Floor plans for Amazon's first supermarket in Woodland Hills, Calif., show space for a micro-fulfillment center along the perimeter of the new store. Reports indicate that Amazon is working with Dematic, an Atlanta-based software company, to fashion a robotic picking area in the 33,574-square-foot store.
Reports: Amazon adding micro-fulfillment to L.A. grocer
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