BOLIVAR, Mo. — Woods Supermarket here has saved “a significant amount of money” by using a video analytics system to ensure that products are scanned correctly at both regular and self-checkout lanes, said Doug Haworth, the chain’s director of loss prevention. The system, provided by StopLift Checkout Vision Systems, Cambridge, Mass., is able to watch checkout activities at the POS via ordinary surveillance cameras and flag illegal behavior like sweethearting by ...

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