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  • 1. IP Video Solution General Introduction By SecuRex Your IP Video Solution Partner
  • 2. Agenda
    • Technology – Development and Background
    • Hardware Introduction
      • IP Cameras and Video Servers
      • MegaPixel Cameras
    • Software Introduction
      • Very large scale solution – Xtream
      • Medium to large scale – Milestone or Mirasys
    • Live Demonstration of Mirasys with MegaPixel cameras
  • 3. Technology – Development
    • 1950’s: b/w tube cameras and monitors
    • 1970’s: Video Cassette Recorders (VCR) and Matrix
    • 1980’s: Solid-state b/w cameras (CCD)
    • 1990’s: Color cameras and monitors
    • 1990’s: Digital Video Recorders (DVR) PC Based
    • 2000’s: Network (IP) cameras & Embedded DVR
    • 2000’s: Network Video Recorders (NVR)
    • 2000’s: MegaPixel Cameras
  • 4. Technology – Surveillance Families
  • 5. NVR System Architecture in general Analog camera w/PTZ Analog camera Video coax RS485 PTZ Control Video Server* (Analog to IP Encoder) IP NETWORK LAN/WAN Windows server running Milestone XProtect software Viewing client IP camera*
  • 6. System Topology
    • Simple setup
    DHCP Assigned IPs possible* * Camera or DHCP must update DNS Remote Client XProtect Enterprise Server IP Devices 10.0.0.1xx/24 10.0.0.2/24 10.0.0.201/24 External Storage System
  • 7. System Topology
    • Setup with outside Remote Client access
    Firewall Public IP 1 10.1.0.1/24 XProtect Enterprise Server IP Devices 10.0.0.1xx/24 10.0.0.2/24 10.1.0.2/24 Public IP 2 / NAT Remote/Smart Client Static Mapping: Public IP 1 : 80 -> 10.1.0.2 : 80
  • 8. System Topology
    • Setup with remote cameras
    XProtect Enterprise Server IP Devices 10.0.0.1xx/24 10.0.0.2/24 Firewall Public IP 1 10.1.0.1/24 Firewall Public IP 2 10.0.0.1/24 101 102 103 104 105 106 Static Mapping: Public IP 2 : 80, 21 -> 10.0.0.2 : 80, 21 Public IP 2 : 1024+ 10.0.0.2 : 1024+ Static Mapping: Public IP 1 : 82, 22 -> 10.0.0.101 : 80, 21 Public IP 1 : 83, 23 -> 10.0.0.102 : 80, 21, etc.
  • 9. System Topology
    • Setup with multiple sites
    XProtect Enterprise Server 10.0.0.2/24 Firewall Public IP 2 10.0.0.1/24 XProtect Enterprise Server 10.0.0.2/24 Firewall Public IP 1 10.0.0.1/24 XProtect Enterprise Server 10.0.0.3 Remote/Smart Clients Master Server Slave Server Slave Server Static Mapping: Public IP 1 : 80 -> 10.0.0.2 : 80 Static Mapping: Public IP 1 : 80 -> 10.0.0.2 : 80 Public IP 1 : 81 -> 10.0.0.3 : 80
  • 10. Technology – the Trend
    • Transmission is digitized
      • IP as the single platform
      • Allow two way control, health monitoring etc..
    • Open platform
      • Minimized proprietary hardware
      • One software platform to manage more hardware from different manufacturer
      • One hardware manufacturer will support multiple software platform
    • Demand for better resolution better clarity
    • Centralized operation via Network
    • Density of cameras is growing
      • One shopping arcade can have all corners monitored
      • One city can have all intersection and all licensed shops monitored
    • The transition to pure IP will be gradual and various in different industry
  • 11. Hardware Introduction IQinVision – MegaPixel Cameras ACTi & Pixord & SecuRex – IP Camera and Servers
  • 12. Technology – Better Resolution 352 X 288 1280 X 720 1280 X 1024 1600 X 1200 2048 X 1536 640 X 480 800 X 600 CIF CIF CIF CIF 720 X 572
  • 13. Technology – Resolution Compared 2048 x 1536 (QXGA) - IQeye303/703 max 1600 x 1200 (UXGA) - IQeye302/702max 1280 x 1024 (SXGA) -IQeye 501/301/701max 1280 x 720 (HDTV) 1024 x 768 (XGA) 352 x 288 (CIF) 352 x 240 (SIF) 320 x 240 (QVGA) 176 x 144 (QCIF) 176 x 120 (QSIF) 160 x 120 (QQVGA) The Analog World 800 x 600 (SVGA) 704 x 576 (PAL) – ACTi etc.. 704 x 480 (NTSC) 640 x 480 (VGA)
  • 14. ACTi IP Equipments
    • ACTi SED2120
      • D1 25fps MPEG4 ASP Compression
      • Industrial grade operation temperature -30 to 70 degree celsius optional
      • WAN and LAN ports dual stream
    • IP Speed Dome
      • D1 25 fps MPEG4 Compression
      • Variable Speed Control etc..
    • ACTi is growing its full range products
      • MegaPixel
      • Mainstream
      • Commerical
      • Residential
  • 15. IQEye MegaPixel Cameras
    • Analogue World
      • Ever all-in-one IP cameras using CCD or providing D1 resolutions is analogue signal before compression. Ever present common IP cameras are Hybrid (Analogue + Digital)
      • D1 (720 x 576) resolution is virtually the top limit of analogue to digital conversion technology
    • MegaPixel World
      • It is CMOS direct digital signal converted and compressed to network signals.
      • No conversion loss, no interlace problems….
    • It is just two different worlds……
  • 16. Resolutions Compared
  • 17. IQeye 5.0 MP 2560x1920 IQeye 3.1 MP 2048x1535 IQeye 2.0 MP 1600x1200 IQeye 1.3 MP 1280x1024 PAL 720x576 VGA 640x480 CIF 352x288
  • 18. Its all about Pixels-per-foot
    • You can ’ t see details without pixels
    • Face/License Plate Recognition need 35 pixels/foot
    • The Megapixel IQeye covers better
    35 Pixel/foot coverage NTSC = 18’ HDTV = 36’ 2Mpix = 46’ 3Mpix = 58’ 5Mpix = 73’
  • 19. Resolutions Compared
  • 20. Resolutions Benefits
    • Larger Field of View
    • More image detail
    • Fewer Cameras needed
    • Less installation and maintence costs (TCO)
    • Higher Results with Smart IP Video (Video Analytics)
    • Evidenciary Quality in Surveillance
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  • 25. Safety, Security, Customer Satisfaction
    • If your video surveillance quality is unusable why bother?
  • 26. What they have What they want
  • 27. What they have What they want
  • 28. What they have…. What they want…
  • 29. Digital Pan/Tilt/Zoom
    • No moving parts
    • Capture everything, all the time
    • Multiple simultaneous control
    Lets you virtually move around a large image using a smaller viewing window
  • 30. IQeye Digital PTZ How much zoom do you need? Digital zoom @ cif Digital zoom @ d1 IQeye Zoom @ hdtv IQeye Zoom @ 2 Megapixel IQeye DPTZ 3.1 Megapixel
  • 31. Digital Image Cropping
    • CCTV Camera = 4:3 Aspect Ratios
    • IQeye smart cameras can be custom tailored
    CCTV Wasted Video Same file size, twice the information Megapixel can actually save BW and storage!
  • 32. IQeye Products IQ511 HDTV/1.3M IQ700/750 series Multi-megapixel IQ300 smart camera IQ510 WDR/WVGA Sentinel Series
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    • Stable, proven Operating System
    • Powerful image management/optimization controls
    • Snapshot and AVI maker – site survey tools
    • Digital Image Cropping, Privacy zones
    • Digital Backlight Compensation/spot metering
    • Multi-Zone motion detection
    • Multi-User Digital pan/tilt/zoom
    • LIGHTGRABBER Low Light Performance
    • Low Power Consumption + Power-Over-Ethernet
    • CMOS Progressive scan sensors
    • Industrial design, interchangeable lens
    Standard IQeye Features
  • 34. IQ511 - Top Seller
    • 1.3 Mpix – 20 fps @ HDTV
    • IEEE 802.3af POE
    • Competitively priced
    • Low profile package
    • IQfocus utility
    • Available On-Camera Recording/Playback software
    • Available On-Camera Digital Authentication
    • Remember Resolution on Demand!
    • with 2x downsample, this camera acts just like a traditional VGA camera. Future proof …
  • 35. IQ700 & 750 (day/night) Series
    • High Performance multi-megapixel cameras
    • 1.3MPix @ up to 30 images/second
    • 2.0MPix @ up to 20 images/second
    • 3.1MPix @ up to 12 images/second
    • 5.0MPix @ up to 10 images/second
    • Multi-User Digital PTZ with Resolution-on-demand™
    • Multi-Stream low BW and + high resolution
    • Image cropping, include/exclude exposure windows
    • Available On-Camera Recording/Playback software
    • Available On-Camera Digital Authentication
  • 36. IQ700 & 750 Series – cont ’ d Public View Port™ Analog output Alarm I/O CF media slot 12-24 VAC or DC and/or POE Lens format: 1/2” CS Lowlight sensitivity: .2 lux; < 0.09 (day/night) Power consumption: < 3 watts Operating Temp: - 20 to 50C
  • 37. New!!! The IQEye510 WDR Camera
    • Global Shutter
    • Wide Dynamic Range, up to 100dB
    • Wide VGA Resolution (752 x 480)
    • Up to 60+ ips
    • IEEE 802.3af - Power-Over-Ethernet
    • Digital PTZ
    • Multi-zone motion detection
    • Digital image cropping
    • Competitively priced
  • 38. IQ511 & IQ510 Domes and Enclosure options Indoor Dome 5” Outdoor Housing IP65 NEMA 4 Vandal Dome 4” Indoor Dome 5”
  • 39. NEW! Sentinel Series All-weather megapixel IP camera
    • Available for entire IQ700/750 family up to 5Mpix
    • IP66/NEMA 5 (-22°F/-30°C to +122°F/50°C)
    • < 6 Watts total power, 12-24V AC or DC
    • IEEE 802.3af PoE compliant
    • IQfocus utility, Alarm I/O
    • Supports wall, ceiling or parapet mounting methods
  • 40. Compatible NVR Software
  • 41. Software Introduction Xtream – Very Large Scale Implementation Milestone – Market leader in IP Surveillance Mirasys – Impressive feature for medium scale system Some upcoming NVR software – Small scale implementation Xtream
  • 42. Technology – Limitation
    • Usually camera and central is within LAN
    • How many cameras NOT EQUAL to how many remote sites
  • 43. Technology – Consideration
    • Centralized or distributed storage
    • Integration with other systems
      • Access control
      • POS
      • ATM
      • Video intelligence etc..
    • Data security
    • System resilience
    • Network overhaul impact
    • There is no definite answers for these questions, but, just to suit the need and the budget!!!
  • 44. Technology – Consideration NVR can be the centre piece of your puzzle Best of breed IP cameras Best of breed network infrastructure Possible integration with other data sources Best of breed analogue cameras Best of breed add-on components or vertical solution Best of breed computer server Best of breed storage system Integrate with best of breed access control or security system Best of breed Open Platform Management Software
  • 45. Xtream
    • Where number of remote site is close to number of cameras….
    • “ Safe City” project across China
    • Thousands and thousands of cameras on internet connection
      • aDSL
      • T1
      • CDMA
      • WiMAX
      • 3G etc..
    Xtream
  • 46. Xtream
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    • Three Tier System
      • Site
      • Primary Control Centre
      • Secondary Control Centre
    • First Tier - Site
      • Site is with NVE or DVR
      • Which will pass video, control and alarm information to a Primary Control Centre
    • Second Tier – Primary Control Centre
      • Primary Control Centre is with Video Server, which will manage directly the equipment on Site (i.e. NVE or DVR)
      • There can be more than one Primary Control Centre in each system.
    • Third Tier – Secondary Control Centre
      • Secondary Control Centre is with Video Server, which will get the information relayed by various different Primary Control Centre(s)
    Xtream - Architecture
  • 48. Xtream – Technical Challenge
    • Network Resource is scarce especially on site
      • Bandwidth (to be cost effective, usually only residential grade broadband is available) is scarce
      • Fixed IP is not available for all site (or only in control centre) and DDNS service may not be stable
    • System stability
      • Very large scale remote surveillance brings network, server hardware, storage and server software to their limit
    • Data Management
      • Recorded video and alarm are invaluable data
      • Only authorized people can access it and / or alter it
      • Recorded video is bulky and inflexible to manage (cannot afford to have too much safety margin, spare space or mirror image)
  • 49. Xtream – First Tier – Site
  • 50. Xtream – Second Tier
  • 51. Xtream – Third Tier
  • 52. Xtream – Case Study
  • 53. Milestone – Advantages
    • Market Leader in NVR software in Europe and USA
    • Full feature….
      • Data archiving options….
    Integrated Video Solution Point of Sales Access Control Payment System / ATM Passport Registrations Other Data Systems Transaction + video evidence - more than video surveillance
  • 54. Milestone – Product Family XProtect Add-ons XProtect Central XProtect Matrix XProtect Transact XProtect Retail Milestone PMA
  • 55. Milestone – Streamline Management XProtect Enterprise Top-of-the-line IP video management tools XProtect Transact Integrated IP video with POS or ATM systems
  • 56. Mirasys - Advantages
    • Perfect and simple for medium scale implementation
    • Integration with MegaPixel cameras are great
    • Support on various IP Cameras are wide
    • Software implementation and commissioning is simple and easy when compared with Milestone and Xtream etc..
    • Software based Modified RAID-0
    • Duplex Audio communication
    • CPU efficiency
  • 57. Mirasys - Flexibility NVR NVR NVR Workstation Workstation Workstation Several NVRs can be joined as a system
  • 58. Mirasys – Operation Example
  • 59. Mirasys – Operation Example
  • 60. Wrap Up
    • Any questions???
    • Go for Mirasys and IQeye + ACTi demonstration