Tag: rfid tags
CONTROLTEK will launch three new asset protection solutions designed for fitting rooms at the next week’s NRF PROTECT conference in Dallas. Visit Booth 615 to learn more. Read More
RFID technology allows companies to know where in their process any particular asset is, so they can monitor the speed of production, the time of delivery, or any other factor that will help them to see how long their processes actually take—and control assets by knowing where they are at Read More
CONTROLTEK will showcase two new detection systems for preventing shoplifting, a new lineup of EAS and RFID tags, and a brand-new, as-yet unreleased LP solution. Stop by Booth 411 to learn more. Read More
By Adrian Beck
Since the term radio frequency identification (RFID) came into common usage within the retail environment, around the end of the 1990s, it has in many respects been an idea driven more by hope and hype than practical realization. For retailers, it promised a world where supply chains would become fully Read More
Tyco Retail Solutions has collaborated with industry leaders to showcase new innovations and retail concepts to further digitize the store and enable retailers to provide smart, connected shopper engagement. Prescriptive analytical data solutions and technology investments are helping retailers to operate proactively, efficiently and in real-time to better engage their Read More
For retail jewelers, the holiday season offers tremendous opportunities – for business revenue and for thieves.
Crowds, extra inventory and more transactions create an open invitation for shoplifters and employee theft unless jewelers take special precautions, warns Sid Kalantar, senior vice president of sales and marketing of Senseon™ Secure Access, which Read More
“If it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s probably a duck.” We’ve all heard some form of the “Duck Test” before. We use the folksy expression when we want to get to the heart of the matter and clearly describe something for what it is. What Read More
In 2017, Adrian Beck, professor in the criminology department at the University of Leicester, published a piece in Security Journal outlining a new conceptual typology regarding loss. Beck argues that “shrink” is an antiquated term that lacks a clear definition in the retail industry. [Editor’s Note: Beck published a piece Read More
New technology in retail loss prevention emerges regularly. In this profession, it’s important to stay abreast of any new technologies that may show potential and could help reduce theft and fraud.
Industry conferences and events are a great place to scope out the latest solutions. For example, Tom Meehan, CFI, witnessed Read More