|By Business Wire||
|July 25, 2014 07:28 AM EDT||
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dprmwv/global_electronic) has announced the addition of the "Global Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) Systems Market 2014-2018" report to their offering.
EAS products include EAS systems and EAS tags. An EAS tag is a security product used by retailers to prevent shoplifting in retail stores or pilferage of books from libraries. EAS tags are fixed to merchandise or books and are removed or deactivated by staff when the item is bought or checked out. EAS tags help in preventing theft and shoplifting from stores, thus enhancing the operational efficiency and profit margin of retailers.
EAS systems employ EAS technology, which identifies anything that passes through the gated area in a store. This identification is used to alert staff about any unauthorized attempt to steal anything from a store. EAS system components usually consist of disposable tags, reusable tags, benefit denial tags, deactivators and detachers, and RFID tagging.
The analysts forecast the Global Electronic Article Surveillance Systems market will grow at a CAGR of 1.82 percent over the period 2013-2018.
Key Topics Covered:
01. Executive Summary
02. List of Abbreviations
03. Scope of the Report
04. Market Research Methodology
06. Market Landscape
07. Market Segmentation by Application
08. Market Segmentation by Product Category
09. Methods of Loss Prevention by Product Category
10. Market Segmentation by Geography
11. Buying Criteria
12. Market Growth Drivers
13. Drivers and their Impact
14. Market Challenges
15. Impact of Drivers and Challenges
16. Market Trends
17. Trends and their Impact
18. Vendor Landscape
19. Key Vendor Analysis
20. Other Reports in this Series
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- Tyco Retail Solutions
- ALL-TAG Security Americas Inc.
- Ketec Inc.
- Nedap NV
- Sentry Technology Corp.
- TAG Co.
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dprmwv/global_electronic
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