Supermarket retailers, vulnerable to theft both from within and without, are turning to a wide variety of technologies to both proactively prevent theft and to capture and help prosecute criminals when theft does occur. Today, digital video surveillance systems, some Web-based for remote monitoring and some integrated with point-of-sale (POS) and/or electronic article surveillance (EAS) systems, are making it possible for retailers to deter and to identify incidents of internal and ...
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