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Dr. Adrian Beck summarizes his outlook on the future of video in the last installment of his exclusive Video Watch column for LPM.
Recent ECR Retail Loss research captured some of the contrasting views about facial recognition, including the opportunities it presents and some of the challenges of operationalizing it in a retail context.
Concerns about retail staff being the victims of violence and verbal abuse have long dogged the industry. Body-worn cameras might be the best solution.
Solink, a cloud-based video security company for businesses, unveiled details of a product integration with Brivo, a provider of cloud-based access control and smart building technologies.
The growth in the use of various types of self-checkout systems (SCO), especially, but not exclusively in grocery, is one of the defining transformations of 21st century retailing.
To help grocers address inventory accuracy issues, developments in video technologies and analytics have begun to offer interesting alternatives, albeit with sometimes mixed results thus far.
Developments in video analytics, which can be used to automatically identify predetermined events and generate an alert, have resurrected interest in using video to address shop theft.
Several national retailers are investing heavily in AI pilots to support their asset protection and store security teams in dealing with the prominent issues caused by organized and disorganized retail crime.
Vandalism is not only difficult to prevent, but because it is difficult to catch perpetrators in the act, it too often incurs labor and repair costs for victims.
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