AdvanSafe is an overhead loss prevention system based on RFID UHF that detects the tagged items that pass through an entrance, verifies if those items have been purchased, and triggers an acoustic and/or visual alarm if any item has not been purchased. It uses multiple antenna beams and electronic beam steering to detect which tags are static and which are moving, avoiding false alarms.
AdvanSafe can use four configurations for checking if a tagged item has been paid:
Checks the EAS bit of NXP chips.
Checks if the EPC code includes a pre-defined pattern that signals that the product has or not been paid.
Checks against the POS database if the product has been purchased.
Checks bulk theft: trigger an alarm if a certain number of tags are read in a certain time period (e.g. a few seconds).
AdvanSafe uses master units and slave units: The master unit has an integrated reader, antenna, controller, acoustic alarm and visual alarm. The slave unit comprises antenna and visual alarm.
One slave unit can be connected up to one master unit. This reduces costs for stores with wide entrances.
AdvanSafe works with any hard and soft Gen2 RFID UHF tags. The tag chip and inlay chosen should provide a reading distance longer than the height at which AdvanSafe-200 will be installed in all tag orientations.
It includes advanced processing techniques for minimizing false alarms.
AdvanSafe can be ordered in 2 models:
Suspended wires mount.
AdvanSafe can be optionally connected to AdvanCloud cloud-based software platform.
The products that trigger an alarm can be shown on a smartphone managed by store staff or security staff, in order to:
Thwart theft attempts.
Register the event: false alarm, thwarted theft, theft.
This information can then be analyzed for business intelligence purposes:
Theft attempts by day and time of day.
Products that suffer more theft attempts.
Stores with more theft activity.
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