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  • 1. SMART LIVING
  • 2. SMART MOBILITY
    SMART HOME
    SMART ENTERPRISE
    SMART LIVING
    SMART CAMPUS
    EVERYWHERE
    SMART HOTEL
    SMART CITY
    SMART RESORT
  • 3. SMART LIVING
    LIVE THE FUTURE TODAY.
  • 4. SMART LIVING
    SMART RESORT
  • 5. SMART LIVING
    Integrated Wireless Networking
    Video Conferencing
    Low Current & Structured Cabling
    Fiber-Optic Networks
    SMART RESORT
    CONNECTED
    Unified Communication
    On Demand & Remote Access
    WiFi Hotspots
    3G & GPRS
  • 6. SMART LIVING
    Paging & PA Systems
    Contact Center & Directory Service
    Wayfinding, Information Kiosks & Self Service Terminals
    Audio & Video Distribution
    SMART RESORT
    HiTV & Community TV Channel
    INTERACTIVE
    Outdoor Display Systems
    Guest Relationship Management
    Mood & Ambient Lighting
    Home Care, Remote Medicine & Telemedicine
  • 7. SMART LIVING
    Parking Management System
    Access Control
    Number Plate Recognition
    Data & Operations Center, Data Capture & RFID
    SMART RESORT
    IP Video Surveillance
    SECURE
    Storage, Print & IT Resources Management
    Database & Systems Management
    Corporate Governance & Compliance
    Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery
  • 8. SMART LIVING
    Hotel Management Systems & Room Automation
    Information Lifecycle Management
    Operation & Command Centers
    Crisis Management Centers
    SMART RESORT
    Logistics Management
    INTELLIGENT
    Healthcare Information Management
    Spa Management
    Business Process Management
    Integrated Content Management & Delivery
  • 9. SMART LIVING
    Efficient Data Centers
    Energy Management Solutions
    SMART RESORT
    Thin Client Solutions
    GREEN &
    UBIQUITOUS
    Virtualization
    Converged Networks
  • 10. IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS
    • Client Requirements
    • 11. Conceptual Design
    • 12. Establish Budgets
    • 13. Value Engineering
  • IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS
    • Functional Diagram Specifications
    • 14. Project Schedule
  • IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS
    • Wire Diagrams
    • 15. Bill of Material Documentation
    • 16. Specification Site Requirements
  • IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS
    • Material Acquisition
    • 17. Prepare Site Installation
    • 18. Testing & Turnover
  • IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS
    • Client Staff Training
    • 19. Maintenance / Operation Manuals
  • PROJECT
    MANAGEMENT
    IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS
    • Phone Support
    • 20. 24 Hour Site Support
    • 21. Preventive Maintenance
  • CASE STUDIES
  • 22. TELEPHONE
    BMS
    GSM
    DATA
    SECURITY
    GSM
    TELEPHONE
    VIDEO
    DATA
    BMS
    SECURITY
    HIGH CAPACITY CONVERGED
    NETWORK
    Converged Network Approach
    Figure 1- Conventional Infrastructure Cabling
    Figure 2 - Converged Network Approach
    Converged Network Aproach
  • 23. ■ PASSIVE OPTICAL NETWORK
    ■ FIBRE TO THE HOME
    Site Wide Infrastructure
  • 24. Comparison Of Available Technologies
    Comparison Of Available Technologies
  • 25. 200
    150
    Gigabits Per Second
    100
    50
    0
    Cabling Bandwidth Capacities
    Cabling Bandwidth Capabilities
  • 26. Cabling Bandwidth Capacities
    ■ A Single copper pair is capable of carrying 6 phone calls
    ■A single fibre pair is capable of carrying over 2.5 million simultaneous phone calls (64 channels @ 2.5 Gb/s)
    ■A fibre cable is less than 1% of both the size and weight of a comparable bandwidth copper cable
    Cabling Bandwidth
  • 27. PON (Passive Optical Network)
    CUSTOMER PREMISES
    DATA CENTRE
    ONT
    End user 1
    1
    OPTICAL LINE TERMINAL
    3
    2
    FIBRE OPTIC SPLITTER
    1
    ISP SERVICES
    ONT
    1
    2
    3
    End user 2
    2
    1
    2
    3
    LOCATED IN DATA CENTRE
    ONT
    End user 3
    3
    3
    ■ Passive System
    ■ No Requirement For Powered Equipment In The Field
    Passive Optical Network
  • 28. Data Centre / Network Operations Centre
    TCOM PROVIDER’S TER
    DISPLAY ROOM
    SERVER ROOM
    TELECOMS SERVICE ENTRY
    CENTRALISED MONITORING
    TV HEADEND
    TELEPHONY HEADEND
    ACCESS MONITORING
    DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    VIDEO ON DEMAND
    CCTV MONITORING
    BMS
    CRM
    VOICE
    DATA
    Data Centre
  • 29. Villa
    VILLA
    Villa
  • 30. FAST INTERNET ACCESS
    E1 / POTS / VoIP / PABX TELEPHONE
    OPTICAL NETWORK TERMINAL
    CCTV SECURITY CAMERAS
    ACCESS CONTROL
    LIGHTING & BMS SERVICES CONTROL
    FIBRE FROM OPTICAL SPLITTER
    TV CHANNELS / HD / MOVIES / VIDEO ON DEMMAND
    HOTEL SERVICES
    – INFORMATION CHANNEL / VIDEO ON DEMMAND
    Site Wide Infrastructure
  • 31. FIBRE LINK
    LOW VOLTAGE LIGHTING CONTROL
    HOME THEATRE & ENTERTAINMENT
    CCTV SECURITY
    OPTICAL NETWORK TERMINAL
    ACCESS CONTROL
    LIGHTING & BMS CONTROL
    TOUCH PANEL CONTROL IN HALLWAY
    INTERNET ACCESS
    WiFi
    COASTAL BEACH VILLA PREWIRED CAT6 UTP DATA CABLING
    Villa Smart Home Features
  • 32. LIGHTING CONTROL
    ACCESS CONTROL
    AC CONTROL
    HOME / AWAY
    Villa Smart Home Features
  • 33. Typical Villa Smart Home Schematic
    Villa Smart Home Features
  • 34. CASE STUDIES
    Project Name: Between The Bridges Hotel & Resorts (Shangri-La)
    Location: Abu Dhabi
    Client: Honeywell Middle East
    Date: 2006
    Value: 21,000,000
    Description: Audiovisual systems for meeting rooms, ballrooms & multipurpose rooms, Digital Signage for public areas and elevators, Media matrix background Music System and hotel SMATV systems.
    HOTELS
  • 35. CASE STUDIES
    HOTELS
    Project Name: Conference Palace Hotel
    Location: Abu Dhabi
    Client: Abu Dhabi Government
    Date: 2003-2004
    Value: AED 90,000,000.00 +
    Description: Systems Integration for all IP and Telephony Systems included but not limited to Hotel Operating System, Financials, Database Clustering, HR, Document Management, Content Management, Active Network Components, Digital PBX System, Server and Client Hardware, Backup Business Continuance Systems, 250 KMs of Broadcast Cabling, 900 Wireless Access Points [70% of all systems integrate with more than one other system]
  • 36. CASE STUDIES
    MALLS
    Project Name: Dubai Mall
    Location: Dubai
    Client: EMAAR
    Date: 2006-2008
    Value: 70,000,000.00 AED (Approximately)
    Description: A complete infrastructure solution including Structured Cabling for 40,000 points. The project includes also active equipments with 10G technology between Core and edge switches, TV Broadcasting Network, 22 LED Screen
  • 37. WHY SPECTRUM ITC GROUP?
  • 38. Independent Consultant
    Thirty (30) years of experience
    Highly Resourceful
    WHY SPECTRUM ITC GROUP?
    Highest Accreditations
    Proven Track Record
    Solid Customer References
  • 39. THANK YOU.
    Global Technology Strategy / Design / Implementation
    Oceanside & Los Angeles, California
    www.spectrumitc.net
    Contacts:
    Jim Glosser, CID,-Senior Design Consultant
    jglosser@spectrumitc.net
    John Bilar, CTS,-Technology
    jbilar@spectrumitc.net
    760-754-1101

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