Breakthrough GPS-Enabled Loss Prevention Device to be Unveiled at the RILA Conference

Rancho Cucamonga, CA – April 4, 2014 – After a secret four- month field test, Universal Surveillance Systems (USS) has announced the first-ever GPS-enabled loss prevention device that also incorporates RFID. The company will unveil the still-unnamed product at the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) conference, from April 6 to April 9, 2014, in Indianapolis, Ind., at booth 300.

“After our testing partner, a large retail chain, caught an organized retail crime group after just one week of using our prototype,” said Tony Oliver, USS’ Chief Technology Officer, “we knew we could not keep this product under wraps any longer. This is a game-changer for loss prevention.”

USS’ Oliver declined to provide technical details of the GPS-enabled product ahead of the RILA conference. The company’s president, Adel Sayegh, was blunt when asked about the same details: “Our retail partners who tested our GPS-enabled prototype asked us pointedly to not make product details known to the general public. Their fear is that this information could find its way to the thieves that our product is designed to catch.”

According to Sayegh, USS will share initial product information and field-testing results with the LP professionals at the RILA conference. Beyond that, the company plans to create a white-list of LP
professionals with whom full details will be shared, subject to a confidentiality agreement.

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