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RFID and EAS: Two Technologies Can Live Together

In this article, explore the functionalities of certain technology, their strengths, weaknesses, historical development, and the considerations involved in offering a hybrid approach.

The Power of Smart Loss Prevention

LP programs have, for some time, focused on addressing different drivers in isolation from one another, with an emphasis on theft above all else. The reality is much more complicated, and that’s where retail analytics systems can help.

Participate in LPM’s Survey on Innovation and Electronic Article Surveillance

As our asset protection programs innovate and change, how has this impacted our perspective on the use of EAS systems?

Rediscover the Power of Source Tagging

Source tagging not only allows merchandise to arrive secured and shelf-ready, but it also actively reduces shrink from the point of manufacturing to and throughout the store.

CONTROLTEK Introduces High Security EAS Tag and Detachers

CONTROLTEK has announced its new offering of High Security Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) Tags and Detachers.

Having Trouble Getting the EAS and RFID Solutions You Need?

Whether your asset protection program requires AM, RF, RFID, or a combination of technologies, CONTROLTEK offers a comprehensive portfolio of EAS and RFID tags and systems to fit your needs.

Checkpoint Systems Introduces SFERO

Checkpoint Systems introduces SFERO, a fully customizable, modular RFID loss prevention system with high detection performance to minimize losses and protect stores in ways never possible—until now. 

Checkpoint Systems Launches RFID as EAS Solution for Apparel

Checkpoint Systems has added to its RFID loss prevention portfolio with the launch of SFERO, a fully customizable, modular RFID as EAS solution for apparel with high detection performance to minimize losses and protect stores in new ways.

Then and Now: Cash Register, CCTV Video Cameras, Electronic Article Surveillance

It might be surprising, but the original purpose of the cash register was to stop theft. The inventor was James Ritty, a saloonkeeper in Dayton, Ohio.

Retail Technology: The Intersection of Loss Prevention and Sustainability

While shrink has always been an issue, the recent holiday season saw an unprecedented spike in theft, according to experts.
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