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A brief Introduction on Video surveillance Technology

A brief Introduction on Video surveillance Technology



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    A brief Introduction on Video surveillance Technology A brief Introduction on Video surveillance Technology Presentation Transcript

    • Video Surveillance Technology andCity Surveillance for Mumbai
    • what is videosurveillance? Present Implementations? • Human detection systems. • Vehicle monitoring systems • Monitoring of Critical non movable assets
    • Importance of VideoSurveillance System  Video surveillance has been a popular security tool for years. And thanks to new breakthroughs in technology, security cameras are more effective than ever before;  Banks, retail stores, and countless other end-users depend on the protection provided by video surveillance;  Fortunately, advances in digital technology have made video surveillance systems far more cost-effective, flexible, and simple to operate;  Security systems using IP (Internet Protocol) cameras are easy to install and maintain, and can be customized and scaled to perfectly match your specific needs.
    • SecurityThreats Vehicles with Suspicious behavior explosive payload that leads to violent crime; Suspicious behavior Access control that leads to breaches (human financial losses and vehicle).
    • Issurveillance athreat ?  Continuous video of all locations within the district may be perceived as a security threat;  This is actually a security mechanism; Prevention is better than cure
    • Why citySurveillance? • To have a video security blanket across the district; • To be able to monitor activities in any part of the district in real time; • For automatic alarms for suspicious events; • To be able to playback past events after the occurrence and to locate / trace vehicles, objects or people.
    • Benefits of Video Surveillance System  Proactive actions (Preventive Surveillance);  Full surveillance with less personnel. (Cost reduction);  Verification (recording) of events;  Additional tool against crime;  Low operational cost;  Cost effectiveness for escalating system;  Flexibility to escalate system to unlimited number of cameras.
    • ResourcesRequired • Cameras: Hundreds of cameras across the District; • Camera Mounting; • Bandwidth and Connectivity: To take the video feeds to central monitoring locations; • High capacity servers at the monitoring location to save the captured video streams; • Sophisticated video analytics software to analyze the videos and do value- addition such as raising of alarms, recognition of people and objects and so on; • Mechanism to disseminate video-derived intelligence to officers on the ground; • Ability to combine video feeds with other sources of intelligence – communication intercepts and, most of all, human intelligence.
    • ProjectBenefits toMumbai • A Disaster Information and Planning System without investing any money; • A Law-And-Order monitoring system; • Personnel locating potential – for criminals, Missing children and others : Would entail use of facial recognition technology; • Video records can serve as evidence in street crime cases;
    • AdditionalBenefits (1/2) • Accurate information on the state of infrastructure in the district – potholes, water-logging, burst pipelines, leaky fire hydrants, etc. can all be detected from central locations; • Illegal activities such as encroachments, water theft, etc. can be easily detected; • Any digging / development activity on streets can be centrally monitored / recorded; • Illegal hoardings, banners, construction activities can be easily detected; • Records of traffic conditions can be used for planning of road, bridge and other infrastructure creation;
    • Additional Benefits (2/2) • During the monsoons, clogged sewages can be detected long before the clogging leads to water logging; • Monitoring of water logging in real time can help with planning of sewage and drainage systems; • Garbage pile-up, malfunctioning street lights, etc. can be detected; • Noise / air pollution measurement equipment for real estate and development planning; • Polluting establishments can be detected and brought to book.
    • CityInfrastructure s
    • Benefits to OtherCity Agencies • Police can know the health of roads if they need to reach a crime scene in a hurry; • Ambulances will know, how much time it may take to reach a hospital or a patient; • The Fire department will be able to reach a scene of fire faster.
    • Benefits toThe Citizens • Regular traffic and route planning information; • Vehicle and people tracking services; • Increased safety due to surveillance; • Emergency road information during disasters and calamities; • Overall, better planning for the city.
    • Benefits to LocalAssociations • Gives Local Association an opportunity to have prominent citizens voice their support for them via a socially significant project; • Cameras across the district to have the local association name – very visible branding for local association; • Law Enforcement Agencies and other official users of the video feeds to interact regularly with local associations for sourcing the video.
    • Opex Model forVideo-blanket Model  The source of funding to meet this huge expenditure would be through Public – Private – Partnership (PPP) Module;  Or, the local renowned body/association will shoulder the expenditure and Police Department of Thane District will provide security service on real-time on 24x7 basis by coordinating with Micro ICCS developed and operated by MTIL;  The part of the expenditure can be realized through advertisement by using the allocated empty space above the cameras installed at various locations in the district.
    • Future ValueAdded Services • Automatic recognition of car numbers as a location service; • Video record of accidents to be used for insurance claims – insurance companies pay for such videos; • Policing the streets for parking and other offences – issuance of no parking / no stopping tickets using such cameras; • Car parking services. When on a street, call our number and we will use the camera output to guide you to an available parking slot.