GPS Guard Tour System in Jining Police of China

Application Equipment: WM-5000V4S
Equipment Quantity: 500 sets
Use Company: Sainsburg’s
Project Name: WM-5000V4S Guard Tour System

Abstract

Sainsbury’s was established as a partnership in 1869, when John James Sainsbury and his wife Mary Ann opened a store at 173 Drury Lane in Holborn, London. Sainsbury started as a retailer of fresh foods and later expanded into packaged groceries such as tea and sugar. His trading philosophy, as stated on a sign outside his first shop in Islington, was: “Quality perfect, prices lower”. In addition, Sainsbury pays more attention to security. Sainsbury use JWM guard tour system protect the security.

Application Situation

First, install the checkpoints on the equipment and routes. Second, set the patrol plan in the software. Third, guards use a guard tour system to patrol. Fourth, after patrolling, the patrol data can be communicated by the station.
1. The guards use the guard tour system to patrol as the routes and checkpoints that have already been set. If guards meet problems during the patrol, they will contact with related right now.
2. The guards divided into 4 groups. They need patrol warehouse at day and night. In the night, WM-5000V4S guard tour system with the flashlight function brings a big convenience to guards.
3. Guards also need to patrol the doors, and floors at the daytime. It ensures the customer’s and staff’s security.

Solve Problems

1. Guards use JWM Guard Tour System avoid the loss of Sainsbury.
2. JWM Guard Tour System is more scientific and effective than traditional patrol.
3. JWM Guard Tour System protect the staff and customers’ security.

Project Introduction

Sainsbury’s is the second largest chain of supermarkets in the United Kingdom, with a 16.9% share of the UK supermarket sector. Founded in 1869, by John James Sainsbury with a shop in Drury Lane, London, the company became the largest grocery retailer in 1922, was an early adopter of self-service retailing in the UK and had its heyday during the 1980s. In 1995, Tesco overtook Sainsbury’s to become the market leader, and Asda became the second largest in 2003, demoting Sainsbury’s to third place for most of the subsequent period until 2014 when Sainsbury’s regained second place.