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Technology day - Bank

  1. 1. Technology Day BankBrussels, 30 April, 2010
  2. 2. Agenda Agenda 12.30—13.30 : Walking Dinner 13.30—13.45 : Welcome Word by the General Manager 13.45—14.15 : Access Control Solutions for Banks 14.15—14.45 : Electronic Security Solutions for Banks 14.45—15:00 : Coffee 15.00—15.30 : Secure Storage Solutions for Banks 15.30—16.00 : Cash Automation Solutions for Banks 16.00— 18.00 : Technology Workshops30 April, 2010, page 2
  3. 3. IntroductionGunnebo – the Solution ProviderFrederik De Broyer – General Manager
  4. 4. Solutions to Secure the Building and Protect People & Assets The types of protection for high risk buildings changes with technology and new product development, but the application needs have remained the same with the demands to provide security Securing the ‘Building Envelope’ demands the requirements for: •Buying time •Securing the entrance •Controlling the passage •Protecting people and assets •Maintaining command and control •Preserving security and safety30 April, 2010, page 4
  5. 5. The risk is relative, the change is in development and technology Private or public sites where staff and goods need to be protected by preventing unauthorised entry and violent attacks, Gunnebo is developing for the demands of today, new security products and solutions. New developments in technology today increase the protection levels and security options available 30 April, 2010, page 5
  6. 6. Securing the Perimeter Envelope High risk sites need secure and controlled access  Improve the security for high-risk sectors  Enhance the protection against theft  Regulate the flow of people and vehicles  Reduce the risk of sabotage/terrorism  Control retail Outlets  Enhance the passenger experience30 April, 2010, page 6
  7. 7. Securing Inside the Envelope Entrance windows, doors, single person detection, biometrics Cash, valuables and data protection Electronic access control and CCTV30 April, 2010, page 7
  8. 8. Assets Security examples from the Product Portfolio Traditional safe deposit lockers Automated safe deposit lockers: SafeStore Auto Vaults and vault doors Access Control Electronic Security Safes30 April, 2010, page 8 Cash Handling
  9. 9. Samples From The Product Portfolio SafePay™: System for closed and recycling cash handling30 April, 2010, page 9
  10. 10. Samples From The Product PortfolioElectronic IntrusionSecurity CCTV Access Video Control Centralisation Safes Interphonie Management Process Technical Telesurveillance Management Transmission IP,ISDN,PSTN30 April, 2010, page 10
  11. 11. Samples From The Product PortfolioImmSec and BoardSec for efficient identi-fication and boarding of aeroplanes High-security tested products for anti-terrorist protection: Hydraulic bollards, road blockers, high-security barrier and truck stopper 30 April, 2010, page 11 Solutions for entrance control
  12. 12. Agenda Agenda 12.30—13.30 : Walking Dinner 13.30—13.45 : Welcome Word by the General Manager 13.45—14.15 : Access Control Solutions for Banks 14.15—14.45 : Electronic Security Solutions for Banks 14.45—15:00 : Coffee 15.00—15.30 : Secure Storage Solutions for Banks 15.30—16.00 : Cash Automation Solutions for Banks 16.00— 18.00 : Technology Workshops30 April, 2010, page 12
  13. 13. Access Control Solutions for BanksMP Maussang – Jean-Daniel GrossCompetence Centre Entrance Control
  14. 14. Broad Offering for a Wide Range of Applications Turnstiles Interlocks & Performance Doors, Airport Mass Transit Vehicle Automation Windows & Partitions Systems Entrance Control Hospitals & Healthcare Power Production Banking Public Industry & Entities ResearchAirports Law Enforcement Transport & & Prisons Logistics Office Buildings Retail Leisure & Public Entertainment Transport Education30 April, 2010, page 14
  15. 15. Products to Highest Standards Certified Products to Highest International Standards Resistant up to DOSK12 and PAS68 50 mph ram speed Resistant to Ballistic, Blast and Manual Attack according to EN standards30 April, 2010, page 15
  16. 16. Risks Identification Main Risks Elementary Risks  Leak of information  Imprudence  Espionage  Blackmail  Fare evasion  Inventory shortage  Thefts without violence  Thievery without breaking  IT systems infiltration  Burglary  Attacks, holdups  Thefts under duress  Hostage taking  Vandalism  Threats  Sabotage  Terrorist attacks30 April, 2010, page 16
  17. 17. Why the Need for Entrance Control Securing the building envelope and control on the movement of personnel  Increase security of the premises  Control access of people  Restrict access  Prevent unauthorised passage  Record passages  Regulate throughput-filter  Minimise crowd effects  Reduce man power–Costs  Increase automation  Improve efficiency  Track events and maintain a data base  Collect fares30 April, 2010, page 17
  18. 18. Gunnebo Products and Solutions for Unauthorised EntryCompound or facility access control Control perimeters, fences, bollards, anti-ram barriers and gates Traffic control, remote controlled gates, anti-ram hydraulic drop arms, automated barriers, parking control systems Forced entry, ballistic resistant doors, windows, walls and roofs Locking and detection systemsPerimeter intrusion detection systems Alarms CCTV and video surveillance technology Detection devices, motion, acoustic, beam, infrared, visionPersonnel identification systems Access control, biometrics, ID cards Credential management Tailgating policies, credential systemsProtection of information and data and assets Protection shielding Safes, data protection, vaults and strong rooms30 April, 2010, page 18
  19. 19. Vehicle Access Products Sliding Gates Bi folding gates Swing Gates Quick folding gates Barriers Traffic Bollards Turnstiles30 April, 2010, page 19
  20. 20. Product, Application Solutions, Benefits NEW PRODUCT Quick Folding Gate  Fast opening  Combines a gate AND a barrier  Ideal for sluice with antiterrorist products  Parking places  Stock Areas  Logistic areas30 April, 2010, page 20
  21. 21. High Security Antiterrorist Vehicle Solutions DOS K 12 Road Block PAS 68 50 mph Wedge DOS K 12 PAS 68 50 mph Barrier lift system DOS K4 – DOS K 12 PAS 68 50 mph30 April, 2010, page 21
  22. 22. High Security Antiterrorist Vehicle Solutions DOS K 12, L 2 – DOS K 4 Bollard PAS 68 40 mph, PAS 68 50 mph Slinding Gate DOS K 12 Truckstopper PAS 68 50 mph Tyre Killer Not crash tested30 April, 2010, page 22
  23. 23. Certification • There are two international established test certificates that are mandatory for high security products, DOS and PAS68 • These crash tests must be carried out in real-life conditions and have different performance levels30 April, 2010, page 23
  24. 24. Product, Application Solutions, Benefits Wedge Barrier K12  Available from 2.00 to 4.00m  Blocking height: 1200mm, alt, 1000 mm  Certification DOS K12 – PAS 68  Designed for continuous operation  Short operation time  Shallow foundations  Low maintenance costs  Military sites  Governmental sites  Prisons  Power plants  Harbours  Airports30 April, 2010, page 24
  25. 25. Product, Application Solutions, Benefits Bollards  Height: 900 mm , altern. 1.100 mm  Certification: - DOS K4 and PAS 68:K8  - DOS/DOD K12, L2 and  PAS 68:K12  Multiple installation for road width up to 4 m  Fine visual appearance  Low maintenance costs  Governmental sites  Prisons  Harbours  Power plants  Airports30 April, 2010, page 25
  26. 26. Product, Application Solutions, Benefits • Crash test of a Bollard K12 made in the U.S. • Test standard DOS K1230 April, 2010, page 26
  27. 27. Product, Application Solutions, Benefits Barrier Lift System (BLS) - Blocking width up to 10 m - Blocking height: 1.100 mm - Certifications: DOS K4 and K12 - Immediate blocking of the whole - width - Low maintenance costs - Air bases - Prisons30 April, 2010, page 27
  28. 28. Product, Application Solutions, Benefits Truck Stopper  Passage width: 3,0 m to 5,50 m  Height: bottom 1,20 m + panel for height up to 3,00 m  Certification DOS K12 and PAS 68:K12 (up to 4,00 m)  Blocking height: 1200mm, if requested up to 3000mm with an additional top gate panel  Sliding gate without ground track in the passage  Flat foundation of only 300 mm  Low maintenance costs  Movement time: 0.5m/s, optional 1.0 m/s (outside of central Europe)  Governmental sites  Harbours30 April, 2010, page 28
  29. 29. PRODUCTS, KEY BENEFITS, APPLICATIONS Tyre Killer  Blocking width 2.00 – 6.00m  Blocking height: 450mm  No defined impact load, no certification  Short operation time  Shallow foundations 500 mm  Dissuasive design  Quick installation  Low maintenance costs30 April, 2010, page 29
  30. 30. Introduction to Entrance Control Gunnebo is recognised as the world leader in the Design, Manufacture and Supply of Entrance Control Solutions. Our products Regulate, Control and Protect people by means of providing a secure envelope to a building i.e. access/egress gates, doors, booths and single person passage detection systems We can also maintain the security and integrity of personal within a building by providing anti-break through, bullet resistant or blast resistant doors and windows.30 April, 2010, page 30
  31. 31. Gunnebo Product and Solution Concept Regulate Regulating flow of passage Application Areas: Protect Protection of personnel and assets Airports Guard Guarding of cash and assets Ferry Ports Railway Terminals Restrict Restriction of access Defense Law Enforcement Total passage control Prisons Control Datacenters Banks Cash centres Government Embassies Petrochemical Security Printers Telecommunications Pharmaceutical30 April, 2010, page 31
  32. 32. Gunnebo Entrance Control Products and Solutions  Turnstile Security Level – Point of Sale – Tripod turnstile – Entrance Gates – Speed Gates Security Level – Full Height Turnstile – Security Revolving Door  Interlocks and Automation Security Level – Security Air Locks – Security Portals – Semi Portals – Detection Systems Security Level – Electric Locks – Automatic Doors  Performance Doors, Security Level Windows and Partitions – Aluminium, Steel and Wooden Doors Resistant to: – Sliding Windows  Manual Attack, – Security Walling Systems  Blast, – Counters and Screens  Ballistic, – Security Document Transfer  Fire...30 April, 2010, page 32
  33. 33. Turnstiles Security Level Point of Sale Tripod Turnstiles Entrance Gates Speed Gates Full Height Turnstiles Security Revolving Doors30 April, 2010, page 33
  34. 34. Interlocks & Automation Security Level Cristal II Transit Escort SoloRitz II AutomationSecurity Airlocks Automatic Doors – SliSec Single-Passage Detection CompactSave HiSec RecoSec HD RecoSec SD UniRitz IISecurity Portals Semi-Portals Electric Locks – SeRitz 30 April, 2010, page 34
  35. 35. Security Portals and Interlocks with single passage control  CompactSave  HiSec – EN1627 – Cl.2 /P5A glazing – EN356 - P7B glazing – EN1063 - BR5 – EN1063 - BR3 or BR4NS – Single person detection – Single person detection (IR beams UniRitz II and (weight sensing) optional contact mat) Options Options – 800, 900, 1000 or 1200 walkway – 600 or 900mm walkway widths – Metal detection – Outer door leaf fire resistance – SEAP L2 grade option (UK) – Can be fitted to existing doorways to create an airlock30 April, 2010, page 35
  36. 36. Performance Doors, Windows & Partitions Security Level Anti-Intrusion Security Steel Doors Aluminium Doors Wooden Doors Aluminium Sliding Doors Doors & Windows Citadel / Sentinel / Stalwart P60 / P80 StaffLine SliRitz CityWall DetoRitz / DeflaRitz / ExploRitz / Citadel / CityWallModular Walling Blast-Resistant Counters, Screens & Transfer Solutions ArmaPod Plus CityPod ATM Protection 30 April, 2010, page 36
  37. 37. Physical Security Standards Anti-Breakthrough Resistance  EN1627: Resistance to manual burglary is tested by carrying out an attack using 6 additional tools : Class 2 Class 3 Class 4 Class 5 Class 6 (manual) (manual) (manual + drill) (electrical) (electrical) 3’ 5’ 10’ 15’ 20’  The test consists in forming a body size hole measuring 250 x 400mm in a given time (between 3 and 20 minutes)  The stopwatch is reset for each element of the door unit put to the test30 April, 2010, page 37
  38. 38. Protection of the Building and Personnel  Bullet-proof standards are to the European classification EN 1522 and EN 1063 for glazing  The ammunition and weapons used are put into 8 levels of resistance for door units (from FB1 to FB7 + FSG) FB3 FB4 FB5 FB6 FB7 FSG357 mag. 44 mag. 5,56 7,62 7,62 perfo cal. 12 EN 1522 and EN 106330 April, 2010, page 38
  39. 39. Airport & Mass Transit Systems Security Level Boarding Gates – BoardSec Immigration Gates – ImmSec Anti-Return Gates – PasSecAirport Systems Tripod Turnstiles Mass Transit Bi-Parting Gates Mass Transit Full-Panel Gates Mass TransitMass Transit Systems 30 April, 2010, page 39
  40. 40. Entrance Control Interface with any Access Control EquipmentOur business, your solutions30 April, 2010, page 40
  41. 41. Application of ID Technologies in Entrance Control Integration Entrance Control gates and portal for every application involving tickets, access control, time and attendance, full integrated commands for central station security control30 April, 2010, page 41
  42. 42. Agenda Agenda 12.30—13.30 : Walking Dinner 13.30—13.45 : Welcome Word by the General Manager 13.45—14.15 : Access Control Solutions for Banks 14.15—14.45 : Electronic Security Solutions for Banks 14.45—15:00 : Coffee 15.00—15.30 : Secure Storage Solutions for Banks 15.30—16.00 : Cash Automation Solutions for Banks 16.00— 18.00 : Technology Workshops30 April, 2010, page 42
  43. 43. Electronic Security Solutions for BanksDominique AuvrayCompetence Centre Entrance Control
  44. 44. High Security Electronic Lock GSL1000 Supervision System Security Management CCTV30 April, 2010, page 44
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  46. 46. GSL 1000Introduction Our Offer Key Features Operation Appl. Benefits Systm. Components GSL 1000 Input Unit – User friendly innovation  Composite housing in contemporary design  High resistant silicon keypad with backlight  Large LCD display with Icon based logic  Multi-tune beeper confirms commands  Biometric reader is an optional feature  Battery accessable from the outside  USB connector for advanced communication  EN 1300 and certified in Grade B and C 30 April, 2010, page 46
  47. 47. GSL 1000Introduction Our Offer Key Features Operation Appl. Benefits Systm. Components Extensions and additional equipment  Additional locking devise can easily be fitted for additional security or flexibility  External power source – the locks own internal batteries can be supported with an external power supply  USB key for easy retrieval of audit trails and implementation of lock configuration* 30 April, 2010, page 47
  48. 48. GSL 1000Introduction Our Offer Systm. Components Key Features Operation Appl. Benefits  Benefits:  Secure and authorised access with schedules, time delays and dual custody/4 eyes  Efficient administration provided by easy handling of users and user administration Easy adaptable to different safes and equipment  Cost effective and secure cash handling procedures with One Time Code and Procecode®  Central monitoring and Route planning with monitoring interface capabilities and IP Software 30 April, 2010, page 48
  49. 49. SMI Server, The integrated security system Intrusion Access CCTV Control External Interfaces Monitoring30 April, 2010, page 49
  50. 50. Readers to use the best technology Access Control GUNNEBO readers- MSPASS & Smart (Mifare®) mPASS S Smart E mPASS E Smart S MSPASS Smart K (Reader & Keyboard) Others readers & technologies – Biometry, 125 KHz, Mifare®, Legic®, … To adapt the technology with the needs To 2010, page 50 the software with the site existing technology 30 April, adapt
  51. 51. Standalone cylinders Access Control  No specific installation,  No wiring,  The power is supplied by an internal battery,  The keys are Mifare® cards Implementation easy and fast 30 April, 2010, page 51
  52. 52. Users management Access Control  Multi Cards  Multi Families  Priority access rights  Definition of essential information  Localization  Printing process To define simply et effectively the access rights To 2010, page 52 and identify card holder 30 April, localize
  53. 53. CCTV integration CCTV  Integration of SMI Server CCTV systems:  Omnicast Genetec Ethernet TCP/IP network  Samsung (SHR)  VISIOCAST DVRIP Camera Analog or IP CCTV system Camera To simplify the exploitation 30 April, 2010, page 55
  54. 54. To View in real time and in delayed time CCTV  CCTV integration  Real time view  Event verification  Automatic switch  Synchronization of video flow from the recordings To have a general view of the site in real time and at a later date 30 April, 2010, page 56
  55. 55. To monitor other equipments External SMI Server Interfaces  « External hardware interface » Information toTechnical monitor  Visible on maps,Information  Alarms and Intrusion acknowledgment, Information  Event log,  Output activation (action codes), Fire  … Information Only one GUI30 April, 2010, page 57
  56. 56. To share the users and cards External Interfaces Human Resources Money  SQL Interface 2 SMI Server  To open the users & cards database.Time &attendance Restaurant Biometric Only one card for all the applications Automatic updates of all the systems 30 April, 2010, page 58
  57. 57. To Visualize, Check, Command Monitoring  To Visualize  Alarms  Fire  Intrusion  Video  …  To Command  Outputs,  Accesses,  … To have a general view, to exploit easily and quickly To 2010, page 59 and check the site 30 April, master
  58. 58. 30 April, 2010, page 61
  59. 59. Environment 2 SVGA, 1 HDMI outputs , up to 10 analog monitors Analog Cameras I/O Moduls PSU IP Server Remote Control Keypad / Joystick IP Camera IP Network30 April, 2010, page 62
  60. 60. Advanced video analysis: Camera self-monitoring Loss of video signal Masking Unfocusing Disorientation30 April, 2010, page 65
  61. 61. Advanced video analysis : Access flow management « Counting » Data Export External analysis Wrong direction alarm30 April, 2010, page 66
  62. 62. Advanced video analysis : Object detection Analysis A Unattendent object Analysis B Missing object30 April, 2010, page 67
  63. 63. Crowd detection Crowd detection is used to generate an alert when a crowd of people gathers in a specified area and exceeds the defined threshold.30 April, 2010, page 68
  64. 64. E-Map30 April, 2010, page 72
  65. 65. Quick search / Instant playback30 April, 2010, page 73
  66. 66. Quick search / Object index  Easy location to a desired event and instant playback by double-clicking on the image frame.  Direct access to the most recent 50 events30 April, 2010, page 74
  67. 67. Advanced search_3 Advanced search with video analysis30 April, 2010, page 75
  68. 68. Remote management IP Network Monitoring station Smart phones Management via Software suite for remote control Internet Explorer Virtual Matrix Configuration, Live View, Search, Backups,30 April, 2010, page 77 Maintenance
  69. 69. Center V2 Pro : Live view on alarm30 April, 2010, page 80
  70. 70. Center V2 Pro : Pre event in attached files30 April, 2010, page 81
  71. 71. VisioCast Range  VisioCast First : 4 channels 100 fps in D1  VisioCast 8/16 Classic : 100 fps (CIF), 50 fps (D1)  VisioCast 16 Ultra : 200 fps (CIF), 50 fps (D1)  VisioCast 32 Ultra : 400 fps (CIF), 100 fps (D1)  VisioCast 16 Real Time : 400 fps (CIF), 100 fps (D1)  VisioCast 32 Real Time : 800 fps (CIF), 200 fps (D1)  VisioCast 8 Full D1 : 200 fps (D1)  VisioCast 16 Full D1 : 400 fps (D1)  VisioCast 4/8/12/16/32 IP Resolution : CIF (380 x 288 pixels) D1 (720 x 576 pixels)30 April, 2010, page 82
  72. 72. March 2010
  73. 73. Security automat SecurWave® Intrusion Access Video control Intercom Safe Listen Management Asservissements Technical supervision Transmission30 April, 2010, page 84 IP,ISDN,PSTN
  74. 74. New terminal WavePadSolutions pour la banque  Easy to use  One terminal for all operations  high secure authentication  set/unset of zones  safe management  host committee  shortcuts  customization  Mifare® reader integrated (option)30 April, 2010, page 85
  75. 75. Access control module One card for all functions  access control  alarm activation and validation  management “on demand” functions Full interlocking doors system management Access one time limitation management Multi technologies  from magnetic stripes to biometric readers (proximity card, 125KHz, MSPASS, Biometry, Mifare®, …).30 April, 2010, page 86
  76. 76. Safes module – Interoperate with functions of SecurWave Safes management through the WavePad terminal  Opening, closing and confirmation management  Delayed opening depending of user or condition  Interoperate with access, users  Remote opening or confirmation  All states from the lock and the safe (open/close/break/seismic) Safes functions are processed with a dedicated automat to create “on demand” adaptations for customers. Bus périphérique30 April, 2010, page 87
  77. 77. A graphical and normalized language allow you … A new “graphical approach” to programming allows the installer when it’s imperative to :  Validate – the customer specifications  Build – a specific need directly on the SecurInstaller GUI  Simplify – test “step” with a pre-validation before the installation  Modify – the reading is graphic and easier !  Re use and share macro functions .30 April, 2010, page 88
  78. 78. SecurWave is fully remotely manageable Decreasing of local intervention with:  a full remote management with credential check  Limitation of rights for remote diagnostics  Reading remotely the full logs events  Fine state of transmission with measurement of each transmission  Check of installation with a document to certified the full validation30 April, 2010, page 89
  79. 79. SecurManager30 April, 2010, page 90
  80. 80. SecurWave, for Banking Hotline Security Support Manager Web browser Web Server (IIS) Database Server Remote Surveillance30 April, 2010, page 91
  81. 81. SDK « Plugin »  The plugin concept allows following services :  access to the SecurManager database  access to commands (zone/sensors/…) with webservices  multi language support  SecurManager credentials specialisation for plugins  easy registration of specifics plugins30 April, 2010, page 92
  82. 82. Statistics on alarms during a period30 April, 2010, page 93
  83. 83. Example of plugin “version controller”30 April, 2010, page 94
  84. 84. SecurManager CIT Bank Security Database30 April, 2010, page 96 Installer Remote Monitoring
  85. 85. Agenda Agenda 12.30—13.30 : Walking Dinner 13.30—13.45 : Welcome Word by the General Manager 13.45—14.15 : Access Control Solutions for Banks 14.15—14.45 : Electronic Solutions for Banks 14.45—15:00 : Coffee 15.00—15.30 : Secure Storage Solutions for Banks 15.30—16.00 : Cash Automation Solutions for Banks 16.00— 18.00 : Technology Workshops30 April, 2010, page 97
  86. 86. Secure Storage Solutions for BanksGunnebo Belgium seminar - April 2010
  87. 87. Secure storage Secure storage : products or solutions geared to secure valuable against various identified risks such as:  Robbery  Fire  Explosion  Bullet Gunnebo as a company, can provide such solutions, covering one or more of the above risks. Products and solutions are sold under the following brands:30 April, 2010, page 99
  88. 88. EN standards relevantEuropean standards review to Secure Storage reference Standard Issued Last rev. EN 1143-1 Safes and strong rooms 1997 EN 1143-1 Amendment 1/ATM safes 2001 2005 Amendment 2/ATM core drill resistance 2001 2007 strong rooms (Amendment 3/gas resistant safes) (2010) EN 1143-2 Deposit systems 2001 2009 EN 14450 Security cabinets (small safes) 2005 EN 1047-1 Fire resisting data cabinets 1996 2005 EN 1047-2 Fire resisting data rooms & containers 1999 2009 PrEN15569 Light fire storage unit 2007 EN(V)1300 High security locks 1999 200430 April, 2010, page 100
  89. 89. Geared to Bank solutionsSolutions for CIT/back office area: Solutions for office (archives):-Transfer safes - Fire proof cabinets- Safes - Security cabinets- Security doors Solutions for customers-Solution for restricted areacustomers area - Robot locker (Safestore- Deposits Auto)(Safebags) - Traditional vault rooms - Assembled safe30 April, 2010, page 101
  90. 90. Security door: a way to secure CIT/technical area  Main characteristics  Steel doors  Burglary & hold up protection  Options:  Ballistic protection  Mechanical or electrical locking  Emergency opening function with automatic reset  Ram raid protection Ram raid protection30 April, 2010, page 102 Automatic reset
  91. 91. New products from Gunnebo: safes Certified EN 1143-130 April, 2010, page 103
  92. 92. SafeBag products that can provide solutions ADX-H (basic) ADX-C ADX-N SB500 RSB30 MI630 April, 2010, page 104
  93. 93. Trend All cash is handled by branch employees Same Day crediting at NS Public area DESK Secure area ATM Safee NS30 April, 2010, page 105
  94. 94. Schematic Process Overview info info Bank Bank System Client Employee Cash transport cash cash30 April, 2010, page 106
  95. 95. Schematic Process Overview info info info Machine Bank Bank System Client (Function) Employee Cash transport cash cash cash30 April, 2010, page 107
  96. 96. The effect of Online Connection Cash is nothandled by All cash is handled by branch employees branch employees Same Day crediting at NS Cashless Shops Public area DESK Secure area ATM Safee NS30 April, 2010, page 108
  97. 97. Online Connection info info info Machine Bank Bank System Client (Function) Employee Cash transport cash cash cash • With advanced functions, the Bank employee is not needed30 April, 2010, page 109
  98. 98. Online Connection Internet info info Machine Bank System Client (Function) Cash transport cash cash •Sealbag deposit machines can now be installed outside the regular bank branches, even at retailers where the bank controls and the CIT services.30 April, 2010, page 110
  99. 99. Some Products30 April, 2010, page 111
  100. 100. Physical SafeBag Product Matrix The complete sealbag deposit range indoor outdoor mechanical motorised mechanical motorised Uncertified DFX/RDS ADX (MI5) RSB30 Certified EN1143-2 N SB200 SB500 MI5 MI6 (RSB30)30 April, 2010, page 112
  101. 101. Products Value Issuing30 April, 2010, page 113
  102. 102. Value issuing at a cashless shop $ $ CLX ATM Safee NS30 April, 2010, page 114
  103. 103. Value issuing solution SafeBag CLX-N •Access through card and pin pad •The lower locker can be used for deposit •Browser based software to operate •Touch screen in the rear •Valuables can be given out in a secure way •Designed for banks to communicate with CIT •Fits in the lobby concept where CIT does the service30 April, 2010, page 115
  104. 104. The added value of SafeBag You : •can improve physical security •save money with an improved cash handling process •don’t need (or can save on) employees for this •can add security and control all transfer processes •can offer same day crediting to your clients •know about a non functioning machine before your client discovers it. •can outsource non core business. •Cash handling •Servicing (Gunnebo Business?) •Monitoring (Gunnebo Business?) •are able to offer the service where needed (shopping center) Your clients •can deposit easy, fast and secure •can have their money on their account immediately •can let their employees do the deposit for them Cash transport (CIT) •can pick up the money when needed •can register the transfer automatically •don’t need to do administration on site30 April, 2010, page 116
  105. 105. SafeStore Auto Emmanuel Harir-Forouch
  106. 106. SafeStore Auto : Automation solution SafeStore Auto is an Automated self-service system for safe deposit lockers. At this time, more than 500 robots work every day in the world…30 April, 2010, page 118
  107. 107. How SafeStore Auto could stick with the strategy of banks? 1. Proximity : Must be closer to the customer Smart to Ergonomic arrange in a Disabled cramped Removal people space Good image 2. Flexibility : Adjust the opening hours. ATM: Service with High reliability rate New service for round-the the client clock-access 3. Focus on Core-business : « Transactions, the customer is to make» Focus on more profitable More space Wider solution: business : dedicated to the Night & Day Back Office sales deposit optimized 4. Improvement in profitability : Reduce the costs, pooling services… Less/free staff Space save dedicated to Long-term more than SDL investment 50%30 April, 2010, page 119
  108. 108. SafeStore Auto range SafeStore A Mini SafeStore A Midi SafeStore A Maxi Lookers behind, above Ground floor installation or below the self- service terminal Software interface: SafeControl30 April, 2010, page 120
  109. 109. SafeControl SafeControl, software for SafeStore Auto Expands customer service Optimize back office Strenghtens security Remote control or network setting up30 April, 2010, page 121
  110. 110. SafeStore Auto Mini : 2 650 1 920 Height = 1 920 mm Height= 2 650 mm Weight = 3 000 kg Weight = 4 000 kg30 April, 2010, page 122
  111. 111. SafeStore Auto Mini & Midi : Setting up According to the model maintenance access will be behind or in front of. Certification Class VII.30 April, 2010, page 123
  112. 112. SafeStore Auto Maxi : Setting up30 April, 2010, page 124
  113. 113. Installation of a SafeStore Auto Mini30 April, 2010, page 125
  114. 114. Installation of a SafeStore Auto Mini30 April, 2010, page 126
  115. 115. Mini version with adaptation for disabled people30 April, 2010, page 127
  116. 116. Some references in the world… SBERBANK Etablished in 184130 April, 2010, page 128
  117. 117. Agenda Agenda 12.30—13.30 : Walking Dinner 13.30—13.45 : Welcome Word by the General Manager 13.45—14.15 : Access Control Solutions for Banks 14.15—14.45 : Electronic Solutions for Banks 14.45—15:00 : Coffee 15.00—15.30 : Secure Storage Solutions for Banks 15.30—16.00 : Cash Automation Solutions for Banks 16.00— 18.00 : Technology Workshops30 April, 2010, page 129
  118. 118. Cash Automation Solutions for BanksFrans de WitCompetence Centre Cash Automation
  119. 119. Bank Security & Cash Handling: Market Scope Global Bank Security & Cash Handling Retail BanksNational Central Banks Retail Stores CIT, Cash in Transit Co’s Outsourcing Process Strong Growth Cash handling improvement • Cash- • Consolidation • Cost handling • Contol of of Cashlogistics efficiency • Focus core Security • Expand •Cash competence •Cost effective service offering Management cash handling • Service offer customer30 April, 2010, page 131
  120. 120. Security product scope Service Cash Automation Secure Storage Entrance Control Electronic Security30 April, 2010, page 132
  121. 121. A Cash handling concept for Retail & CIT Gunnebo Consumer Front office Back office CIT . Server SafePay SCL SafePay NR + CR Front office – Self service SafePay CTU Back office SafePay Station SafeCash Retail Deposit Coin handling Retailer SafeCoin C/R SafeCash30 April, 2010, page 133 Retail Station
  122. 122. Front- or back-office, all monitored via the same platform HQ Retail CIT Bank Gunnebo Internet Data Center SPC server Back-up server Retail Chain A Retail Chain B DB server Product independent30 April, 2010, page 134
  123. 123. Bank Security & Cash handling: The concept30 April, 2010, page 135
  124. 124. Cash handling for Banks, CIT & Customer Notes Coins Valuables30 April, 2010, page 136
  125. 125. The possible processes Notes Combinations – Multi functional In Out In/Out or Recycling Coins In Out In/Out or Recycling Valuables In Out In/Out or Recycling30 April, 2010, page 137
  126. 126. The self-service cash handling solutions Notes Wide range of electronic locks, incl. special CIT locks Service SafeCash R4 SafeCash R4 SafeCash xxx Coins SafeCoin C SafeCoin D SafeCoin xxx Valuables SafeBag / SafeStore SafeBag / SafeStore SafeBag / SafeStore CITCustomer Monitoring solutions30 April, 2010, page 138
  127. 127. SafeCash R4 24/7 True self-service note handling machine Freestanding frontload, Through the wall rearload Capacity of 12.500 notes sorted in 5 cassettes (Art 6 + fit) Ink protection of cassettes possible Off-line & on-line possibilities Notes are safely stored in safe (Grade III, IV) Article 6 compliant by ECB Advance monitoring solutions 6 possible operation modes with one machine:  Cash In  Cash Out  Cash In/Out  Cash Recycling  Cash Exchange  Multi currency Multi functional sidecars:  Coin deposit  Coin Recycling  Envelop deposit  Coin roll dispensing30 April, 2010, page 139
  128. 128. SafeCoin D 24/7 self-service exchange/dispense machine Available Through The Wall (TTW) or Freestanding (FS) Exchange and dispense cash for cash  Notes & Coins for  Coin rolls, Notes & Coins On-line possibilities via POS Extensive fee table possibilities Advanced monitoring solutionsD900 Able to dispense both coin rolls & sachets30 April, 2010, page 140
  129. 129. SafeControl Monitoring A single web-based portal connecting you to an entire network of self-service machines. Products connected:  SafeCash  SafeCoin  SafeBag  SafeLock  Others.. A small summary of functionalities available:  Dedicated rights for each user  Status on machines and content  Audit trail  Management info & statistics  Remote control & uploading of software  ….30 April, 2010, page 141
  130. 130. Example30 April, 2010, page 142
  131. 131. SafePay™Secure cash handling solution
  132. 132. You can’t get rid of cash, but what about yourcash handling problems? Problems with Cash Cash handling Goals Security  Robbery and theft  Ensure that cash is not exposed in  Manual administration store  Cash differences Internal shrinkage  No cash differences Reduce handling costs  Close back office, reduce admin, improved control Benefits of Cash Customer focus  No fees  More customer facing time  Direct payment Outsource cash handling  Customer demand  Buy cash handling as service from CIT30 April, 2010, page 145
  133. 133. Completely Closed Solution DU / IDU / SDU Protected transport cassettes INK SafePay™ Control Web based reporting and reconciliation SafePay™ NR Note Recycler SafePay™ SCL SafePay™ CTU Transfer Unit Transfer Unit SafePay™ CR Coin Recycler30 April, 2010, page 146
  134. 134. Flexible Shop Concepts LARGE CHECKOUT LINES SELF CHECKOUT SOLUTIONS RESTAURANT SEPARATED SCANNING AND PAYMENT RETURNS DUAL CHECKOUTS30 April, 2010, page 147
  135. 135. Completely closed check-out CUSTOMER PAYMENT CASHIER REFILLING AND MAINTENANCE Controlled Closed during multi-currency refilling refilling, emptying support or maintenance Simple to use Authenticity control Supports CashBack END-OF-DAY AND TRANSPORT Closed and Ink Controlled protection30 April, 2010, page 148
  136. 136. Completeley Closed Back OfficeINK PROTECTED CASSETTE CIT PICKS UP STANDARDAUTOMATICALLY DEPOSITED DFORMAT SECURITY CASE30 April, 2010, page 149
  137. 137. Completeley Closed CIT Transport SECURITY CASE DOCKED DIRECTLY BENEFITS OF SAFEPAY™ SCL TO IN CAR RACKING SYSTEM CONCEPT  Clear division of responsibility  Pickups without access to store  No involvement of store personnel  Adapted to CIT infrastructure  Ink and security required for CIT use  High reliability30 April, 2010, page 150
  138. 138. SafePay™ Control Live monitoring and Refilling and status STORE 1 STORE 2 STORE 3 purchase planning End-of day and cash Information to control optimize routines SafePay™ Control Security monitoring Open platform for external services  CIT  BANK BANK SERVICE CIT30 April, 2010, page 151
  139. 139. Benefits from closed cash handling Cost reduction Store Environment Security CASH WORK ADMINISTRATION ENVIRONMENT ROBBERY PROTECTION CUSTOMER CIT EXPERIENCE LOSS PREVENTION SHOP CASH FLOW CONCEPT ALTERNATE SECURITY INVESTMENTS30 April, 2010, page 153
  140. 140. Which solution is right for me?30 April, 2010, page 154
  141. 141. Cash Handling Staircase Investment SafePay™  Security  No manual cash handling SafeCash  No cash responsibility Retail Station  Staff flexibility  Preparation of till SafeCash  Delivery on demand Retail Deposit  Automatic reconciliation  End of Day Counting  Pickup on Demand  Direct Credit Cash handling process30 April, 2010, page 155
  142. 142. Relative Benefits Deposit Retail Station SafePay™  Low investment  No POS  Fully closed cash  Small change for integration handling staff  No impact on sales area  Front office loss  Easy to prevention understand  Replaces  Fits standard standard safe  Modular solution CIT offer  Fits new CIT offer  Unique offer30 April, 2010, page 156
  143. 143. Front- or back-office, all monitored via the same platform HQ Retail CIT Bank Gunnebo Internet Gunnebo data center SPC server Back-up server Retail Chain A Retail Chain B DB server Product independent30 April, 2010, page 157
  144. 144. Agenda Agenda 09.00—09.30 : BreakFast 09.30—09.45 : Welcome Word by the General Manager 09.45—10.15 : Electronic Solutions for Banks 10.15—10.45 : Cash Automation Solutions for Banks 10.45—11:00 : Coffee 11.00—11.30 : Secure Storage Solutions for Banks 11.30—12.00 : Cash Automation for Banks 12.00— 13.00 : Technology Workshops30 April, 2010, page 158
  145. 145. Agenda Agenda 12.30—13.30 : Walking Dinner 13.30—13.45 : Welcome Word by the General Manager 13.45—14.15 : Access Control Solutions for Banks 14.15—14.45 : Electronic Solutions for Banks 14.45—15:00 : Coffee 15.00—15.30 : Secure Storage Solutions for Banks 15.30—16.00 : Cash Automation Solutions for Banks 16.00— 18.00 : Technology Workshops30 April, 2010, page 159
  146. 146. Workshop Organization
  147. 147. Workshops Company Name 2 Workshop 1 Workshop 2 Workshop 3 Workshop 4 Workshop 5 Workshop 6 Workshop 7 sales2 ING Mijnheer Vivian OP SSA EC ES SS Serv CA BBE ING Mijnheer Stevens OP SSA EC ES SS Serv CA BBE KBC Mijnheer Schoeters ES SS Serv CA OP SSA EC DBA KBC Mijnheer De Boeck ES SS Serv CA OP SSA EC DBA KBC Mijnheer De Laet ES SS Serv CA OP SSA EC DBA KBC Mijnheer Van Der Weken ES SS Serv CA OP SSA EC DBA KBC Mijnheer Dejonckheere ES SS Serv CA OP SSA EC DBA Keytrade Bank Mijnheer Depaepe Serv CA OP SSA EC ES SS RVA Keytrade Bank Mijnheer Penne Serv CA OP SSA EC ES SS RVA Deutsche Bank Mijnheer Jos Potargent Serv CA OP SSA EC ES SS RVA30 April, 2010, page 161
  148. 148. Further Information on : www.gunnebo.be

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