded on one of the most ruthless arms procurement programs in the Middle East in the wake of plunging relations with Saudi Arabia and UAE following the Arab Spring movement, which saw these countries supporting various conflicts in the disputes in Libya and Syria.

The decline in regional relations reached a critical point in June 2017 when Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, and Egypt, in an organized effort, cut diplomatic ties with Qatar and compulsory an economic barrier on the country. Qatar sees the threat of invasion by Saudi Arabia and the UAE as a real reality which is why it has sought to speed up its armament program.

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