Tag: retail video surveillance
LP success stories, the world of loss prevention according to Paul Jones, and undercover vs. visible LP — these are the topics that drew the attention of retail security readers in 2018.
Visual information is no longer the only — and perhaps not even the primary — component of a video surveillance system. Images are still valuable, but it is the data inherent within them that provides for new applications and value. A camera is now a computer with a lens. Video once provided LP with extra eyes. Now it also offers brains.
After completing the three-part series on the first fifteen years of Loss Prevention magazine, I promised to write an additional article that looks at...