Convenience stores, Japan

AVerDiGi SA7416H secures convenience stores in Japan

Taipei, Taiwan, August 10, 2009- Japan is one of the countries that have great density in convenience stores. Every day, over three thousands of customers get their groceries in one convenience store. Unfortunately, convenience stores have always been tempting targets for thieves and robberies.


For protecting the safety of employees, customers and assets of convenience store of any size, store owners are ideal users of video surveillance system due to the vulnerability of their property to petty crime and robbery. AVerDiGi SA7416H, 16CH Hybrid and Real-Time Standalone DVRs have been selected to secure over 600 convenience stores in Japan, such as 7-11, LAWSON, OK Mart and FamilyMart chain stores.


SA7416H is a professional Hybrid and Real-Time Standalone DVR, it supports 16 video and audio inputs of both IP and Analog cameras and offers hardware H.264 compression engine for the efficient management of HDD usage. For guaranteeing absolute safety of every corner of convenience stores, store owners installed nine to twelve cameras, three of them are 1.3 MegaPixel IP cameras. Furthermore, AVer Information provides the service of adding IP camera support bases on specific request to fit customer’s various demands.


“We’re thrilled to win the projects of convenience store in Japan, this achievement once again proved the product quality of AVerDiGi Surveillance Systems,” said CY Huang, AVer Information Sales Manager.