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Woolworths Opts For Bandwidth Friendly Video Surveillance Solution
With 3,500 supermarkets, general merchandise, home improvement, consumer electronics and liquor stores, as well as petrol stations located across Australia and New Zealand, Woolworths required a video surveillance system capable of operating over bandwidth links of 64 kilobits per second or less.
The CENEX gas station and convenience store in Tioga, North Dakota, isn’t your typical, neighborhood gas station and c-store. Located in the heart of the mid-West state’s Bakken oil boom region, this gas station and c-store is a super-sized 36,000-square foot (3,345-square meter) behemoth with 11 fuel islands and 22 pumps dispensing gasoline and diesel.
Some restaurateurs think of video surveillance strictly as a tool to investigate incidents of theft and other risks such as slip and falls, but Hideaway Pizza, a 12-restaurant chain based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, thinks of video surveillance more as a critical enabler of operational excellence.
Losses in the quick service restaurant (QSR) industry resulting from staff theft amount to an astonishing 7% of sales, according to the National Restaurant Association. Costing billions of dollars a year, theft can take many forms — from simple cash register theft to more sophisticated scams involving several individuals.
Why should retailers invest in video surveillance when they could use that money to hire a new employee or run an advertisement? Because many retail organizations today are successfully using their surveillance system for just minutes a day to find costly inefficiencies, theft and other problems – and seeing increased revenues and profits as a result.
ARTICLES FROM INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS FOR RETAILERS
Are You Maximizing Your Mobile Potential?
Mobility is making a huge impact on how retailers deal with everything from inventory visibility to customer experience — with the ultimate goal of increased sales.
The Interdepartmental Benefits Of Megapixel Video
High-definition cameras are an efficiency boon to loss prevention investigators, but their benefits in retail reach far beyond LP.
Meeting The Megapixel Camera Challenge For Retail Use
Retailers implementing IP cameras face challenges related to varying retail lighting conditions and bandwidth consumption.
Retailers have found many new ways to capitalize on LP video camera technologies, and one of the most useful is video analytics.
Traffic Intelligence: The Science Of Shopper Conversion
To truly understand what is going on in the store, you need more than just a traffic counter, you need to know who is coming in, and why they are, or are not, buying.
In addition to the benefits of Envysion Video, Envysion Insight goes beyond traditional security and loss prevention applications by integrating video with business tools such as Point of Sale (POS), Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS), and Access Control systems.
AXIS 2014-E Network Camera
World’s smallest HDTV bullet-style network camera.
Envysion Pro Solutions
Envysion Video Pro enables multi-unit operators to easily leverage remote video to better understand their business and improve loss prevention, operations, risk management and security efforts.
AXIS A1001 Network Door Controller
The AXIS A1001 is an independent unit that can be installed at each door, completed with third-party door accessories such as sensors, door locks and readers. This door controller is suitable for small and medium-sized businesses as well as larger enterprises.
Leverage surveillance video and data intelligence to identify and prevent loss – in real time – to improve profitability, and to identify and remove the criminal elements from your business.
Security Solutions For Retailers
Every retail store has hidden potential for more growth, higher profits, and a better experience for both customers and employees. Use video surveillance beyond the traditional security to find insights you never knew existed. Whatever your budget, you have enough to get started!
VIDEO SURVEILLANCE NEWS
X Series IP Cameras From Sony Electronics Named ‘Best Of Video Surveillance Cameras IP’ At SIA’s 2014 New Product Showcase At ISC West
The X Series mini dome IP cameras from Sony Electronics won the Security Industry Association’s 2014 New Product Showcase (NPS) for the “Best of Video Surveillance Cameras IP” Award at the NPS awards ceremony at ISC West on Wednesday, April 2.
VIDEO SURVEILLANCE MULTIMEDIA
IP Video — Not Just For LP Any More
There are so many things to consider when protecting your business — from article security to access control and many other things. They all impact the retailer’s bottom line. Starting with intrusion, access control and fire detection, many retailers face fines due to false alarms, and not to mention the fact that manpower is wasted brining in managers to check on the alarms.
How IP Video Benefits All Of Retail Operations
Retailers are notoriously slow in migrating to new technology, but there has been a huge push towards IP Video lately. This is evident in a recent case study with Saks Fifth Avenue in the June issue of Integrated Solutions for Retailers Magazine.
IP Video — Not Just For Big-Box Retailers
Retailers of all sizes can benefit from the advancements in IP video. Whether it’s analytics or reduced infrastructure costs, IP video presents one of the most cost-effective solutions for retailers of all sizes. Here, Bob Johns, editor of Integrated Solutions For Retailers magazine and RetailSolutionsOnline.com, talks with Hedgie Bartol and Jackie Anderson, business development managers in retail with Axis Communications, to discuss the benefits of IP video for small and mid-size retailers. Feel free to listen to the podcast or read the text-only version.