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					                    Baxall CCTV –
                 The Transition to IP
John Goy
Applications Mgr – Networks
Baxall Limited

Bredbury Park Industrial Estate
Stockport SK6 2SU
United Kingdom
email: john.goy@baxall.com
phone: +44 (0) 161 406 6611
Web: www.baxall.com
     www.baxallnetworks.com
Yesterday’s Data Networks

                            Terminal
                                       Coax


              Coax                                  Coax


                               IBM


  Terminal                                                 Terminal


                                              Main Frame




             Coax                                   Coax



  Terminal           Coax                                  Terminal




                            Terminal
           Today’s Data Networks


                        Ethernet - Copper UTP




                                                   File Server
                                                                         Back Bone
                                                                         Ethernet/IP


               Ethernet - Copper UTP      Ethernet - Copper UTP   Ethernet - Copper UTP   Ethernet - Copper UTP




Work Station          Work Station               Work Station             Work Station           Work Station
    Tomorrow’s Networks
               Application
                 Server                 IP Phone
                                                                 WAN
       Workstation                                   1 2
                                                     4 5
                                                     7 8
                                                     *   8
                                                             3
                                                             6
                                                             9
                                                             #




                                                                                   Workstation




File Server


                                                                       1 2     3
                                                                       4 5     6
                                                                       7 8     9
                                                                       *   8   #




                                                                 IP Phone



        Workstation

                                         1 2     3




                      Workstation
                                         4 5     6
                                         7 8     9
                                         *   8   #




                                                                 WWW
                                    IP Phone
 Today’s CCTV Systems
Camera n


Camera n           Coaxial Analogue
                        Video

Camera n                                                        CCTV Monitor


Camera n                                                Coaxial Analogue
                                                             Video
Camera n


           Central Control/
             Recording

                                  Controller/Recorder




                                                    Keyboard
    Tomorrow’s CCTV Systems
                                  PTZ IP Camera




Fixed IP Camera    Fixed IP Camera       Ethernet - Copper UTP
                                                                   Fixed IP Camera     Fixed IP Camera



                                                                                                     Back Bone
                                                                                                    Ethernet/ATM



         CCTV Monitor



                                                      Fixed IP Camera           Fixed IP Camera


                                        Dome IP Camera



                    IP Keyboard
                   AVVID Networks
                                             IP Phone
                                IP Encoder                        NVR Client
                                                        1 2 3
                                                        4 5 6
                                                        7 8 9
                                                        *   8 #




               IP Camera
                                                                               Desktop PC




File Server
                                                                          IP Decoder




                                                                           MON




              NVR Server


                           IP Camera
                                              1 2 3
                                              4 5 6
                                              7 8 9
                                              *   8 #




                                                                    WWW
                                       IP Phone
What IP-CCTV Isn’t!
      The Misconceptions:
 What Live Networked Video Isn’t


Web cams !
  × Low frame rate (1,2 frames per sec)
  × Difficult to scale
  × Low resolution
  × Poorly integrated
  × Low quality
  × USB connectivity
   Why choose Baxall
Network Video Solutions ?
                    Destiny IPTM

• Cameras with integral video server
• Video Server
• Hardware Client
• PC Viewer and
  controller/configuration
• Keyboard with integrated system
  control element
• PTZ integration, BaxNet
• Network Video Recorder
Software Development Kit
Custom GUI
Integration into BMS / Access       SDK              Multiple points of control
Available via VNI only                          Unlimited cameras & monitors
                                    PC
                                               CCTV / Access / BMS / Intruder
                                  Controller        Admin, View , and Record

View, Record & Control
                                   CCTV
up to 16 cameras by job or
Alarm /event
                                 Lite & Plus
                                                Single point Control and view
Colour & motion detection
                                               Unlimited cameras & monitors
                                 PC Viewer
                                               Record 1 camera / view 1 to 4
                                                alarm functionality and audio

Distributed viewing
                                 Web Server
MS Explorer / Netscape.
Alarm reporting & FTP facility
Remote Control
                   Why Baxall?

•   Technology Agnostic – Analogue/ATM/IP
•   End to end – Camera/TX/Display/Sys Mgt/Control
•   Net Stds Interoperability – 802.1p/802.3/IGMP/H.261etc
•   Built to last – Company and product
•   Investment – 10% sales returned to internal R&D

           “CCTV Vendor creating true IP-CCTV
            solutions for the security industry”
       Top 5 Pre Spec Questions
Q1 How much bandwidth does a camera require?
    – H.261 (Upto 1.5Mbs) MJPEG (Upto 2Mbs) MPEG2/4 (up to 8Mbs)
Q2 How much storage do I require?
    – 16 cams for 30 days = 4.7TB (8 @ 750Kbs, 8 @ 1.2Mbs)
Q3 I have been told that Multicasting is a bad thing!
    – No problems using using Layer 3 Switched, IGMP enabled networks
Q4 How do I control movable cameras?
    – Interface via standard RS232, 485, or 422 serial comms
Q5 How many cameras can I deploy?
    – Using distributed rec, ctrl, and viewing over a correctly designed network
      there are no real limits!!! (Caltrans 17’000 cams, Brussels 700 cams etc)
              Case Studies
 Utilities
 Education
 Rest of World
Case Study 1

  Utilities
             Utilities Case Study
Background
• Responsible for the Delivery of electricity to 2.4 million customers
  over a 26,000 sq. kms service area
• Power derived from nuclear, oil, gas and wind
• 47’500kms of overhead line, 32’500kms of underground cable,
  70kms of submarine cable
• Extensive distribution network into Southwest England and South
  Wales
• 105 remote substations varying in step-up capacity 132KV up to
  400KV
• >70,000 km of quality ITU-T G652 fibre installed on the power
  transmission lines owned by them and operated by their sister
  company
                   Utilities Case Study
Drivers
•   A pair of real time eyes in the remote substation is essential to monitor coolant levels
    within high voltage transformers.
•   Unplanned power interruption must be kept to a minimum – avoiding wide spread
    disruption and customer disappointment
•   Extensive Cisco metro Ethernet network already deployed typically Gbit Ethernet to
    remote substations. Some WAN links as low as 128Kb/s
•   Chosen solution must be flexible enough to grow as and when new substations are added
    into the power distribution network.
•   Video must be fit for purpose with minimal latency when using PTZ dome cameras
•   Technology must support multicast video – allowing for efficient use of network bandwidth
    and enabling multiple operators access to the same video stream
•   Ability to ensure remote substation is secure and audio back to remote site to deter
    vandalism
              Utilities Case Study
Solution
• Full implementation if IP CCTV surveillance was deployed and based on
  DestinyIPTM
• Dome camera deployed with remote substation allowing service
  operator to monitor coolant levels with in 400KV transformers, giving
  visual indication of working status.
• Smooth integration of multicast video due to Cisco architecture
  supporting multicast with out need for costly network configuration
• Easy upgrade path for future camera/recording additions made possible
  using DestinyIPTM
• Acceptable/Usable PTZ latency typically <300ms over Metro Ethernet
  offering responsive PTZ operation
• Remote audio capabilities presented back to remote substation allowing
  operator to deter anti social/dangerous behaviour
           Utilities Case Study
ROI
• Removed the need for multiple field coolant
  engineers, coolant checks managed from HQ.
• Coolant level sensor also migrated onto IP network -
  video providing visual verification of alarm
• Minimises possibility of unplanned interruption, early
  deployment of rapid response teams.
• PTZ, Video, and Audio over single cable – cost
  saving over and above the analogue equivalent.
• To enable better emergency response to life or
  death situations
          Utilities Case Study
Further Uses
• To enable early warning of criminal activity.
• To provide notification and visual verification of
  intruder alarm triggers.
• Integration of access control – providing visual
  verification of person entering substation.
• Migration of existing external CCTV cameras on to IP
  network.
• Two way audio/video between HQ and on site
  engineer/contractor – verification of work carried
  out.
Utilities System Schematic
Case Study 2

 Education
      Education Case Study
Background
• Many distributed sites within towns, cities,
  boroughs and counties
• Discrete buildings to large sprawling campuses
• Normally open access to sites at all times bar
  dead of night
• Typically low budget CCTV installs but sizeable
  IT spends
• High cost of guarding for large campuses
  (£10k’s pa)
• Hitherto additional cost of dial-up or leased
  line to transmit remote video now broadband
  Internet services (£10k’s)
        Education Case Study
Drivers
• Improve the consistency of quality of security and
  surveillance
• To maintain free and open access to individuals but to
  enable protection against crime
• Police requirement for visual verification of alarm
• To maximise the use of network video for non-security
  applications and hence place more justification within
  the IT spend
• To minimise the cost of manned guarding wherever
  possible
• To minimise the daytime load on the broadband WAN
  service, but to make use of during night time
         Education Case Study
Solution
• Using existing council owned/run town centre monitoring
  stations.
• Ability to link legacy systems via transparent video / audio
  and data links
• Daytime alarm verification by admin staff further reducing
  costs of on site/visiting security guards
• Increase in effectiveness due to use of highly trained/skilled
  operators and system intelligence
• Reduced insurance premiums through improved emergency
  response effectiveness
• Better analysis and control of some business processes
  (supplier mgt)
• Night time uses existing broadband links that are dormant out
  of school hours
      Education Case Study
Solution

• Distance learning / e-seminars

• Sick or problem child contingency learning

• Distributed group video conferencing

• Virtual open days

• In-room coaching and mentoring tool for first
  year probationary teachers
Education System Schematic
HQ Control of Current Install
Addition of New Cams via IP
Complete IP Solution
              Other References
 Caltrans – San Diego

 Cisco Comms rooms – Bedfont, Manchester, Glasgow

 The Vatican, Vatican City

 Schipol Airport, Amsterdam, NL

 Fire & Emergency Services – Denver, Colorado

 St Helens Town Centre

 East Lancs CC

 Thyssen Krups Manufacturing – Midlands

 Humberside CC
Questions and Answers

     Thank-you
baxallnetworks.com

				
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