Mini market Naraffar in Sweden had no guards. © 2016 Merdeka
A mini market in Sweden does not have an employee in order to maintain and sorting groceries buyer. The buyers are welcome to serve themselves capital only smart phone.
As shown in the video on the page Aljazeera +, Wednesday (15/3), they just need to have a mobile phone application that allowed him to enter the store named Naraffar it, and then pay the bill simply by scanning the barcode. After that, the total price of the groceries they pay also through an application that will be billed monthly.
"This store is based on the principles of trust, the visitors only need to use their mobile phones to open the door and scan the groceries. All they need to do is register through applications that have been downloaded earlier," says the initiator of the idea of Robert Ilijason (39), as quoted by page phys.org.
The mini market is open 24 hours, but not all the goods of daily needs are sold here.
Mini market Naraffar in Sweden do not have a guard (c) 2016 Merdeka
"Cigarettes and drugs we do not provide, because of the potential theft, alcohol is also no, because Sweden forbids it sold in mini market," he continued.
Known this idea came because of sparse availability of mini markets in remote areas. The last few decades, retail stores prefer to operate on a large scale and certainly in the downtown area.