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Presentación sobre circuitos de vídeo-vigilancia IP impartiada por D-Link Iberia en la Gira Up to Secure 2010

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  • 1. D-Link - IP Surveillance IP Cameras / NVR / D-ViewCAM Xavier Campos ( [email_address] ) Product Manager Spain & Portugal Sevilla, 26 th January 2010.
  • 2. IP Surveillance D-Link
  • 3. IP Surveillance
    • Why IP Surveillance? What the benefits are..
      • Remote Accessibility (Wired/Wireless/3G)
      • Superior Image Quality compared with analog cameras (Megapixel)
      • Total Cost Effectiveness (Simplified Infraestructure)
      • Easy Management
      • Future-Proof Integration (IP network/Open standard/Interoperability)
      • Scalability & Flexibility (System Upgrade and Maintenance)
      • Easy Deployment (PoE/Wireless)
  • 4. IP Surveillance Applications
    • Suitable Applications
      • Home Surveillance
      • Commerce Surveillance
      • Transportation (Railway & Subway Stations/Highways/Airports/…)
      • Offices & Show/Meeting Rooms
      • Education (Kindergarten/Primary/High/University)
      • Parking (License Plate Recognition)
      • Banking
      • Industry (Warehouse/Supply Chain/…)
      • Hospitality (Casinos/Hotels/…)
      • Government
  • 5. What’s going on when…?
  • 6. IP Cameras Advanced Features D-Link
  • 7. Megapixel Sensor
    • Resolution means details of an image. For video surveillance applications, to easily identify a criminal usually requires a high resolution image.
    • The maximum resolution of analog camera is:
      • NTSC D1(704x480 = 337,920) similar 0.3 Megapixel
      • PAL D1(704x576= 405,504) equals 0.4 Megapixel
    • Usually, only CIF resolution is used for recording:
      • NTSC CIF(352x240 = 84,480) similar 0.08 Megapixel
      • PAL CIF(352x288= 101,376) equals 0.1 Megapixel
    • Currently only IP cameras that use digital compression and transmission can achieve megapixel resolution. Higher resolutions are expected in the near future.
    • A common megapixel format is
      • CMOS 1.3M(1280x1024=1,310,720) equals 1.3 Megapixel
      • CCD 1.3M(1280x960=1,228,800) similar 1.2 Megapixel
    • It’s 4 times higher than analog cameras!
    Major Features of IP Surveillance Solution
  • 8. Megapixel
  • 9. Megapixel Sensor
    • 1.3 megapixel Camera provides up to 4 times higher resolution than common VGA/D1 camera
    • Megapixel resolution provide s detail s and clarity not seen on traditional analog and VGA cameras, especially at the border of the object.
    Major Features of IP Surveillance Solution Megapixel VGA
  • 10. 16x Digital Zoom
    • 1x ~ 16x digital zoom adjustable at VGA resolution
    Major Features of IP Surveillance Solution 1x video @ VGA resolution 16x digital zoom actual size of 36mm 16x zoom size of 2mm The left image is a 16x zoom image for 2mm length. The right image is around 18 pcs of 2mm actual length. Therefore, DCS-2121/DCS-5230 supports 16x digital zoom
  • 11. 18x Optical Zoom Left image belongs to a DCS-3415 without applying any optical zoom. Right image shows the result after applying 18x optical zoom.
  • 12. Front End Storage
    • Front end storage can store video at the camera for backup. It can stop storing after the disk is full or continuously overwrite to keep the latest data.
    • Currently it supports CF card, SD card or Micro SD card (depending on camera model).
    Major Features of IP Surveillance Solution
  • 13. Dual Stream / Multi-Profile
    • All the new cameras are featured with MPEG4 and MJPEG dual stream. It can stream 2 different stream with independent compression, resolution and frame rate. This will benefit end user to view the video from different site or device
      • e.g. one from PC, one from mobile phone
    • Multi-profile means the IP camera can stream more than 2 streams. Some of the new models support this feature.
      • e.g. Using CIF and MPEG4 for Web Viewing, QCIF and MPEG4 for 3G Mobile Viewing, and D1 and MJPEG for Recording
  • 14. Dual Stream / Multi-Profile
  • 15. 3GPP Video Streaming
    • Using this feature it is possible to remotely visualize IP camera live video on your 3G Phone. (eg. rstp://ipcameras.dlinkddns.com:559)
  • 16. Day & Night Solution
    • Infrared LED is usually used for night surveillance, with camera set to allow Infrared (IR) light pass thru sensor to get night vision
    • Solution 1: With dual-band filter , cameras can be used during day time with visible light as well as for night time with IR light (extra IR LED illuminator required). This is the most entry level solution that can work in the day and at night, but sometimes its side effect may affect picture color for day time.
    • Solution 2: With ICR (Infrared-Cut Removable filter) module , it can use 2 filters for day and night time to provide better color performance, but at a higher cost.
    • Solution 3: Camera with built-in IR LED for illumination and dual-band or ICR filter to provide advanced functionality, usually known as an all-in-one camera.
    ICR Lens Module With ICR Without ICR Filter glass.
  • 17. Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
    • WDR is a new sensor technology for handling extreme variations of bright and dark conditions within the same scene, allowing it to function like the human eye which quickly adjusts to changing lighting conditions.
    • It is largely applied in highly contrast environments such as lobby entrances, parking lots, ATM, loading areas and much more (eg. DCS-3710).
    Normal Camera WDR Camera
  • 18. Digital Input/Digital Output (DI/DO)
    • The following is a list of external devices that can be connected to the I/O connector of the D-Link IP Camera.
      • DI interface:
        • Siren/Alarm relays
        • PIR Motion Sensor
        • Temperature sensor
        • Simple on/off switch
      • DO interface:
        • External light (Illuminator, etc)
        • Any relayed control device
  • 19. Motion Detection
    • Motion detection feature, if enabled, will trigger the IP camera to send the snapshot/video clip to remote server (Email, FTP) or to record the event to local storage.
    • How does motion detection in D-Link IP Camera works?
      • D-Link IP Cameras that support motion detection feature allow three different areas to be monitored for motion detection.
      • Sensitivity and Percentage parameters must be defined in order for the motion detection of the IP camera to work.
    Figure A – Percentage Indicator Figure B – How motion detection work
  • 20. Event Triggered Recording
    • With event-based recording feature enabled, D-Link IP camera will automatically start recording every time specific event set by administrator occurs
    • Four types of event can trigger D-Link IP Camera to run an action as specified by the administrator such as to start recording. The events are:
      • Motion detection
      • Digital input of external devices (e.g. PIR motion sensor, alarm relays)
      • Periodic schedule
        • Specifies the duration for action trigger to send out email of captured image for scheduled event
      • System boot
        • System will trigger camera to run the specified action at boot-up
  • 21. IP Surveillance Scenario DCS-3415 192.168.1.107 DCS-3110 192.168.1.105 DCS-7410 192.168.1.103 DCS-910 192.168.1.101 DCS-2121 192.168.1.104 DCS-3430 192.168.1.102 DCS-5230 192.168.1.100 DCS-5230 (IR) 192.168.1.106 DNS-726-4 192.168.1.69 D-ViewCAM Internet con IP Dinámica D-Link DDNS Host ipcameras.dlinkddns.com Internet
  • 22. Device Deployed Information Device IP Address TCP/UDP ports Services Description URL for Remote Access DCS-5230 192.168.1.100 81,555 WEB, RTSP Management and 3GPP http://ipcameras.dlinkddns.com:81 rtsp://ipcameras.dlinkddns.com:555/3gpp DCS-910 192.168.1.101 82,556 WEB, RTSP Management and Monitoring http://ipcameras.dlinkddns.com:82 DCS-3430 192.168.1.102 83,557 WEB, RTSP Management and 3GPP http:// ipcameras .dlinkddns.com:83 rtsp:// ipcameras .dlinkddns.com:557/3gpp DCS-7410 192.168.1.103 84,558 WEB, RTSP Management and 3GPP http:// ipcameras .dlinkddns.com:84 rtsp:// ipcameras .dlinkddns.com:558/3gpp DCS-2121 192.168.1.104 85,559 WEB, RTSP Management and 3GPP http:// ipcameras.dlinkddns.com:85 rtsp://ipcameras.dlinkddns.com:559/3gpp DCS-3110 192.168.1.105 86,560 WEB, RTSP Management and Monitoring http://ipcameras.dlinkddns.com:86 DCS-5230 (IR) 192.168.1.106 89,561 WEB, RTSP Management and Monitoring http://ipcameras.dlinkddns.com:89 rtsp://ipcameras.dlinkddns.com:561/3gpp DCS-3415 192.168.1.107 88,562 WEB, RTSP Management and Monitoring http://ipcameras.dlinkddns.com:88 rtsp://ipcameras.dlinkddns.com:562/live2.sdp DNS-726-4 192.168.1.69 8082 WEB Management Video Recorder http://ipcameras.dlinkddns.com:8082
  • 23. NVR
  • 24. Network Video Recorder (NVR)
    • Instant live view
      • Full screen
      • Drag-and-drop GUI
      • Camera name and status on OSD
      • PTZ/Audio support
      • Quad view
    • Intelligent playback
      • Smart search through selecting an area on the video or set search sensitivity
      • Multiple channel playback
      • AVI/ASF outputs (eg. save video in ASF file format and include the time stamps)
      • Playback speed control
  • 25. Network Video Recorder (NVR)
    • Extensive recording functionality
      • Multiple various recording schedules
      • Recording auto overwrite allowing
      • uninterrupted non-stop security recording
      • Stores video to set HDD capacity limit
    • High data security
      • Auto boot after power recovery
      • Rear panel lock hole
      • Multiple-user privilege
      • Backup recorded data
    • Powerful event management
      • Camera status eg: connection, recording, frame rate and bit rate information
      • Flexible event management through central control of all cameras
      • Multiple mail contact lists for event notification
  • 26. NVR Features Comparison
  • 27. NVR Benefits
  • 28. Multiple Recording Schedules
  • 29. Recording Auto Overwrite and Store Video
    • NVR has an option to overwrite the oldest data automatically when the HDD space runs out. This feature allows uninterrupted non-stop security recording.
    • D-Link NVR supports 2 mechanism in storing and overwriting video:
      • Automatic Overwrite
      • Store Videos
    • Network Video Recorder
    Day 5 Day 1 Day 4 Day 6 Day 3 Day 4 Day 2 Day 3 Day 5 Day 3 Automatic Overwrite Store video for 3 days Store for 3 days & Overwrite
  • 30. AVI/ASF Outputs
    • D-Link NVR allows users to export video for their documentation or reference in two output formats: avi and asf.
    • The recommended format for exporting video is asf . The avi format will produce a higher bit rate but will not include the timestamp. The asf format on the other hand will transpose a timestamp on the exported video.
  • 31. Smart Search
    • Searching for a recorded event is time consuming and frustrating task for users
    • D-Link NVR’s smart search function makes detecting notable event easier
    • By selecting a target area on the video and setting search sensitivity, the smart search will traverse the video database based on specified search criteria to locate noteworthy unusual events
    • Search criterion include options such as motion detection, missing or abandoned object, lose focus or camera occlusion.
    Target Area
  • 32. Multiple Channel Playback
    • D-Link NVR allows users to search and playback recorded video. DNS-726-4 supports 4 channel simultaneous playback on a screen. DNS-722-4 supports 1 channel.
    Snapshot Export Video Cue In and Cue Out Digital Zoom Playback Speed
  • 33. D-View CAM v3.0
  • 34. System Features
    • Surveillance software works with D-Link network cameras to provide video monitoring, recording and event management functions
    • Supports all current D-Link IP cameras
    • Supports up to 36 cameras
    • Free bundled software
    • Designed for home user and SMB
    • Intelligent filter and search capabilities for scheduling recording and/or event
    • recording
    • Automatically locate and add IP cameras in the local network
    • e-Map
    • Multiuser
  • 35. Storage Table Resolution Frame Rate Image Quality HDD Record Time VGA(640x480) 10fps Good 1TB 40 days,12 hours CIF(320x240) 30fps Good 1TB 31 days,2 hours VGA(640x480) 30fps Excellent 1TB 7 days,8 hours VGA(640x480) 30fps Excellent 2TB 14 days,16 hours
  • 36. Configure Auto-Patrol
    • Auto-Patrol
      • Set Pre-Set Points (A,B,C…)
      • Enable Auto-Patrol
  • 37. Annex
  • 38.
    • D-Link DDNS Service
    • Allows to create a hostname that points to your IP camera public IP address to easily remember the URL for quick access. Providing an update mechanism which makes the hostname work with your dynamic IP address.
    DYNDNS Service (www.dlinkddns.com)
  • 39. DYNDNS Service (www.dlinkddns.com)
    • Create an Account
    • Create a hostname (ipcameras.dlinkddns.com)
  • 40. DYNDNS Service (www.dlinkddns.com)
    • Setup our Router/Firewall in order to inform DDNS provider about its public IP
  • 41. Port Mapping Firewall Configuration
    • Port Mapping on Firewall is divided into 2 Rules:
      • SAT (Static Address Translation)
      • Action (Allow)
  • 42. Port Mapping Firewall Configuration
  • 43. Port Mapping Firewall Configuration
    • Port Mapping on Firewall is divided into 2 Rules:
      • SAT (Static Address Translation)
      • Action (Allow)
  • 44. Port Mapping Firewall Configuration
  • 45. IP66 and IP44 (Environmental Certification)
    • The European Committee for Electro technical Standardization developed the Ingress Protection (IP) ratings (CENELEC) (described in IEC/EN 60529), which specifies the degrees of protection against the intrusion of solid objects to a piece of electrical equipment or enclosures.
    • The way in which the index and classification works is as follows: The IP will be made up of two numbers
      • The first states the level of mechanical protection from thing such as dust and other solid objects.
      • The second number indicates the degree of protection from water and other liquids.
    • Examples of this certification are IP code 66 (total protection against dust, and also against heavy water spray) and IP code 44 (protection against solid object over 1 mm and also against sprayed water from all direction).
  • 46. Rule of IP Code – IP66 and IP44 IP first number Protection against solid object IP second number Protection against liquid 0 No Protection 1 Protected against solid objects up to 50mm, e.g. accidental touch by hands. 2 Protected against solid objects up to 12mm, e.g. fingers. 3 Protected against solid objects over 2.5mm (tools and wires). 4 Protected against solid objects over 1mm (tools, wire, and small wires). 5 Protected against dust limited ingress (no harmful deposit). 6 Totally protected against dust. 0 No protection. 1 Protection against vertically falling drops of water e.g. condensation. 2 Protection against direct sprays of water up to 15° from the vertical. 3 Protected against direct sprays of water up to 60° from the vertical. 4 Protection against water sprayed from all directions. limited ingress permitted. 5 Protected against low pressure jets of water from all directions. limited ingress. 6 Protected against low pressure jets of water, e.g. for use on ship decks - limited ingress permitted. 7 Protected against the effect of immersion between 15cm and 1m. 8 Protects against long periods of immersion under pressure.
  • 47. Wired-in Bracket
    • Wire-in bracket is designed to secure the camera’s wire and prevent it from damage
  • 48. Gracias!
    • www.dlink.es