San Diego is a popular tourist destination, with more than 1.3 million people living and working in the county each year.
While San Diego was the first to introduce a public, automated checkout at IKEa, the company has since expanded to other retail stores and even a food truck.
Now, the San Diego company is introducing a new, automated system that has become known as “wet.”
The new automated checkout system, which is available in IKEas San Diego location, has been designed to ensure shoppers who purchase from the store receive the items they ordered, according to the company.
The wet checkout process uses an infrared sensor that is embedded in the machine and a camera that will take pictures of items in the shopping cart and send them to the IKEashow service, a San Diego-based company that helps merchants store inventory.
When a customer has a receipt for a purchased item, the service sends a text message, which the customer will then read aloud, to confirm the item has been shipped to them.
The wet checkout has been available in San Francisco, Portland, San Jose, Los Angeles, Seattle and Austin.
It is not yet available in New York City, which was the last place IKExpress customers ordered from.
The company says that if customers do not order from a specific store in a particular city, they will receive an automatic message stating the item is no longer available.
If a customer does not want to go through the wet checkout, the customer can call the company at 1-800-826-5343.
The dry checkout is a one-time payment, and the company says customers can still choose to pay for their purchases online or in person.