Seoul, South Korea – GS25, the leading convenience store chain, is set to revolutionize the industry with the introduction of Ereon, an AI self-driving serving robot. This groundbreaking technology marks the first-ever deployment of its kind in convenience stores, with Ereon becoming available at over 9,000 GS25 stores across Seoul starting this month.
Developed in collaboration with Polaris3D, Ereon boasts advanced vibration control and cutting-edge AI technology, enabling it to flawlessly serve food and beverages. The primary objective of GS25 is to elevate purchasing convenience, particularly for self-employed individuals. To provide customers with a firsthand experience, GS25 DX LAB stores will serve as testing grounds for Ereon until July.
For early adopters, GS25 offers an exclusive promotion: a 3 million won discount and a 36-month rental plan for those who purchase Ereon before September. As a leader in domestic robot sales, GS25 demonstrates its commitment to supporting small and medium-sized enterprises by providing them with technical expertise and innovative solutions.
The introduction of Ereon signifies a significant milestone in the convenience store industry, showcasing GS25’s dedication to leveraging advanced technology to improve customer experiences. With Ereon’s AI capabilities and self-driving functionality, GS25 is at the forefront of innovation, redefining the future of convenience shopping.