Retailers around the globe rely on Sensormatic’s Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) as an effective anti-shoplifting solution which deters theft — while providing a pleasant shopping experience for customers ultimately leading to increased profitability for retailers.
With proven reliability and performance, Sensormatic EAS solutions have protected more than 115 billion products in the past decade, making it one of the most trusted brands in loss prevention.
EAS systems consist of the different components:
Deployed at retail store exits and configured to create a surveillance zone responsible for detecting hard tags or live labels, EAS detection systems are available in different formats for retailers’ varying requirements and store design. They can come in Pedestals, Aisle protection systems and concealed systems.
Attached to each product for protection and available in a variety of formats for different types of merchandise. Robust hard tags and low-cost, small footprint EAS labels utilise Ultra•Max® Acousto-Magnetic technology for exceptional detection rates and immunity from false alarm.
Designed to ergonomic standards and for ease of use and great user flexibility at the point of sale, EAS deactivators and detachers are deployed to efficiently deactivate EAS labels or remove EAS hard tags post-purchase, helping retailers maximize cashier efficiency for faster checkout lane throughput.
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Adopting EAS systems are the first steps to controlling shoplifting. The reach and effectiveness of traditional loss prevention methods can be further enhanced and maximized by subsequently deploying Tyco’s EAS Intelligence solutions to ensure optimum performance over the long run.
Tyco’s EAS anti-theft solutions not only act as a deterrence for theft, but when properly designed and implemented, can be integrated with in-store Video surveillance solutions to bring about added layer of protection.
After integration, should an alarm from the EAS system sound, the video surveillance solutions can record the event and identify the person who triggered the alarm, and provide necessary supportive video verification and documentation.