Trigo, a computer vision company based in Israel, and German supermarket giant REWE Group have opened Germany’s largest hybrid-autonomous supermarket. The Trigo-powered store allows customers to shop and pay in a traditional way or autonomously without a checkout process. The store uses ceiling-mounted intelligent cameras and shelf sensors to enable frictionless shopping, optimizing inventory and supply chains while matching consumer expectations for convenience. Trigo specializes in retrofitting large supermarkets with frictionless checkout systems that allow customers to buy in bulk without having to pack and unpack items at the checkout line. The company is scaling up its store rollouts and deepening its tech offering, dominating Europe with partnerships like REWE, Tesco, ALDI Nord, and Netto, with dozens of stores in Europe under the world’s toughest data protection regulations.