AiFi's NanoStore is completely self-contained and customizable, and it can now be installed in any location with Verizon 5G service.
FREMONT, CA: AiFi, the premier business delivering AI-powered autonomous shopping experiences, has announced a partnership with Verizon Business to provide an automated shopping experience at the 105th Indianapolis 500. Ticketholders, volunteers, employees, and drivers will be able to buy food, beverages, and Indy 500 souvenirs using AiFi's portable computer vision-powered NanoStore, which will operate on Verizon's 5G Ultra Wideband network. AiFi's NanoStore is completely self-contained and customizable, and it can now be installed in any location with Verizon 5G service.
"As in-person gatherings start back up, venues and consumers alike will prioritize personal safety in every way possible," stated Steve Gu, founder and CEO at AiFi. "Our NanoStore allows attendees to avoid crowded lines and experience contactless shopping while purchasing their favorite snacks and drinks. We're incredibly excited to partner with Penske to bring a seamless shopping experience to event attendees, allowing them to get back to their seats faster to enjoy the race."
"Giving race fans the ability to experience the power of Verizon 5G at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway through AiFi's autonomous shopping NanoStore is an exciting moment for us," stated Andy Brady, Vice President, Enterprise Sales, Verizon Business. "Our long-standing partnership with Penske is filled with industry-driving innovation. AiFi shares that same passion and have been amazing partners in making this autonomous shopping experience come to life."