Part 2 of a two-part series: â€śVideo surveillance in restaurants: Whoâ€™s using what technology and whyâ€ťEvolving video surveillance technology has given many restaurant companies better options when they attempt to match their needs with available hardware, software and services. Some companies, among them 371-unit chicken chain El Pollo Loco of Irvine, Calif. and a number of McDonaldâ€™s franchisees, are deploying interactive systems that enable voice communication between employees ...
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