CCTV Final

CCTV Final
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS: SURVEILLANCE CCTV SYSTEM
1.
Introduction:
1.1.
Surveillance CCTV system is required to ensure effective surveillance of an area as well
as create a tamperproof record for post event analysis. The System shall provide an online display of video images on TFT monitors/Video Wall/Large plasma monitors located
in Central as well as Local control rooms.
1.2.
System should facilitate viewing of live and recorded images and controlling of all
cameras by the authorized users present in the LAN.
1.3.
System should provide inter-operability of hardware, OS, software, networking, printing,
database connectivity, reporting, and communication protocols. System expansion
should be possible through off-the-shelf available hardware.
1.4.
Equipment with better specifications shall be accepted.
Note:
2.
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2.
NVR & Camera Server are synonymous in these specifications.
OEM of Cameras, Encoders, Decoders, NVR, Servers, NAS box/Raid
backup device, Workstations, Monitors, and Switches shall be ISO
firms & the offered products must be CE certified.
General Specifications:
2.1.
Proposed CCTV system shall be an open standard based integrated system with IP
network centric functional and management architecture aimed at providing high-speed
manual/automatic operation for best performance.
2.2.
System shall use video signals from various types of indoor/outdoor CCD colour cameras
installed at different locations, process them for viewing on workstations/monitors at
Central Control Room/local control rooms and simultaneously record all the cameras
after compression using MPEG 4 or better standard. Joystick or Mouse-Keyboard
controllers shall be used for Pan, Tilt, Zoom, and other functions of desired cameras.
2.3.
System shall have combination of Digital CCD Colour video Cameras with individual IP
address, analog CCD Colour Video Cameras with Fixed or P/T/Z Lens, encoders /
decoders, Network Video recorders (NVR/CAMERA SERVER), Network attached storage
(NAS) / Raid backup device for recording, Application software, Colour Video Monitors,
Keyboards with Joystick controllers / Mouse-Keyboard, software based Video Matrix
Switcher, workstation for System Administration / Management / Maintenance etc.
2.4.
The NVR / CAMERA SERVER can be embedded type or server based. However the NVR /
CAMERA SERVER software shall run on common off the shelf available servers (Camera
server & Database server). Each NVR / Camera Server shall be able to handle 36 or
more cameras.
2.5.
Network Video Recorder shall offer both video stream management and video stream
storage management. Recording frame rate & resolution in respect of individual channel
shall be programmable.
2.6.
System should ensure that once recorded, the video can not be altered, ensuring the
audit trail is intact for evidential purposes.
2.7.
System shall provide sufficient storage of all the camera recordings for a period of 30
days or more @ 25 FPS, at 4 CIF or better quality using necessary compression
techniques for all cameras (extended capacity of cameras i.e. present capacity + 25 %).
2.8.
System shall use a combination of IP enabled cameras & analog CCD cameras with
external encoder. The video shall be compressed using MPEG-4 or better standard and
streamed over the IP network.
2.9.
Encoders shall digitize analog video, compress the digital video using various
compression algorithms (MPEG - 4 or better standard), and transmit the compressed
digital video over packet-based IP network. Encoders shall have less than 200 ms of
latency and shall support dual stream – MPEG 4.
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2.10. The recording resolution and frame rate for each camera shall be user programmable.
2.11. The Area under surveillance shall be monitored and controlled from Central/Local
Control Room(s) through workstations and Joystick controllers.
2.12. Surveillance CCTV System shall operate on 230 V, 50 Hz single -phase power supply.
Power for all the equipment will be conditioned using on-line UPS with minimum 30
minutes or more back up. If any equipment operates on any voltage other than the
supply voltage and supply frequency, necessary conversion/correction device for supply
shall be supplied along with the equipment.
2.13. All the control equipments e.g. servers, NVR/CAMERA SERVER, NAS/Raid backup device,
decoders etc. shall be provided in standard Racks.
2.14. All the indoor cameras & control equipment shall be suitable for operation from 100 C to
400 C and relative humidity up to 80 % non-condensing. Cameras & other equipment,
meant for outdoor installations, shall be suitable to work from (-) 10o C to (+) 50o C with
RH up to 90% non-condensing. This temperature range may be achieved with or
without heater.
3.
System requirements:
3.1
Camera with external encoder or IP Camera shall be used for image capture.
3.2
Indoor cameras shall be either with fixed focal length lens or with Pan/Tilt & Zoom lens
as per site requirement. All outdoor Cameras shall be Day/Night cameras.
3.3
Housing of cameras meant for indoor use shall be of IP 42 rating whereas outdoor
camera housing shall be of IP 66 or better rating. These must be integrated by the
camera manufacturer.
3.4
System must provide built-in facility of watermarking or Digital certificate to ensure
tamperproof recording so that these can be used as evidence at a later date, if so
desired. The recording shall support audit trail feature.
3.5
All camera recordings shall have Camera ID & location/area of recording as well as
date/time stamp. Camera ID, Location/Area of recording & date/time shall be
programmable by the system administrator with User ID & Password.
3.6
Facility of camera recording in real-time mode (25 FPS)/15/12.5/10 or lower FPS as well
as in any desired combination must be available in the system.
3.7
Facility of Camera recording in CIF, 2CIF, 4 CIF as well as in any combination i.e. any
camera can be recorded in any quality – Selective or Group of cameras must be
available in the system.
3.8
System to have facility of additional camera installation beyond the originally planned
capacity.
3.9
In order to optimize the memory, while recording, video shall be compressed using
MPEG-4 or better standard and streamed over the IP network. Once on the network,
video can be viewed on a Control room workstation or on analog monitor using a
hardware decoder (MPEG-4/compatible standard Receiver) and shall be recorded on
NVR/CAMERA SERVER and shall be backed up on NAS/RAID Backup device.
3.10
System shall be triplex i.e. it should provide facility of Viewing, Recording & Replay
simultaneously.
3.11
The offered system shall have facility to export the desired portion of clipping (from a
desired date/time to another desired date/time) on CD or DVD. Viewing of this recording
shall be possible on standard PC using standard software like windows media player etc.
3.12
PTZ Cameras shall have 64 or more pre-defined positions, to be selected through
suitable input alarm.
3.13
Redundancy/Fail-over feature is required i.e. in case of failure of an NVR/CAMERA
SERVER the relevant cameras shall automatically switch over to the redundant
NVR/CAMERA SERVER.
3.14
System shall have provision of WAN connectivity for remote monitoring.
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4.
5.
System design:
4.1
Each camera should be connected to a Hardware Encoder, through cable, which shall
support minimum dual streams. Alternatively, the camera shall be IP based, UTP ready.
The encoders should be capable of producing streams @ 25 fps for each camera for
viewing on LAN and on monitors and also recording into the NVR/CAMERA
SERVER/Camera servers and NAS box/Raid backup device @ 25 fps or lower frame rate,
user selectable as per requirement, for each individual camera.
4.2
Encoders shall be Power Over Ethernet (POE) compliant and connected to Layer 2 or
Layer 3 switch as per system design using UTP CAT 6 Cable or fiber optic cable and the
required connectors as per standards.
4.3
Central/Local Control Room will have workstations along with controllers for Camera
operation. For monitoring purposes, Video monitors/Plasma monitors/Video wall shall be
setup with suitable mounting arrangements, as per user requirements. Facility for
viewing and controlling all the cameras at various other locations, as required, shall be
provided.
4.4
Monitoring at Local control rooms may be restricted to operation of certain cameras only
& system administrator should be able to configure the system, accordingly. More then
one Local Control rooms may be required in the proposed system with individual
configuration.
4.5
Each control room may have one or more Operators simultaneously using the installed
Video monitors/Video wall. Operator control on cameras shall be on a static basis or
rotary basis depending on the policies to be decided at site.
4.6
There shall be a Control System with Video Control Software to manage all the video
surveillance devices.
4.7
Database Server shall keep track of all configurations & events. This will help in proper
System administration & management of redundancies etc.
4.8
Video stream from individual cameras shall be recorded on respective NVR/Camera
Server &, subsequently, archived to NAS box/RAID backup device. System shall have
provision to automatically over-write the new information after the period of 30/31 days
& necessary script/algorithm must be available in the Application.
4.9
All the workstations in LAN should be provided with software to view and control the
cameras, encoders and retrieve the recorded video images from the NVR/CAMERA
SERVER/NAS/Raid backup device seamlessly.
Video Surveillance Application Software
5.1
The software shall operate on open architecture for integration with perimeter safety,
access control, PA and fire / safety systems based on open standards.
5.2
Digital video surveillance control software should be capable to display and manage the
entire surveillance system. It should be capable of supporting variety of devices such as
cameras, video encoders, video decoders, PTZ controller, NVR, NAS boxes/Raid backup
device etc.
5.3
The software should have inbuilt facility to store configuration of encoders / decoders
and cameras.
5.4
The software should Support flexible 1/2/4 Windows Split screen display mode or scroll
mode on the PC monitor or on preview monitor as per site requirement.
5.5
The software should be able to control all cameras i.e. PTZ control, Iris control, auto /
manual focus, and color balance of camera, Selection of presets, Video tour selection
etc.
5.6
There must be a single encoder for each camera.
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5.7
The software is required to generate reports of stored device configuration. The control
software is required to provide alarm and alarm log. The log shall be able to be
achieved, printed and displayed using a device filter, a device group filter and/or a time
window.
5.8
The software should have user access authority configurable on per device or per device
group basis. The user shall have the facility to request the access of any camera and
can control the camera for a reservation period. Control of camera is released after the
reservation period.
5.9
The system shall provide User activity log (audit trail) with user di , time stamp, and
action performed, etc.
5.10
The administrator should be able to add, edit & delete users with rights. It shall be
possible to view ability / rights of each user or the cameras which can be viewed &
controlled as per the permission assigned by the administrator.
5.11
The users should be on a hierarchical basis as assigned by the administrator. The higher
priority person can take control of cameras, which are already being controlled by a
lower priority user. There should be minimum 3 hierarchical le vels of security for
providing user level log in.
5.12
It should have recording modes viz. continuous, manual, or programmed modes on
date, time and camera-wise. All modes should be disabled and enabled using scheduled
configuration. It should also be possible to search and replay the recorded images on
date, time and camera-wise. It should provide onscreen controls for remote operation of
PTZ cameras. It should have the facility for scheduled recording. Different recording
speeds (fps) and resolution for each recording mode for each camera should be
possible.
5.13
It should provide programmable motion detection and recording, to be defined areawise. System must be able to support video motion detection algorithms to detect and
track objects, Learn the scene, Adapt to a changing outdoor environment, Ignore
environmental changes including rain, hail, wind, swaying trees and gradual light
changes.
5.14
The settings shall be individually configurable for each alarm and each camera prerecord duration. This shall allow the Camera Server to capture video prior to the
alarm/event, as well as after the alarm/event. Shall be selectable from a list of values
ranging between 0 seconds and 5 minutes.
5.15
The software for clients should also be working on a browser based system for remote
users. This will allow any authorized user to display the video of any desired camera on
the monitor with full PTZ and associated controls.
5.16
Retrieval: The CCTV application should allow retrieval of data instantaneously or any
date / time interval chosen through search functionality of the application software. In
case data is older than 30 days and available, the retrieval should be possible. The
system should also allow for backup of specific data on any drives like CD/DVD/Blu ray
Recorders or any other device in a format which can be replayed through a standard PC
based software. Log of any such activity should be maintained by the system which can
be audited at a later date.
5.17
Backup: Online backup should be maintained to protect against storage failure.
5.18
Storage: Data storage should be at a central location in the airport. The capacity of the
storage should be equal to 30 days of recoding of all cameras at 25 fps/4 CIF. The
system should follow FIFO on recording.
5.19
Artificial Intelligence: It shall have image tracking facility. If any object is found to be
stationary for a pre-defined period the system shall track the event and alert the
operator. This facility shall be provided on select cameras at entry point, check-in
counters, X-Ray BIS points, SHA and as defined by the tenderer. The system must have
the features for identifying tail-gating, vehicle detection features, unattended baggage
identification, queuing analysis, external text insertion feature and intruder detection.
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6.
DETAILED TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
6.1
Colour video Dome Camera with PTZ
Image Device
Focal length
Interline transfer 1/4" or better format CCD sensor
4 mm to 72 mm or better (for Artificial Intelligence Cameras with
better focal length i.e; 3.5 mm to 91 mm to be used)
Optical zoom (For 18 X or better
Indoor Camera)
Optical zoom (For 26 X or better
Outdoor Camera)
Number of Pixels 720 X 576
Scanning System PAL
Resolution
480 TVL or better
Illumination (For 1.0 Lux (Color), 0.1 Lux (B/W) or better
Indoor camera)
Illumination (For 1.0 Lux (Color), 0.05 Lux (B/W) or better
Outdoor camera)
Pan Travel
360º Continuous
Tilt Travel
0 - 90º
Manual Tilt Speed 0.5°/SEC to 90°/SEC
Manual
pan 0.5°/SEC to 90°/SEC
speed
Preset Tilt speed
0.5°/SEC to 90°/SEC
Preset Pan Speed
Preset positions
Iris Control
Focus
Back
Light
compensation
White balance
Electronic shutter
S/N ratio
Power supply
6.2
0.5°/SEC to 300°/SEC
Min. 64
Auto
Auto
Required with black masking or other suitable technology
Auto
Auto
>= 48 dB
As per OEM's design, however generally AC 230 V @ 50Hz/12V or
24 V AC Rectifier and SMPS if DC supply
Fixed Colour Dome Camera Varifocal
Image Device
Number
of
Minimum
Scanning System
Resolution
Min Illumination
S/N Ratio
Electronic Shutter
Lens
1/3” or ¼” CCD Sensor
Pixels 720 x 576
Backlight compensation
Power supply
6.3
PAL
480 TV Lines or better
1 Lux at F 1.2
>=48 dB
AUTO
Built-in Varifocal lens. Auto Iris, lens f = 4 – 9 mm.
(approx.)
Required
As per OEM's design
MPEG4 ENCODER (HARDWARE BASED)
6.3.1 The encoder shall be built on embedded processor and real time operating system. The
Encoder should convert Analog Composite/S-Video input into good quality digital stream
on real time basis and shall be able to transmit as Unicast /Multicast IP packet with low
latency (less than 200 mSec.) for live viewing as well as for recording.
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6.3.2 The video resolution should be configurable at either of 4 CIF, 2 CIF, CIF @ 25 fps or at
lower frame rate per camera, user selectable.
6.3.3 The encoder should generate MPEG4 video stream Compliant with ISO/IEC 14496
standard. The encoder should be interchangeable with any standard encoder of any
other make, which generates MPEG4 video stream Compliant with ISO/IEC 14496
standard.
6.3.4 The Encoder should have the following specifications or should match with the
requirement.
Format
PAL color, B/W, composite, 25 fps,
2:1 interlaced
Resolution (H x V pixels) 4 CIF 704 x 576, 2 CIF , CIF, QCIF
Frame Rate
25 fps (PAL) and lower
Encoding
MPEG-4 Compliant with ISO/ IEC 14496 Standard
Video Parameters
Brightness, contrast, hue, sharpness, and sizing selectable
Video Latency
Less than 200 mSec.
Connectors
BNC for Composite Video for input, suitable connectors for
Power, Alarm in, and Alarm out, RJ-45 for Ethernet 10/100
Base-T output.
IP Address
Static IP Address or as per System requirement.
MPEG4 standard
Compliant with ISO / IEC14496
IP Packets
Unicast and Multicast
POE
Compliant
Power supply
As per OEM's design
6.4
NETWORK ATTACHED STORAGE (NAS)/RAID BACKUP DEVICE
6.4.1 NAS box/RAID backup device shall be used to record video streams based on the
configuration assigned by administrator. Workstations & Servers within the LAN should
be able to access the recorded video streams. The NAS/RAID backup device should
support simultaneous play back and recording at full duplex operation.
6.4.2 It shall provide a high quality recording storage and play back of images. It should
support integration with LAN to provide Centralized Management and shall operate on
Windows / Linux OS. Support of user management for security level control and
authentication required. These NAS boxes/RAID backup device should have the
following features and specifications:
Onboard CPU
Onboard Memory
HD Drive
Host Interface
RAID Support
Network Transport Protocols
Network File Protocols
Drive Status /Space Monitoring
Operating System (OS)
Power supply
Dual Intel Xeon R Support up to 2.8 GHz
2 GB DDR RAM
As per system requirement
Dual Gigabit Ethernet
RAID levels 0, 1, and 5
TCP/IP
CIFS, NFS, HTTP/HTTPS, FTP, NTP, SNMP, SMTP,
DHCP and DNS
Supported
MS Windows OS (Latest version) or Linux
Hot pluggable Redundant Power Supply
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6.5
Workstation
CPU
Pentium ® 4 Processor 3.4 GHz, 800FSB, 2 MB Cache or
better
Mother Board
Intel Original Mother Board
Memory
2 GB DDR RAM
Hard Drives
180 GB or more
Floppy Drive
1.44 MB
Keyboards
PS /2 Keyboard
Mouse
Optical Mouse with scroll
Video Card
In Built 2 Nos for connecting 2 monitors
RAID
Supported
Network Adapter (NIC)
Integrated 10/100/1000 Base -T
Sound Card
In- Built
DVD writer
DVD+16x –16x, RW +8x -6x, CDW 48x, Blu Ray
Monitor
19" TFT monitor
USB 2.0 or fire wire card 2 nos. at front panel
Operating system
MS Windows OS or Linux (Latest versions) at the time of
tender.
Anti Virus Software
Latest software at the time of tender.
6.6
NVR/Camera/Database Server
CPU
Pentium IV or Xeon, 3.2GHz or higher
Memory
2 GB DDR RAM
Hard Drives
2 TB with RAID 5 Support
DVD writer
External DVD+16x –16x, RW +8x -6x, CDW 48x, Blu Ray
Network Adapter (NIC)
Dual TCP/IP Integrated 10/100/1000 Base –T
Sound Card
In- Built
Graphic Card
Super VGA non-interlaced graphics card capable of 1024 x
768 pixel resolution and 65K colors (or true color) with 4MB
video memory or better
Recording Speed
25 fps / channel (minimum 32 channel)
USB 2.0 or fire wall
2 nos. at front panel
Keyboards
PS/2 Keyboard
Mouse
Optical Mouse with scroll
Monitors
19" TFT
Operating system
MS Windows OS or Linux (Latest versions) at the time of
tender.
Anti Virus Software
Latest software at the time of tender.
6.7
Camera Housing & mount: The camera mount should be:
i.
Of the same make as that of camera and suitable for the model number offered as
specified by the manufacturer and should be an integrated unit.
ii.
Should be compact and indoor / outdoor type as required.
iii.
Should support the weight of camera and accessories such as housing, pan & tilt
head in any vertical or horizontal position etc.
6.8
Speed dome controller/PTZ controller
Speed Dome Controller should have variable speed joystick, LCD display for
programming and it should be able to control the speed dome for PAN / TILT / Zoom.
6.9
Cables
Sr. No.
Connectivity
1 Camera to Video Encoder
2 Video Encoder to Switch in control room
3 Switch to Video Wall Switches
4 From switches to NAS Box
5 Hardware Decoder to monitor
Cable Type
Coaxial RG 6/U / CAT 6 / Fibre Optic
UTP CAT 6 / Fibre Optic
UTP CAT 6 / Fibre Optic
Fibre Optic
Composite signal cable
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7.
Recommended Coverage areas for installation of Surveillance CCTV:
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.10
7.11
7.12
7.13
7.14
City side: 500 meters approach to terminal building (s), Parking lot
Terminal Building Access points
Screening of Registered Baggage
Check-in-Counters
Security Hold Area (SHA)
Airside Entry Points through terminal buildings
Access points to Airside through gates
Baggage – make – Up Areas
Baggage – brake – Up Areas
Conveyor belt Areas
Complete Perimeter
Aprons, Bays & Movement Areas
Vital Installation e.g;- ATC, Fuel Installation etc.
Other areas as specified by the user.
Shri. M. Malaviya,
Addl. Commissioner of Security
(Chairman)
Shri RS Sharma, Director, MHA
(Member)
Shri Anil Kumar, Addl. DIG, CISF
(Member)
Shri VK Malik, GM (Electronics), AAI
(Member)
Shri RK Malhotra, Under Secy.
Cab. Secretariat
(Member)
Shri RE Shende, AGM Security,
AI, Mumbai
(Member)
Shri VS Baswani, OSD (Seccurity), IB
(Member)
Shri Ajay Luthra, AIG, SPG
(Member)
Shri L. Ravi, Head Airport Systems,
Lt. Col. RR Yadav, COE, BCAS, Delhi
GHIAL (Member)
(Member)
Shri RD Gupta,
Dy. Commissioner of Security,
BCAS
(Member)
Lt. Col. AK Sharma, Sqn. Cdr,
WE, NSG
(Member)
(Sh. R. Nair, Head Security, MIAL)
(Member)
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