Russian inventor proposed the idea of ​​a supermarket for drivers

Not everyone enjoys wandering around with a cart among the endless supermarket shelves, filling it with the necessary goods. The idea proposed by the Russian inventor Dakhir Semyonov will be able to save, first of all, drivers from this boring, monotonous occupation, which also requires a lot of time.

At the entrance to such a specialized store, a display will be installed showing free slots, where the driver can drive up and shop. All goods are served using movable elevator racks. By pressing the button, the buyer activates it.

Each shelf contains various product groups. Of these, the buyer chooses what he needs and puts on the conveyor belt, which delivers them to the cashier for payment. Here the goods are packed and handed over to the driver.

The technology proposed by Dakhir Semyonov reduces the service time, significantly improves its quality and reduces the number of service personnel.