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Canadian convenience chain combats shrinkage on IP platform

Retail

Mac's Convenience Stores, a chain of convenience stores in Canada with more than 850 stores nationwide since 1961, noticed an increase in shrinkage problems. Take one of its shops in British Columbia for example. It discovered more than US$1,500 worth of merchandise had been stolen in one month. To deal with the ongoing shrinkage, store owner Akram Qaryzada hired local system integrator Blanchasrd

GM in China drives customer satisfaction through IP

Retail

To help General Motors (GM) provide a new personalized Internet service to increase customer satisfaction in China, Axis Communication in partnership with Shanghai Ziya Information Technology installed video surveillance systems and complementary management software in 600 GM 4S stores nationwide.

London brewery/restaurant chain enhances remote monitoring and management on IP

Retail

Fast-growing microbrewery chain Zerodegrees, was dissatisfied with the limitations of analog-based CCTV cameras and DVRs that had been installed in some of the sites it acquired in London. For its new restaurant and microbrewery sites, chief executive and co-founder of Zerodegrees, Nick Desai, wanted the ability to ensure evidence caught on camera was usable for police identification purposes. He

No more free lunches at Seattle restaurants and bars

Retail

Internet Camera Solutions (ICSs) had a number of Seattle-based restaurant owners who needed advanced remote monitoring systems for their restaurants and bars. Although a few of the restaurants already had analog cameras in place, the owners needed a way to access the video feeds remotely, as well as to easily record and manage the images.

French luxury retailer in Dubai opts for IP-based surveillance

Retail

French Department Store, chain Galeries Lafayette, popularly known as France's leading fashion house and one of the top 100 global retailers, opened its first department store in the Middle East, in Dubai Mall. Occupying approximately 192,000 square feet, by approximately 20,000 square meters of gross leased area, Galeries is UAE's largest single retail store. Founded in 1893, Galeries has always

UK stores clamp down on self-checkout shrinkage with IP surveillance and analytics

Retail

Axis Communications, the global market supplier in network video, is working with StopLift, a leading point of sale (POS) analytics developer whose technology is used in Tesco, to clamp down on self-checkout theft in stores across the UK.

Paris 'geeks' bar streamlines operations and heightens security with IP video surveillance

Retail

Dernier Bar is new establishments open since June 2012. The management wanted to implement a system of video surveillance to ensure good business management and at the same time ensure the security of the premises day and night, taking into account the layout, ease of use of the system and its potential for adaptation.

Sprint service dealer enhances customer experience with MVaaS

Retail

Envysion, a Managed Video as a Service (MVaaS) provider, announced that CCT Wireless has selected Envysion as its exclusive video provider and has begun an enterprise deployment of Envysion's video-driven business intelligenceT. CCT Wireless, a Sprint preferred retailer with locations throughout Colorado and Wyoming, will use Envysion to improve sales and the customer experience.

Madrid retail and entertainment complex entrusts customer safety to surveillance and PA systems

Retail

Islazul, located in the Pau de Carabanchel district in Spain, is one of Madrid's largest retail, entertainment and services complexes, covering an area of 256,000 square meters. Spread over three floors, it has a total of 180 stores. Its spacious and light facilities are a huge draw for the public, as the complex is lit up with natural light from the lightweight ETFE roof and it features environm

Taking a leap beyond loss prevention

Retail

With the introduction of 360-degree fisheye cameras with built-in “track-‘n-trace” capability in co?-mbination with video analytics applied to recorded footage, the retail sector has discovered that in-store surveillance can do much more than merely finding, tracking and identifying shoplifters, by analyzing and enhancing the shopper's experience.

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