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102, 2019

Adopting the Total Retail Loss Model for Improved Loss Prevention

February 1st, 2019|Categories: CCTV, Cloud Storage, Retail Industry, Video Surveillance|0 Comments

The Total Retail Loss Report by Professor Adrian Beck, provides the retail industry with a more effective understanding of retail loss. The report begins by explaining why the traditionally used term, “shrinkage” is too narrow. It then develops a more in-depth concept, called “Total Retail Loss.” [...]

111, 2018

What Your Business Needs to Know About Slip and Fall Accidents

November 1st, 2018|Categories: CCTV, Cloud Storage, Retail Industry, Video Surveillance|0 Comments

  25,000 slips and fall accidents occur every day in the U.S. In reality, this figure is larger - for every person who reports an injury from a fall, there’s another three people who have fallen but don’t report it (source). A prevention measure commonly [...]

1610, 2018

Frictionless Shopping

October 16th, 2018|Categories: CCTV, Retail Industry, Uncategorized, Video Surveillance|0 Comments

Frictionless Shopping: a Presentation by Professor Adrian Beck We recently attended the RILA Asset Protection Leaders Council in Philadelphia, USA. This event brings together nearly 50 industry leaders, representing 30+ major North American retailers and leading product manufacturers. Among the highlights of this event was [...]

2609, 2018

Leveraging AI for GDPR Compliance

September 26th, 2018|Categories: Artificial Intelligence, GDPR, Video Redaction|0 Comments

Data-driven Business We have seen increasing focus on finding new ways to use data more intelligently. Intelligent use of data can offer better, more integrated business solutions. GDPR compliance could be viewed as an opportunity for businesses to improve public engagement, become more data driven, [...]

1109, 2018

Do you Need a Privacy Impact Assessment for your Surveillance System?

September 11th, 2018|Categories: CCTV, GDPR, Uncategorized, Video Surveillance|0 Comments

The Surveillance Camera Code of Practice The Surveillance Camera Code of Practice Principle 2 states that; “The use of a surveillance camera system must take into account its effect on individuals and their privacy, with regular reviews to ensure its use remains justified” (source).  The [...]



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