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  • Get the Complete View with a Unified ConsoleView and manage security events, access-controlled doors, video talk groups, and (live and archived) video from thousands of Cisco endpoints. Cisco Physical Security Operations Manager is a scalable command and control interface that unifies Cisco Video Surveillance Manager, Cisco Physical Access Manager, and Cisco IPICS.Cisco Physical Security Operations Manager provides the following benefits:Improved scalability for large and geographically distributed environments Complete view of facilities, sensors, and alarms in an easy-to-use and intuitive map-enabled graphical interface A comprehensive security alarms/events management system with a powerful workflow and business logic engineA common platform that provides customers with an unified and integrated operations for Cisco Video Surveillance, Cisco Physical Access Control and Cisco IPICS solutionsIntegrated Incident Management and Reporting:Provides a single user interface to detect, analyze, respond to, and report incidents in real-timeEnables Consistent Security Operations:Supports comprehensive security operations through workflow tools and security policies based on business rulesUnified Operator Console for Access Control, Video Surveillance and Incident Response Improved end to end ScalabilityUnified Event ManagementSingle console for management of events from all systems Unified mapping interface Cross Domain Policies – able to support broader range customer needs and use casesNormalization and policy-based event correlation - Improved prioritization of key events; case managementALOK: When they need a common user interface that not only provide a complete view of facilities, sensors, and alarms in a map-enabled graphical interface but also unifies incident management and operation of CVSM, CPAM and IPICS When they need scalability for large and geographically distributed environments When they want to try Cisco physical security solutions but currently are using competitor products and not willing to outright replace them  When they need a powerful incident management system for security operatorsThus for the slide I would suggest summarizing the above benefits. Example: Unified command and control interface for CVSM, CPAM and IPICS Improved scalability for Cisco Video Surveillance Easy migration to Cisco Solutions Powerful incident management system
  • Cisco Unified Data Center is founded on a unified, fabric-based design has been developed, from the ground up, to integrates technology silos, reduce costs, and improve productivity.   The ideal platform for delivering IT as a Service, Cisco Unified Data Center enables several unique benefits: First, The Unified Data Center architecture unifies and dynamically optimizes compute, storage, and network resources that can be securely and rapidly repurposed and managed on demand to meet the needs of different customers or applications. Through its secure, scalable network fabric—IT organizations can deliver network infrastructure or network services across all types of applications—from legacy applications like Oracle, SAP, and Microsoft Exchange, to new virtualized applications from the likes of VMware, Microsoft, and Citrix. Consequently, you’ll be able to deliver outstanding scalability, performance, high availability across all of your applications. Only Cisco can do this today. Cisco uniquely unifies data centers with the Intelligent Network, via modular, self-integrating computing elements. The network no longer stops at the server—it extends into the server. Through deep integration between the server application environment and the network, security is able to move with the virtual environment. The integration between the network and the data center enables both elements to work as one and deliver a guaranteed experience within clouds, between clouds, and beyond the cloud.  The Unified Data Center architecture delivers automated provisioning and management of the shared fabric of compute, network, and storage resources for the delivery of IT services within and between data centers. These new, simplified levels of automation help IT organizations keep pace with rapid change—and deliver new capabilities back to the business—such as self-service, or chargeback functionality.  It is the unified approach that allows all of these advantages. Consequently, it only makes sense that the three pillars of Cisco Unified Data Center are: Cisco Unified Fabric , Cisco Unified Computing , and Cisco Unified Management
  • Get the Complete View with a Unified ConsoleView and manage security events, access-controlled doors, video talk groups, and (live and archived) video from thousands of Cisco endpoints. Cisco Physical Security Operations Manager is a scalable command and control interface that unifies Cisco Video Surveillance Manager, Cisco Physical Access Manager, and Cisco IPICS.Cisco Physical Security Operations Manager provides the following benefits:Improved scalability for large and geographically distributed environments Complete view of facilities, sensors, and alarms in an easy-to-use and intuitive map-enabled graphical interface A comprehensive security alarms/events management system with a powerful workflow and business logic engineA common platform that provides customers with an unified and integrated operations for Cisco Video Surveillance, Cisco Physical Access Control and Cisco IPICS solutionsIntegrated Incident Management and Reporting:Provides a single user interface to detect, analyze, respond to, and report incidents in real-timeEnables Consistent Security Operations:Supports comprehensive security operations through workflow tools and security policies based on business rulesUnified Operator Console for Access Control, Video Surveillance and Incident Response Improved end to end ScalabilityUnified Event ManagementSingle console for management of events from all systems Unified mapping interface Cross Domain Policies – able to support broader range customer needs and use casesNormalization and policy-based event correlation - Improved prioritization of key events; case managementALOK: When they need a common user interface that not only provide a complete view of facilities, sensors, and alarms in a map-enabled graphical interface but also unifies incident management and operation of CVSM, CPAM and IPICS When they need scalability for large and geographically distributed environments When they want to try Cisco physical security solutions but currently are using competitor products and not willing to outright replace them  When they need a powerful incident management system for security operatorsThus for the slide I would suggest summarizing the above benefits. Example: Unified command and control interface for CVSM, CPAM and IPICS Improved scalability for Cisco Video Surveillance Easy migration to Cisco Solutions Powerful incident management system

eJharkhand 2014 - e-Governance Implementations – Opportunities and Challenges - Nitin Deo, Solution Architect, Cisco Systems eJharkhand 2014 - e-Governance Implementations – Opportunities and Challenges - Nitin Deo, Solution Architect, Cisco Systems Presentation Transcript

  • Safe City Project Transforming the Way Governments Protect People, Property, and Critical Infrastructure © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 1
  • A Vision for Safe City Project Public Places- Tourist spots, Banks, Hospitals, ATM ’s,Educational Institutes, Malls, Markets, reli gious institutes Dispatch Center Data Collection /Compatibility to 3 rd party systems Hotels Intelligent Traffic System Retail Law Enforcement Gateways PTT Radio Networks Critical Infrastructure Projects- Airport, Water Tanks/plants Power plants, grids, VVIP buildings Convergence Wire Line Networks Courts Hospital 2.5G and 3G Cellular Networks Holy places Trains IB Central Agencies School Local Police Govt Buildings, Important landmarks/Buildings © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Airports Emergency Services Cisco Confidential 2
  • Safe City Project Point of interest • Traffic Junctions City Entry Exits • Sensitive Building/Area • VIP room and decision making • Fire/Ambulance/Police Religious Places/ Public gathering Emergency Communications IP Cameras w/ Analytics IP Cameras w/ Analytics Enabling Government for:• Central Control & Monitoring • • Emergency Communication & Response • Sensitive buildings Intelligent Incident detection Citizen and Assets Protection • Traffic Junctions Central Command and control Intelligent Traffic Management Enabling Deterrence and ensuring Public safety Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 3
  • Entry/Exits, Perimeters, Parking, Roads……. Public Messaging Cisco Digital Media System IP Network of Networks Multiple Monitoring Text to Speech Cisco IPICS Cisco Router UHF Police Control Room 1st Responders Communications VHF Military © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Video Surveillance Security In charge/Decision Makers Cisco Unified Communications 4
  • Entry/Exits, Perimeters, Parking, Roads……. Public Messaging Cisco Digital Media System IP Network of Networks Multiple Monitoring Text to Speech Cisco IPICS Cisco Router UHF Police Control Room 1st Responders Communications VHF Military © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Video Surveillance Security Incharge/Decision Makers Cisco Unified Communications 5
  • Entry/Exits, Perimeters, Parking, Roads……. Public Messaging Cisco Digital Media System IP Network of Networks Multiple Monitoring Text to Speech Text Cisco IPICS Cisco Router UHF Police Control Room 1st Responders Communications VHF Military © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Video Surveillance Security Incharge/Decision Makers Cisco Unified Communications 6
  • Central Command Center at Police Control Room IP Based PTZ/ HD Fixed Cameras at all Locations Mission Critical Network to connect all locations to Police Control Room Video Analytics for Intelligent detection & Alert Number Plate Recognition for City Entry/Exits Emergency Communication System/ Incident Response © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 7
  • Command & Control Center Video Surveillance Notification and Response Video Surveillance Manager IPICS End-to-End: Medianet Enable IP Network © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. IP Cameras Video Analytics Standard Definition and High Definition IP Cameras Intelligence detection & Alert/ ANPR. Virtualization Security Management Cisco Confidential 8
  • © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 9
  • © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 10
  • Left Luggage / Abandoned object – The system detects a certain size of object that has been left behind for a pre-defined time period Illegally Parked Vehicle – The system will alert the operator when a vehicle is found to be parked in an area of No parking Camera Tampering – Alerts the operator when the camera has been tampered with by changing the view or by obstructing the view Counter Flow – This alerts the operator whenever a vehicle movement is detected in the wrong direction Loitering – The analytics alerts the operator whenever a person loiters or is moving in the defined are for a time longer than the defined time. Virtual Trip Wire – Whenever a vehicle or an object crosses a virtual wire in the camera field of view, the system will alert the operator © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 11
  • © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 12
  • © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 13
  • Case Studies © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 14
  • • 7 City Entry Points each with 4 HD Fixed Camera • 27 Traffic Junctions each with 4 HD fixed Camera and 1 PTZ Camera • 12 HD IP Fixed Camera on Palm Beach Road • 20 Public Locations each with 5 IP Fixed HD Camera and 1 IP PTZ Camera • Public Location cameras on Wireless communications • Total 8 Monitoring stations at each Municipality ward office • Central command and Control center including recording at Police commissioners office with Video Wall • Recording for all Camera for 30 days • Industrial grade PoE switches at each traffic junctions and public places. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 15
  • © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 16
  • Crisis Management • Zurich Police—Empowered police force • South African Police Services—Mobile Command & Control Centre Nationwide Asset Protection • Nlets—Primary Mission-Critical Network for law-enforcement in the US • Polish Border Guard—Unified Communications Urban Security • • • • • San Luis Potosi City Surveillance—City Information and Security System North Wales Police—Incident Collaboration City of Baltimore, US City of Drancy, France City of Joliet, US Mass Venues & Events • Obama Inauguration Speech—Interoperable Video Surveillance • Bejing Summer Olympics 2008–Core network and radio interoperability Public Transport • Metro of Barcelona–Multiservices network, including video surveillance • City of Rivas–Video surveillance, traffic light management • Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Cisco Confidential © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 17
  • Thank you. www.cisco.com/go/physec © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 18