A Customer Perspective of the Present and Future of Physical Security and Building Technologies in the Retail Industry

The Present and the Future of Physical Security and Building Technologies in Retail

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This study’s research objective is to gauge the usage of building technologies and physical security technologies within United States retail chains. The data was collected in August 2011, using a web-based survey. The sample consisted of 182 managers. The study examines technologies including access control systems: keypads, card readers, and analog video surveillance that help minimize threats such as shoplifting. Also covered are technologies used in retail premises, including fire suppression and detection, HVAC, energy management, and remote monitoring systems.

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A Customer Perspective of the Present and Future of Physical Security and Building Technologies in the Retail Industry, 2011 Physical Security and Building Technologies in Retail Chains in the United StatesUnited States Physical Security and Building TechnologiesRetail Chains in the United States: Physical Security and Building Technologies




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