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Safe Cities    Washington DC, United States    City-wide CCTV integration providing situational awareness    protecting ov...
Safe Cities    City of Atlanta, United States    ‘Operation Shield’ - a public/private partnership CCTV    center protecti...
Safe Cities & Law Enforcement    Greater Manchester Police, UK    One of the largest law enforcement forces in the United ...
Homeland Security & Law Enforcement    Law Enforcement, Middle East    A single Common Operating Platform (COP) for missio...
Transportation & Law Enforcement    Transport Law Enforcement, United Kingdom    Protecting over 2.2 billion passenger jou...
Transportation    Transport Network, United Kingdom    Integrating 8,000+ cameras protecting over one billion    passenger...
Transportation    Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, US    One of the largest rail transit, bus and paratrans...
Transportation    Washington State Department of Transportation,    Ferries Division (WSF), United States    The largest f...
Transportation and Distribution    Citywide Port Security, United States    Protecting a multi-billion dollar maritime ind...
Transportation and Distribution    Container Shipping Port, United States    Centralized operational control securing 2 po...
Transportation and Distribution    Container Shipping Port, United States    Container port-configured enhanced waterside ...
Transportation and Distribution    Container Shipping Port, United States    Video surveillance for specialized shipping t...
Corporate Enterprise    Fortune 20 Corporation, United States & Canada    Protecting over 100,000 employees across more th...
Corporate Enterprise    IBM, UK    Consolidated 26 locations across operations in the UK,    moving from 17 security cente...
Corporate Enterprise    Global Corporate, India & Sri Lanka    Centrally manage corporate security including CCTV and    a...
Corporate Enterprise    Corporate Enterprise, India    Protecting over 110,000 employees over 44 campuses and    tracking ...
Corporate Enterprise    Corporate Enterprise, India    Centralized security operation for an international financial    se...
Corporate Enterprise    Engineering Corporate, UK    Engineering consultancy protecting over 600 professional    engineers...
Critical National Infrastructure    Cleveland Water, United States    Cleveland Water Department is the 8th largest water ...
Critical National Infrastructure    Energy, Oil & Gas, United States    Tank farm facility refining petroleum products sec...
Critical National Infrastructure    Energy, Oil & Gas, Kuwait    Protecting 10 million barrels of oil a day at a critical ...
Critical National Infrastructure    Energy, Oil & Gas, South Africa    Security for over 3,000 km of pipelines protecting ...
Mining    Mining, South Africa    One of the world’s largest mining companies requiring real-    time situation awareness,...
Airport & Retail    Delhi Duty Free    Securing 30,000sq ft. of retail space within the sixth-    largest airport in the w...
Retail    Retail Chain, South Africa    Central management of security systems and BMS for a    114,000 m² warehousing, re...
Education    Queens University Belfast, UK    Protecting 17,000+ students and 3,500+ staff studying and    working across ...
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CNL Software IPSecurityCenter Case Studies Presentation 0113

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CNL Software’s award winning PSIM technology is deployed to secure major cities, critical infrastructure and global commerce. Our solutions sit at the heart of some of the largest, most complex and ground-breaking security integration projects in the world. Our work with leading organizations is helping to shape the future of security by offering thought leadership on key issues such as asset protection, energy reduction, process compliance and business advantage.

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  1. 1. Safe Cities Washington DC, United States City-wide CCTV integration providing situational awareness protecting over 5.5 million citizens and 17.9 million visitors each year. • Integration includes over 5,000+ CCTV cameras from district agencies including: • Homeland Security Emergency Management Agency, Metropolitan Police Department, Department of Transportations (DDOT), Protective Service Divisions (PSD), District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) • Also integrates ShotSpotter Audio Analytic Gunshot Detection System • Supports the city’s public safety planning efforts for special events requiring interagency coordination The program will create a unified control center where all of the security requirements of multiple agencies within the Greater Washington area can be managed and processed.Slide 1 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  2. 2. Safe Cities City of Atlanta, United States ‘Operation Shield’ - a public/private partnership CCTV center protecting over 5.2 million citizens & 35 million visitors a year. • Integrating existing video surveillance cameras owned by private business partners, monitored at a central location • Currently integrated: • Atlanta Police Department (APD), Courts, Corrections, Protective Services, CNN Center, Coca-Cola • Next steps: • Atlanta Public Schools, Atlanta International Airport, Watershed, Metro Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority “The PSIM solution allows APD to cost-effectively integrate the existing camera networks and leverage the investments already made to reduce crime and make Atlanta a safer city.” Grant Hawkins, VP of Programs and Strategic Projects, Atlanta Police FoundationSlide 2 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  3. 3. Safe Cities & Law Enforcement Greater Manchester Police, UK One of the largest law enforcement forces in the United Kingdom, protecting 2.6 million residents and 8 million visitors each year. • Public/private integration of CCTV feeds from cameras including: • Manchester International Airport • Manchester City Council and Trafford Council • Manchester City Soccer Stadium • Radisson Edwardian Hotel • Force fixed and rotary wing aircraft, heli-tele • Mobile CCTV vans • Body warn cameras and mobile evidence gatherers Surveillance and Intelligence gathering for highest level security event in the UK after the G8 Summit, plus increased public protection and rapid police response at major occasions, such as the UEFA Cup final.Slide 3 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  4. 4. Homeland Security & Law Enforcement Law Enforcement, Middle East A single Common Operating Platform (COP) for mission critical security systems across operators with varying roles and permission levels. • CCTV expansion project utilizing existing video surveillance infrastructure • Leveraging significant investment in legacy platforms e.g. • DVRs, GIS mapping, Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD), video analytics technologies • Enforcing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for response to incidents • Interface with the external CCTV systems including public and private sector parties (e.g. Public Works, Municipalities) "IPSecurityCenter has exceeded our high expectations in every way… what we have been most impressed by has been the flexibility and customizability provided by the software according to user needs and integrated sub-systems". Security Sales Consultant at Smart CubeSlide 4 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  5. 5. Transportation & Law Enforcement Transport Law Enforcement, United Kingdom Protecting over 2.2 billion passenger journeys each year, centralizing monitoring and storage capability for forensic data. • Common platform integrating: • 55,000+ cameras, 21 video server devices, 7,000 locations, 25 video wall monitors, 40 operator workstations • Increased operational efficiency and reduced costs • 50% reduction in time taken to obtain footage • Faster detection of criminal activity • 100s of criminals brought to justice with evidence secured by the system “With some great technical wizardry, we’re able to bring these (disparate) cameras together, send that information to officers and we’re seeing our crime rates go lower.” Andy Trotter, Chief ConstableSlide 5 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  6. 6. Transportation Transport Network, United Kingdom Integrating 8,000+ cameras protecting over one billion passengers a year, with around three and a half million journeys made each day, on 11 lines serving 270 stations. • Using standards and standardised architectures to minimise the variety and number of assets to provide services • Designed for obsolescence, and low cost of ownership • Providing images to the users where they need them • Providing access to recorded video as users need them • Staff are more mobile and need access to CCTV outside of the control room “Dependable and affordable, services, applications and communication networks that convey the right information to the right people, machines and places at the right time in order for the best decisions or actions to be taken.”Slide 6 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  7. 7. Transportation Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, US One of the largest rail transit, bus and paratransit services in the US protecting over 341 million city-wide passenger trips each year. • Includes rail stations, bus stations, maintenance garages, parking garages and other commercial buildings • 86 rail stations each with a custom interface • Centrally managed without changing the existing security systems’ functionality • Displays alarms from security subsystems based on predefined policies and business logic • Has the same user interface for alarms generated regardless of alarm type or originating system “We have a lot of disparate systems that need to be interconnected. With the introduction of PSIM technology, we can now view all security and business systems on one integrated platform.” Marshall Epler, Deputy Chief Engineer of Communications, WMATASlide 7 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  8. 8. Transportation Washington State Department of Transportation, Ferries Division (WSF), United States The largest ferry system in the U.S. and fourth largest in the world; annually transporting more than 22 million riders including 10 million vehicles. • Working with the Washington State Patrol, U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Customs and Border Protection • Managing access control, alarm and sensor events, analog and digital video surveillance and cameras at approximately 43 WSF sites • Integrating high definition video, management systems, maps/Geospatial solution • Access control systems to meet Transportation Workers Information Clearance (TWIC) compliance Integrating security systems will allow the immediate verification of any incidents, greatly increasing preparedness to respond to potential threats withing land-based perimeters and beyond.Slide 8 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  9. 9. Transportation and Distribution Citywide Port Security, United States Protecting a multi-billion dollar maritime industry including ports & terminals, ferry operations, government services, recreational & commercial boating. • Common platform with central monitoring and storage capability to share video data • Increased operational efficiency leading to reduced costs • Integration of new technologies allows faster detection of incidents • Aggregation of intelligence from multiple systems for increased situation awareness • High levels of emergency preparedness Interface with 4 independent marine facility closed circuit television systems to enable centralized display and managementSlide 9 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  10. 10. Transportation and Distribution Container Shipping Port, United States Centralized operational control securing 2 port locations with 4 terminals specializing in handling container, reefer, breakbulk, agri-bulk & RoRo cargoes. • Centralized control of CCTV and access control assets providing complete visibility and control of the entire security operation • Integrating Radar assets including vessel tracking and monitoring of restricted port zones • Monitoring port users requiring a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC), visitors and escorts • Simplified role based GUI and permissions, ensuring exact, consistent and measurable responses “Allowing the transfer of data needed to support real-time situational awareness, as well as the sharing of event data and automated response procedures among multiple agencies.” Security Division, CRGTSlide 10 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  11. 11. Transportation and Distribution Container Shipping Port, United States Container port-configured enhanced waterside perimeter security security protecting over 2 million tons of vessel, truck and rail cargo shipments a year. • Physical security surveillance and detection systems monitor harbor activities and access to port security, vessel traffic, coastal surveillance, safety, and commercial data • Secure command and control center integrating technologies, such as: • Video surveillance, intelligent radar, automatic identification system base stations, patrol boat tracking, interoperable communications and web services “The system is multi-mission oriented and delivers defined information to numerous local and federal organizations including the US Coast Guard and Department of Homeland Security.” Security Division, CRGTSlide 11 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  12. 12. Transportation and Distribution Container Shipping Port, United States Video surveillance for specialized shipping terminals; protecting port employees and visitors as well as over 35 million tons of cargo each year. • 1 central Data Center as the master site with capabilities to operate client workstations and secondary storage at 4 distributed Command Centers • Providing geographical map display with graphic icons representing alerts according to their approximate geographic location • Integrated radar management system through which individual radar based alarms can trigger event driven video operations Improving security awareness and enhancing the ability of governmental/private entities to prevent, detect, interdict, and rapidly respond to and recover from terrorist acts or other “all hazard” events along the River, its adjacent communities, facilities, plus key critical assets within the area’s transportation infrastructure.Slide 12 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  13. 13. Corporate Enterprise Fortune 20 Corporation, United States & Canada Protecting over 100,000 employees across more than 375 locations; one of the largest and most comprehensive PSIM deployments in the world today. • Bringing on board disparate security systems, multiple command and control centers plus numerous procedures and processes • Reduced number of Command and Control Centers by 90% • Automated incident response • All local alerts immediately routed via IPSecurityCenter™ directly to guards’ phones/email • Eliminates massive amounts of alarms in the Command and Control Centers; only see escalated local alarms IPSecurityCenter™ offers the capacity to modify and/or add new SOPs based on evolving threat assessments, the ability to add new security systems as required and has a GUI that is easy for security officers to navigate.Slide 13 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  14. 14. Corporate Enterprise IBM, UK Consolidated 26 locations across operations in the UK, moving from 17 security centers down to one centrally managed command and control center. • Enables convergence of IT and physical security initiatives • Measurable rapid ROI and on-going cost reduction from analysis of trends e.g. SLA violations, false alarms • Automated incident response with conformance to security policies and SOPs • Complete device & sensor integration, extending useful life of legacy products • Platform for integration of additional valuable technologies, e.g. analytics "We estimate our R.O.I. will be less than 18 months. The solution will provide the business with operational flexibility I never imagined possible." Thom Williamson, Manager Security Operations, IBM Corporation, UKSlide 14 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  15. 15. Corporate Enterprise Global Corporate, India & Sri Lanka Centrally manage corporate security including CCTV and access control systems protecting over 130,000 employees in 13 locations throughout India & Sri Lanka. • Centralised control of CCTV and Access Control assets providing complete visibility and control of the entire security operation • Pre-defined standard operating procedures (SOP) optimising decision making and policy compliance • Pre-defined reports and charts bringing risk assessment and budgetary control into the security environment • Seamless integration of new technologies while preserving a high level of original investment Simplified role based user interface and permissions, ensuring exact, consistent and measurable responses whilst significantly reducing training overheads.Slide 15 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  16. 16. Corporate Enterprise Corporate Enterprise, India Protecting over 110,000 employees over 44 campuses and tracking over 2,500 corporate vehicles, ensuring the safety of its most valuable assets, its people and property. • Centralized video management system with distributed architecture for video recording, storage and live viewing • Integration of GPS based vehicle tracking with GIS maps • Audio communication and vehicle immobilization from Command and Control System • Improved efficiency of operations, reducing operating costs (OPEX) • Integration with Building Management Systems (BMS)Slide 16 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  17. 17. Corporate Enterprise Corporate Enterprise, India Centralized security operation for an international financial services organization protecting over 7,000+ employees across 3 city locations. • Unifying disparate security and safety systems • Centralised operation for the management of access control badge alarms, door alarms, video analytics alarms, fire alarms, intruder alarms • Collation and management of all system violations and events into a prioritized, color-coded alarm stack • Operator guidance through to resolution displaying intelligent contextual information and instructions Post event, each alarm action and response issued can be reported upon and displayed giving compliance and audit across all system events.Slide 17 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  18. 18. Corporate Enterprise Engineering Corporate, UK Engineering consultancy protecting over 600 professional engineers, consultants and staff at its engineering, design, development and testing Headquarters. • CCTV and alarm monitoring in workshops handling gasoline, diesel, gaseous fuel and lubricants • Common operation procedures for handling alerts due to engine shut down, gas and/or fire • Out of office fire alerts sent by text/phone to emergency response teams • Also integrating fence detection, intruder, panic and building management system alarms Working with hazardous materials including engine fuels and lubricants means that the organization understands the need to respond to potential life and business threatening alerts immediately to ensure the safety of staff, visitors and assets.Slide 18 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  19. 19. Critical National Infrastructure Cleveland Water, United States Cleveland Water Department is the 8th largest water facility in the US, supplying services to 397,000+ residential and 14,800+ commercial customers. • Owned and operated by the City of Cleveland, the security project is sponsored by the Cleveland Division of Police • Manufacturer and device independent integration • Advanced crisis management capability • Automated response management • Consolidated alarm management and prioritization • Event driven management and audit reports IPSecurityCenter™ was chosen because of its scalability - the solution has the potential to integrate public/private security systems that could turn the project from CNI at Cleveland Water to a multi organization Safe City program.Slide 19 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  20. 20. Critical National Infrastructure Energy, Oil & Gas, United States Tank farm facility refining petroleum products securing a crude oil capacity of just over 100,000 barrels per day and 5 million tons yearly. • Securing facility over CCTV, access control, perimeter intrusion detection and radar • Integration to Mass Notification Solutions (MNS); broadcasting real-time information during an emergency Comprehensive situational awareness and management • Optimizing situation planning, training, and response to security situations and life safety emergencies • Archive management system for record keeping and debriefing A comprehensive situational management system to optimize situation planning, training, and response to security situations and life safety emergencies at the Plant and Tank Farm Facility.Slide 20 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  21. 21. Critical National Infrastructure Energy, Oil & Gas, Kuwait Protecting 10 million barrels of oil a day at a critical port- based oil facility responsible for the refining of a large proportion of Kuwait’s oil supply. • Integrates discrete security sub‐systems into a single centralized control environment with remote bi-directional communication to: • CCTV, Access Control, Intruder Detection Systems, Vehicle Barriers and Blockers, GPS Tracking, Radio Telecommunications (TETRA), Intercoms, Ground and Sea Surveillance RADAR • Rationalisation of maintenance • Consolidation of training & reporting overheads Command and Control Center, standardizing and simplifying security operations within the Tank Farm by integrating currently available security equipment/systems and enabling the seamless future deployment of compatible security technologies.Slide 21 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  22. 22. Critical National Infrastructure Energy, Oil & Gas, South Africa Security for over 3,000 km of pipelines protecting over 16 billion liters of fuel and over 450 million cubic meters of gases. • Seamless integration and analysis of information from traditional physical security devices and systems • Real-time data to enable situation resolution • Situation management including, data collection, verification, analysis, resolution and tracking • Maintaining a unified operation console and practices • Functionality is easily customisable, configurable and can be modified according to varying operational needs Providing SMS, email and telephony communication in order to deliver vital information to selected response teams and stakeholders ensuring that changes to the security status and threats are available immediately.Slide 22 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  23. 23. Mining Mining, South Africa One of the world’s largest mining companies requiring real- time situation awareness, guiding the response teams over vast areas both above and below ground. • Expanding existing CCTV video surveillance capability while optimizing investment in legacy technologies such as: • access control, physical alarm systems, SCADA, perimeter intrusion detection, video analytics, body scanners • Prevention and detection of theft by illegal and legal miners • Data collection for reporting, forensic investigation and evidence gathering • Access control monitoring is a major factor in the health and safety compliance policy “The cost of the IPSecurityCenter™ solution versus the estimated savings in preventing theft was a good security investment for the organization.” Jurie Engelbreg, Operations Director at e-TheleSlide 23 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  24. 24. Airport & Retail Delhi Duty Free Securing 30,000sq ft. of retail space within the sixth- largest airport in the world, with 34 million passengers a year. • Centralized management of security infrastructure • Develop effective strategies to combat theft, shrinkage and internal fraud • Integration of live and archive CCTV feeds, access control and Point of Sale (PoS) sub-systems • Pre‐‐defined reports and charts providing clear understanding/visibility to the security management team • Supports the use of technologies including video analytics and Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) Simple to use GUI which makes it easy for the retail operator to navigate and be in control of all the end-points while providing situational awareness to enable quick decision making.Slide 24 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  25. 25. Retail Retail Chain, South Africa Central management of security systems and BMS for a 114,000 m² warehousing, refrigeration and distribution center handling in excess of 50,000 line items. • Reduced shrinkage and theft through effective maintenance of security and BMS systems • Protecting fresh produce and perishables from spoiling by monitoring generators and refrigeration • Weigh bridge monitoring online and offline status • Monitoring the status of security systems such at fence detection and CCTV • Any system fault alarms sends alerts to the maintenance team for immediate response A camera that goes down or a weigh bridge that is turned off opens up a window of opportunity for theft, by monitoring the state of security systems and reporting problems to maintenance the organization is able to respond immediately to fix the problem; limiting potential losses.Slide 25 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
  26. 26. Education Queens University Belfast, UK Protecting 17,000+ students and 3,500+ staff studying and working across a campus covering more than 250 buildings. • Remote bi-directional communication to the University’s Fire, CCTV, Access Control, Intruder Alarm systems • Integrating security policies and providing advanced situational awareness across the whole campus • Optimised use of security resources offering longer life for legacy systems • Productivity gains by managing more locations with existing personnel • Increased student confidence in University safety A centralised campus based Command and Control Centre operating in a metropolitan area and integrating more than 250 sites and devices covering CCTV, access control, fire, BMS and intruder systems.Slide 26 Confidential Information. © 2013 CNL Software. All Rights Reserved. www.cnlsoftware.com
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