Hannaford Bros. and Pathmark are using intelligent systems that interpret video images to identify employee theft and shoplifting
At any major casino, trained security professionals are stationed in a video surveillance room closely observing the activity at the high-stakes gaming tables for hints of fraudulent behavior that would put the casino at risk. While the individual stakes are decidedly lower at supermarkets, the cumulative impact of fraudulent activity — by shoppers and especially by store employees — weighs heavily on the industry. The Food Marketing Institute's 2007 Supermarket Security & Loss ...
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