Walmart will roll out a grocery pickup service to pickup groceries at its U.K. stores and the U.A.E. by the end of the year.
The pickup truck will be equipped with cameras that capture the footage of customers, including their shopping and their shopping carts.
Walmart said the service will start in the U, U.Y., U.C.I., and U.N. regions by the middle of the next year.
The company said it has seen a large uptick in demand for grocery pickup trucks since its launch in 2015.
It said the delivery service will allow customers to choose from its standard grocery delivery service or get a personal service.
Walmart currently has three delivery trucks in the market, which include delivery services from Amazon, Walmart, and FedEx.
Walmart said it will roll-out a similar pickup service in Europe in the next few months.
Walmart did not offer any further details about the service, which it said will be available at select U.I. supermarkets and at its stores in New York, London, London and Amsterdam.