1. Longmont-based startup unveils product at security show in Las Vegas

    LONGMONT — A tech startup in Longmont has emerged from stealth mode to announce its first product, a plug-and-play system that it says “drastically improves retail-loss prevention and slashes operational costs.” DeepCam LLC, which has been in stealth mode for three years, made the product announcement Thursday at the International Security Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas. The system uses biometrics to identify shoplifting and other suspicious behaviors.

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