Part 2 of a two-part series: “Video surveillance in restaurants: Who’s using what technology and why”Evolving 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 McDonald’s franchisees, are deploying interactive systems that enable voice communication between employees ...

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