Oncam will attend NRF Protect 2017 on June 27-28 to showcase the application of 360-degree video technology in retail. The largest retail and restaurant loss prevention event will be held at the Gaylord National Harbor in Washington, D.C. The conference offers educational programs, networking opportunities, workshops and keynotes from security experts and retail industry leaders. The more than 2,500 attendees include professionals in a variety of retail sectors, such as asset protection and risk management.
At booth 109, Oncam will showcase indoor, outdoor, recessed and concealed versions of its award winning Evolution 05 and Evolution 12 360-degree video technology. The Evolution 05 Mini Recessed and Evolution 12 Recessed cameras will be in the spotlight, as they’re particularly suited to retail applications – intelligent functionality in discreet and aesthetically pleasing form factors. Oncam will also highlight its integrations to the most popular video management systems in the industry.
Oncam understands the key challenges facing the retail industry. Balancing the adoption of new technology and reducing shrinkage while maintaining a positive customer experience is critical to retail success. Heightened threats, in areas such as organized crime create the need for innovative and comprehensive security solutions.
The benefits lie in the combination of 360-degree video surveillance cameras and intelligent video applications. High-resolution, omnidirectional cameras produce quality images and full situational awareness, and when used with video analytics or other emergency response software, the results are exceedingly valuable. Luxury jeweler Mouawad in Malaysia exemplifies the advantages of this technology.
As loss prevention professionals gather at NRF Protect, streamlining store operations will be the center of most conversations. And this technology can do that and more: the platform can also be shared across multiple departments of a business and used in visual merchandising, IT, workforce management and marketing. Retail security is evolving as video surveillance expands; loss prevention departments are being seen as less of a cost center and more of an overall contributor, as the software’s capabilities have grown to include aspects such as customer service applications and customer traffic pattern analysis.
For more information about NRF Protect 2017 or to register, visit here. Be sure to stop by our booth and see us!