STOCKTON, Calif. -- Centro Mart here, an independent retailer that is a member of Certified Grocers of California, Los Angeles, plans to upgrade its current digital closed circuit television system to a real-time environment by year's end. Centro Mart's system allows loss-prevention professionals to monitor stores from a remote location, although the system operates with a two- to three-second delay. A software application provides views of various areas within individual stores, depending ...

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