New Trends in Video Security: Traditional Security Monitoring to Advanced Operational Monitoring in the Metals Industry – Tom Keane
 

New Trends in Video Security: Traditional Security Monitoring to Advanced Operational Monitoring in the Metals Industry – Tom Keane

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As presented at AIST 2014: With the magnitude of both internal and external threats on the rise, asset owners in the industrial space have begun to search for new solutions capable of protecting plant ...

As presented at AIST 2014: With the magnitude of both internal and external threats on the rise, asset owners in the industrial space have begun to search for new solutions capable of protecting plant assets from challenges ranging from safety and regulatory issues, to the proactive protection of mission critical company assets.
Over the past few years, we have seen some industries react to perimeter attacks, but as the attacks have become more sophisticated in nature, so has the need to take advantage of some of the newer technologies revolving around advanced video analytics to ensure the protection of organization.
This presentation describes end to end asset protection solutions to ensure the integrity of the organizations ecosystem.

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  • Exsite Thermography –POC; need a pilot customer
  • Visible cameras operate in the narrow range of 0.4 to 0.7 um.Infrared imaging extends over the wide range of 0.7 to 20 um.We are going to be talking about thermal imaging. This extends in the wavelength region between 8-12 um.This region is used for cameras because it is an optimum wavelength region to image people and vehicles.

New Trends in Video Security: Traditional Security Monitoring to Advanced Operational Monitoring in the Metals Industry – Tom Keane New Trends in Video Security: Traditional Security Monitoring to Advanced Operational Monitoring in the Metals Industry – Tom Keane Presentation Transcript

  • New Trends in Video From Traditional Security Surveillance to Advanced Operational Monitoring in the Metals Industry Presented by: Tom Keane Schneider Electric
  • Introduction • When you think video for uses in manufacturing, what comes to mind?
  • Security Surveillance Operational Monitoring Non Traditional Infrared Technology Traditional Visible Light Technology • Facility Surveillance • Perimeter Surveillance (limited) • Perimeter Surveillance • Preventative Maintenance • Leak Detection • Analog and IP cameras • Fixed and PTZ • Mega pixel and 360 Degree technology • Thermal Technology • Thermography Technology • Gas Detection Technology Types of Video Solutions
  • Non-Traditional Video • Infrared Technology – Operational Monitoring • What is an infrared camera • Advantages • Non Traditional Video Advantages • Advanced edge driven analytics • Importance of data vs. just video • Advanced monitoring capabilities • New Technologies • Specialty cameras for harsh environments • Positioning: Where does it all fit?
  • Infrared Technology in the Electromagnetic Spectrum A camera that sees part of the electromagnetic spectrum that is invisible to humans -- it sees heat, NOT light. Best at detecting humans and vehicles. Gas Detection: 3-5 m 8-12 m Visible light: .4 m - .7 m Infrared: 0.7 m - 20 m Cosmic Rays Gamma Rays X-rays Ultraviolet (UV) Infrared (IR) Microwaves Radar Radio Broadcast Band Ultraviolet (UV) Visible Light Infrared (IR) Short Wavelengths Long Wavelengths 1 Nanometer 1 Micron 1 Millimeter 1 Meter 1 Kilometer Thermal Imaging: 8-12 m
  • ● See in complete darkness ● See through obscurants (smoke, dust, haze) ● See through particulates (fog, rain, snow) ● See beyond the glare of a bright light ● Be effective at all hours, in all weather types Advantages to Infrared ● Ability to capture temperature signatures in addition to heat signatures ● Provide trending analysis ● Trigger alarms when thresholds are met ● Provide continuous vs. static flow of information regarding monitored activity Thermal Thermography
  • Non-Traditional Video Analytics: Move to edge vs. server based • Adaptive Motion Detection Detects and tracks objects that enter a scene and then triggers an alarm when the objects enter a user-defined zone or cross a trip wire. • Camera Sabotage Detects contrast changes in the field of view. An alarm is triggered if the lens is obstructed with spray paint, a cloth, or covered with a lens cap. Any unauthorized repositioning of the camera also triggers an alarm. • Loitering Detection Identifies when people or vehicles remain in a defined zone longer than the user-defined time allows. • Object Counting Counts the number of objects that enter a defined zone or cross a trip wire. • Stopped Vehicle Detects vehicles stopped near a sensitive area longer than the user-defined time allows • Absolute temperature Measures the actual temperature of an object and alarms when the object exceeds, or drops below a temperature set in the analytic • Relative temperature Measures the temperature of 2 or more objects and alarms when difference between the temperatures of objects exceeds the temperature set in the analytic. • Self Reference Takes the initial temperature of an object during set up and alarms when the object’s self referenced temperature exceeds a specified temperature delta. Thermal Thermography
  • Video Only Video and Data Combined Video and Data Separate Data Only • Think data with video vs. video with data Non-Traditional Video
  • Non-Traditional Video • Ability to utilize data to monitor mission critical systems Record Video and/or Data Set and Monitor Alarms Provide Trending Reports
  • • Third Party Integration • VMS: Video Management Systems • SCADA: Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition • PLC: Programmable Logic Controllers • HMI: Human Machine Interface Video Management Systems SCADA Systems Non-Traditional Video
  • New Technologies • Specialty cameras for harsh environments ● WDR technology ● 360 degree technology ● Ability to operate in extreme temperatures ● Integrated wipers ● Integrated positioning systems that meet stringent explosion proof requirements ● Thermal and Thermography offerings
  • Non-Traditional Video • Positioning: Where does it all fit? Safety Preventative Maintenance Regulatory Ladle Monitoring • Ability to monitor wear and tear of linings Torpedo Car Monitoring • Ability to monitor preheating of car to ensure duration and energy consumption is sufficient to prevent hardening Flare Detection • Detect and set alarms for atmospheric gas leaks Preventative/Predictive Maintenance • Real time trending analysis for critical infrastructure • Ability to set alarms when certain thresholds or parameters are reached Heat signature? Temperature signature?
  • ● Video is being viewed at with a new set of lenses that encompass both video for security (traditional), and video for operational needs (non traditional) allowing for end to end asset protection ● As data takes center stage, operational video is now seen as a key component in data driven systems that utilize SCADA, HMI, PLC and VMS interfaces to provide continuous vs. static monitoring of mission critical systems ● Advances in operational video show strong ROI and TCO in the areas of Safety, Regulations, Preventative Maintenance and Process Optimization Key Take Aways
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