IP Video Management System Requirements The VMS shall support

IP Video Management System Requirements The VMS shall support
IP Video Management System
Requirements
The VMS shall support cameras compliant to ONVIF Profile S and it shall be able:
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to scan the network for ONVIF cameras.
to provide basic configuration of ONVIF cameras from within the VMS, such as
general camera settings (e.g. multicast streaming), recording profiles (including
Codec, resolution, frames per second), Audio profiles etc.
to use the events provided by an ONVIF camera to trigger events and alarms in the
Video Management System.
When the events of specific ONVIF camera model are mapped to the camera Events
(event mapping) in the VMS, to apply this mapping to all cameras of the same camera
model in the system.
to export and import the event mapping of ONVIF cameras for the purpose of using
the same event mapping on other installed systems.
for operator to access live streams and to control PTZ functionality. to record Onvif
compliant cameras. to view the connection status of Onvif compliant cameras in the
Operator Client.
to display Onvif compliant cameras in live view on a digital monitor wall connected
to a PC or a video decoder.
to connect to cameras and/or other video sources via RTSP stream or MJPEG to the
video management system.
to record the RTSP stream of cameras and/or other video sources that are connected to
the video management system.
The control of the playback (camera selection, replay speed, pause etc) shall be done through
the RTSP URL. The VMS shall provide a transcoding service for supporting iPad and iPhone
devices as well as html5 based web clients as mobile video clients.
The VMS shall provide access to the system by means of Mobile video clients.
The Mobile video clients shall consist of an iOS based App and a web-based client. Both
Mobile clients shall be able to access live and recording data of all cameras in the video
management system and shall be able:
❖ to view up to 4 video streams at once on a web client or iPad and mix live and
playback streams.
❖ The mobile video clients shall further more support PTZ and provide an option for the
user to zoom in as well as to opt between high resolution and smooth motion (higher
rate of frames per second).
❖ to access the video management system from mobile video clients with the user
accounts in the video management system.
❖ The web client shall provide means to search for text data in the logbook and access
the corresponding video recordings directly from the results.
❖ The web client shall provide means to trigger relays configured in the VMS. The web
client shall provide means to trigger video export.
❖ The export shall be executed on the central management server of the video
management system. In addition to live and playback, the iOS Mobile Client shall
also provide the security staff with the possibility to use the mobile camera on the
iPhone/tablet to record video on their mobile device.
❖ They shall be able to select and upload recorded videos from the mobile device to a
server with given online connection. Other members of the security staff shall be able
to access and watch the uploaded videos on the server using their mobile device.
❖ The IOS Mobile Client shall enable security staff to alert and share live video
with other security staff members in a very simple manner. The web Client shall
provide and indicate, when videos are uploaded from IOS Mobile Clients to the
server.
The video management system (VMS) specified shall be an enterprise-class client/server
based IP video security solution that provides seamless management of digital video, audio
and data across an IP network. The video management system is required to work with
CCTV and ONVIF compliant 3rd party products as part of a total video security management
system to provide full virtual matrix switching and control capability.
The video management system should consists of software modules for management server,
recording services, configuration client and operator clients.
Capability to view Video from other sites from single or numerous workstations
simultaneously at any time is essential. Provision for placing of Cameras, recorders, and
viewing stations anywhere in the IP network shall be made available. The software
components of the video management system shall be deployed together on a single PC for
small system applications or on separate PCs and servers to meet large systems requirements.
The management server and the Recording Manager shall run as services on Windows Server
2008R2, Windows Server 2012 R2 or Windows 7 SP1 (64-bit)and Windows 8.1 (64-bit). The
configuration client software shall run as an application on Windows Server 2012 R2. If
system contains less than 500 cameras the same should be compatible on Windows 7
Professional or Ultimate SP1 (64bit). The operator client software shall run as an application
on Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8.1.
Software Requirement
The video management system (VMS) specified shall be a centrally managed, scalable
client/server based architecture that allows full virtual matrix switching and control systems.
❖ The VMS shall be designed to use a facility’s existing IT infrastructure and require no
special cabling. The VMS shall be capable to be deployed in Local Area Networks
(LAN) as well as in Wide Area Networks (WAN). For establishing remote
connections across WAN, to setup a port mapping table within the configuration
manager in order to map the public port to a private IP and port of the devices.
❖ The VMS shall provide a RRAS configuration tool to transfer the port mapping table
to a RRAS Service. The VMS shall allow a operator client to control and view live
and playback streams of cameras allocated to the DATABASE MANAGER, VSG
and DVRs from a remote site (across WAN). This includes ONVIF cameras
connected to the VSG.
❖ The VMS shall provide the possibility to the operator to view transcoded video
streams (live and playback) in order view high quality images, when the remote
operator client accesses the camera via a low bandwidth connection. On selection,
there shall be an indication in the image pane of the operator client to indicate, that
the stream is being transcoded.
Viewing transcoded video streams shall be possible on all clients of the VMS with a
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Web client
Transcoding shall be dynamic. The transcoding feature shall be able to assess the network
link quality and speed and provide the most usable image according to the available network
link quality. The video quality/bandwidth shall be adapted quickly to link quality changes
(for instance 3g/4G, Wifi etc.). The transcoding feature shall apply to live and to playback as
well. There should be an option for the operator of an IOS client to simply & gradually
prioritize between motion in the image and image quality. When the operator digitally zooms
inside a transcoded image, the transcoder should send only the area covered by the zoom,
using the whole bandwidth available. This should enable operators with a low bandwidth to
view details coming from a high definition or ultra high definition video camera. During
video replay, when the playback is paused, the transcoder shall send a single, high definition
image, to the client, allowing the operator to see all details.
❖ The VMS shall support Automated Network Replenishment if supported by the
devices.
❖ The recording is buffered within the memory of the IP camera to cover network
outages.
❖ The VMS shall receive an event and be able to issue an alarm, when the storage in the
camera reaches a critical buffer state as well as when recording is deleted due to the
local storage capacity being used up.
❖ When an outage is resolved, the camera shall automatically replenish the gaps in the
storage.
❖ This should be automated and should not require and user input.
❖ The pre-alarm shall be recorded in the local storage of IP cameras supporting
Automatic Network Replenishment and only be transferred to the central storage in
the event of an alarm in order to reduce network strain caused by pre-alarms.
❖ to configure up to 7 different pre-alarms for each IP camera supporting Automatic
Network Replenishment for different events or compound events.
❖ to configure the use of Regions of Interest (ROI) in IP cameras supporting it. When an
operator uses the region of interest, only the selected area shall be transmitted over the
network to reduce network strain.
❖ to configure for fixed cameras and PTZ-cameras that the camera automatically
focuses and follows the object which triggers an alarm based on the Intelligent Video
Analysis (IVA) techniques of the IP encoders and IP cameras.
The software shall be a Management System that allows a user of an operator client to
simultaneously access the devices of multiple subsystems with given permissions.
Each subsystems shall be like an independent VMS, containing its own recording system,
operator clients and management server.
❖ The Operator client of one Management user group can access up to 10 subsystems.
❖ A management system shall host up to 20 user groups.
❖ If each subsystem is restricted to 100 cameras, the number of subsystems may be
extended to 30 Subsystems per user group.
❖ Access permissions of Operator Clients to subsystems and their devices shall be
managed within the subsystems by means of a user ID and PW.
❖ Operator Clients can than only access subsystems, when respective user ID and PW
and set correctly in their Enterprise User group.
❖ The Management Server shall be able to provide 20 User groups. A change in a
subsystem’s configuration shall be automatically reflected for the Operator Client.
❖ Extensions in the subsystems shall not require any additional licensing within the
dedicated Management Server.
❖ When a user of an Management user group accesses a subsystem, he shall see all
device states and all his user actions on the subsystem shall be logged on the
Enterprise Management System.
The VMS shall allow the establishment of user groups and Enterprise user groups that have
access rights to specific cameras, priority for pan/tilt/zoom control, rights for exporting video,
and access rights to system event log files. Access to live, playback, audio, PTZ control,
preset control, and auxiliary commands shall be programmable on an individual camera basis.
The VMS shall support Dual Authorization logon. It shall function as follows:
❖ Dual Authorization user groups may be created.
❖ Logon pairs, consisting of any two normal user groups, may be assigned to each Dual
Authorization user group.
❖ A separate set of privileges and priorities can be assigned for each Dual Authorization
user group.
❖ For each user group assigned as part of a logon pair, it shall be configurable whether
the group can
- Log on either individually or as part of the logon pair
- Or log on only as part of the logon pair
a) If a user that is part of logon pair logs on individually, then he shall receive the
privileges and priorities of his assigned user group.
b) If the same user logs in as part of a logon pair, i.e. being authorized by the second
user, then the user shall receive the privileges and priorities assigned to the Dual
Authorization group to which the pair is assigned. The logbook shall log the log on
procedure to identify a single user or a dual authorization log on. Subsequent user
actions shall be logged as the actions of the first user. Dual authorization shall also be
available for an Enterprise Management System.
c) The VMS shall interface with the Intelligent Video Analysis (IVA) techniques of the
IP encoders and IP cameras to provide advanced motion detection that analyzes object
size, direction, and speed as well as detecting objects entering or leaving designated
areas.
d) The VMS shall also support the detection of fire supported in the Intelligent Video
Analysis in the near future.
e) The VMS shall support configuring the IVA parameters from the configuration client.
The VMS shall react to events triggered by the IVA of the encoders or IP cameras.
f) The VMS workstations may be connected to up to 4 monitors where each monitor
may be configured to display live streaming video, playback video, site maps, or
alarms.
g) The VMS shall support Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) that allows
integration with enterprise user management systems such as Microsoft Active
Directory. LDAP shall also be available for an Enterprise Management System.
LDAP shall be configurable in an Enterprise user group. The VMS shall export video
and audio data optionally in ASF or MOV format to a CD/DVD drive, a network
drive, or a USB drive. The exported data in ASF or MOV format may be played back
using standard software such as Windows Media Player.
h) The VMS shall export video and audio data optionally in its native recording format
to a CD/DVD drive, a network drive, or a direct attached drive. The exported data in
native recording format shall include all associated metadata. Viewer software shall
be included with the export. Once installed, the viewer software allows playback of
the streams on any compatible Windows PC. to password protect the video export.
The export can then only be opened and viewed when the corresponding password is
entered.
i) The video management system shall write a digital signature to the exported video.
This shall allow the viewing client to verify, that the imported and opened video has
not been tampered.
j) The video management system shall provide a warning in case that the video has been
tampered. This shall be done by means of the checksum of the digital signature.
k) The VMS shall auto-discover encoder, decoder, DATABASE MANAGER devices
and DVRs. Device detection shall support devices in different subnets.
l) The VMS shall auto-discover IP devices with their default IP addresses, and allow
auto-assignment of unique IP addresses.
The VMS shall be able to simultaneously configure multiple encoders or decoders, even of
different types. When devices of different types are being configured, only the parameters
available in all devices are available for configuration.
1. The VMS shall ensure, that Recording is not affected in any way by server
downtimes.
2. The VMS shall ensure continues operation during management server down-times as
live viewing, playback of recording and export of video data. The operator client shall
indicate its connection status to the management server. An Enterprise Operator
Client shall be capable of working offline. The status of each connection to a
subsystem’s management server shall be indicated. The client should be able to
operate offline for as long as necessary. There should not be any time limit.
3. The VMS shall be designed in such a way that configuration changes to any part of
the system shall not interrupt operational tasks, until the operator decides to update refresh the workstation configuration.
4. The VMS shall be highly resilient to failure. Even in a concurrent failure of all
Management server(s), DATABASE MANAGER(s) and iSCSI storage, the operators
shall still be able to view & control cameras as well as playing back the video from
cameras with a memory card. When the failed system components are back online, no
special user or administrator action shall be required for the system to be back to a
nominal working mode.
Relays and Digital Inputs
The open/close states of inputs and relays from devices connected to the system, including IP
cameras and PTZ cameras, video encoders and decoders, matrix switchers, and DVRs shall
be indicated on the VMS operator client user interface and can be queried via the VMS SDK.
Relays from devices connected to the system shall be controllable from command scripts, the
VMS SDK, and icons on the operator client user interface. Input and relay state changes from
devices connected to the system shall be recognizable as events in the VMS. to configure one
malfunction relay used to indicate an occurrence with special severity. to configure
compound events to trigger the malfunction relay.
Event book
The system shall protocol every event and alarm in an SQL database. The alarm entry shall
contain the camera titles that have been recorded due to this alarm. The logbook shall be able
to store at least 500,000 entries per hour. If the capacity of the logbook is filled up the oldest
entries will be deleted to create space. The user shall be able to search the logbook for events
and alarms. The user shall be able to export the search results into a comma separated value
list (CSV). The system shall included and install a ready-to-use SQL database. The system
shall optionally allow the usage of a separately installed SQL database.
Digital I/O Interface Connection
i) The video management system shall be capable of monitoring third-party equipment
SNMP protocol. The video management system shall provide a Management
Information Base (MIB) to enable other Physical Security Information Management
Systems (PSIM) to monitor the video management system by means of SNMP traps.
ii) The Video Management System shall support at least SNMPv2 Pre-Programmed
Camera sequences The video management system shall support pre-programmed
camera sequences. These sequences will allow cameras to be automatically displayed
on the computer image panes and/or analog monitors connected to decoders. The
sequences shall support simultaneous display on multiple image panes or monitors.
The sequences shall also support camera prepositions for each PTZ camera on each
sequence step. The system shall be configurable such that operators can select these
sequences from the logical tree or a site map. Pre-programmed camera sequences can
be displayed in operator client and on Analog Monitor Groups.
Command Scripts
a) The video management system shall provide a command script interface that allows
system operations to be programmatically controlled.
b) The system shall provide a built-in editor for the creation of the command scripts.
c) The system shall be configurable such that operators can execute the created scripts
by double-clicking on representative icons in a logical tree or site map.
d) The system shall be configurable such that the created scripts can be executed
automatically in response to a system event.
e) The automatic event-driven execution shall optionally be schedule-dependent.
f) The system shall be configurable to execute a user-group dependent command script
on user logon. The system shall be configurable to execute an alarm-dependent
command script on user acceptance of the alarm.
Software Components
The management server software shall provide management, monitoring, and control of the
entire system. The management server software should typically be installed on a server-class
computer, but may be installed, with all the other video management software modules on
one workstation. The management server shall also maintain data stream management, alarm
management, priority management, central logbook, central configuration and user
management. Software updates to the operator client and configuration client shall be
automatically deployed from the management server. The VMS shall be designed in such a
way the management server downtimes do not affect the functionality of the recording
services (Database manager, Local Storage, Direct-to-iSCSI-Recording), DVRs. Normal
recording and Motion recording shall continue during the management server downtimes,
only Alarm Recording cannot be activated as the management server is responsible for
evaluating the alarm conditions. During management server downtime the recording services
shall still be able to change the recording parameters schedule dependent. Configuration
client software shall provide the user interface for system configuration and management.
Operator client software shall provide the user interface for system monitoring and operation.
The operator client maintains live monitoring, storage retrieval, and alarm handling.
Operators should still be able to login in the operator client software even if the management
server is down or not available. The management server should be compatible with 3rd party
high availability solutions (VM-Ware; Microsoft Hyper V) in High Availability –mode. The
downtime during unplanned failover should be max 300 seconds. Planned Failover should
not cause any downtime. Database manager (DATABASE MANAGER) The VMR shall be
an optional package of the installation program of the VMS.
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The video management system shall be capable of managing multiple DATABASE
MANAGERs.
The DATABASE MANAGER shall be configured from the VMS configuration
client. to assign encoders and IP cameras to it. The recording parameters shall be
configured in the recording tables of the VMS configuration program. These settings
will be replicated into the devices from the management server.
The DATABASE MANAGER shall manage exclusively the encoders, IP-Cameras,
Streaming Gateways, and the supported iSCSI storage systems. It shall offer system
wide recording monitoring and management of iSCSI storage, video servers and
cameras.
The DATABASE MANAGER shall support the encoders and cameras to directly
stream the data to the iSCSI storage.
The DATABASE MANAGER shall not be involved in the processing of the data.
The DATABASE MANAGER shall manage all disk arrays in the system as a single
virtual common pool of storage. It shall dynamically assign portions of that pool to
the encoders and IP-Cameras. The transfer rate of the data from the encoder or IPCamera is limited by network speed and the iSCSI data throughput rate.
The DATABASE MANAGER shall provide redundancy for storage provisioning and
failover design for central recording management service.
to configure a secondary DATABASE MANAGER recording for a selection of
camera. Cameras thus record on a different recording target (dual recording).
to configure different quality settings for the secondary DATABASE MANAGER.
to configure a mirrored recording mode where the secondary DATABASE
MANAGER automatically contains the same devices and quality settings as the
primary DATABASE MANAGER. Hence, when cameras are added to the primary
DATABASE MANAGER, they are automatically recorded on the secondary
DATABASE MANAGER as well. Retention time of the primary and secondary
DATABASE MANAGER may differ though.
to configure failover DATABASE MANAGERs for primary and secondary
DATABASE MANAGERs. In the event of a master DATABASE MANAGER
failing, the secondary DATABASE MANAGER takes over the tasks of DATABASE
MANAGER that failed.
The DATABASE MANAGER shall be able to restore a lost recording database from
data on the iSCSI storages.
The DATABASE MANAGER shall provide flexible retrieval of recordings. It shall
be able to determine on which iSCSI disk array data from each camera or encoder has
been stored.
to secure the access to the DATABASE MANAGER software with a password. This
shall be done in the configuration client.
The DATABASE MANAGER software shall provide status monitoring information as a web
interface.
The following information shall be provided:
▪ Uptime of the DATABASE MANAGER software
▪ Bit rate information for the recorded data
▪ Retention times per camera
▪ Status on recording and storage
The video management system shall allow configuring if playback of recordings is streamed
through the DATABASE MANAGER or is streamed directly from the iSCSI storage. The
video management system shall support to retrieve the playback information, i.e. from which
iSCSI storages to retrieve the video, audio and meta-data, either from the Database manager
or directly from the IP encoder or camera. Playback information directly from the IP encoder
or camera is limited in time and should be used while the DATABASE MANAGER is not
available to increase the reliability of the video management system. Support of Monitor
Walls
The VMS shall support analog monitors connected to IP decoders as well as monitor walls.
It shall be possible to configure analog monitors in full screen mode or quad mode. When in
quad mode, the VMS shall be able to select video and control cameras in any quadrant to
group analog monitors into Analog Monitor Groups (AMGs). An AMG shall specify a
monitor arrangement of rows and columns to restrict access to AMGs to specified operator
client workstations. The VMS shall support a monitor wall for an Enterprise System, i.e. an
Enterprise Operator Client shall be able to see the cameras of the various subsystems on a
monitor wall. The VMS shall support a monitor wall supporting connection of up to two HD
monitors via HDMI to display asymmetrical layouts. It shall also support H264 and HD. The
VMS shall support the display of IP cameras on the Barco Transform N series with up to 64
cameras and asymmetrical layouts. to select cameras in a special control within the operator
client to show them on the Barco Monitor Wall.
Alarm Management Capability
➢ The video management system shall provide the capability to allow alarms to be
schedule-dependent. The video management system shall allow alarms to be
individually allocated to specific user groups for processing.
➢ The video management system shall support replication of events such that a single
physical event causes multiple system events. These multiple events shall be
independently configurable to allow independent handling of the alarms by multiple
operator groups, or to be handled differently according to different schedules.
➢ The video management system shall be programmable to selectively, per alarm and
per user group, automatically pop-up the alarm video.
➢ The video management system shall support display of alarm video in a special Alarm
Image Window so users do not have to search their display screens to find the alarm
images.
➢ The video management system shall display alarm video in rows of Alarm Image
Panes, with one row per alarm, and with up to 5 Image Panes per row.
➢ The video management system's Alarm Image Panes shall be configurable to display
live video, playback video, text documents, site maps, HTML files, or web sites
(URLs). Per alarm one playback video and one site map can be configured.
➢ The video management system's Alarm Image Pane rows shall be displayed in order
of their priority, with rows for higher priority alarms always displayed above lower
priority alarm rows. The display order for equal priority alarms shall be selectable
between new alarms displayed above existing alarms, or new alarms displayed below
existing alarms.
➢ The video management system shall provide an alarm reaction time of maximum
2 seconds when sufficient network bandwidth is available.
➢ The video management system shall distribute alarm notifications, via entries in the
alarm list of the operator user interface, to all members of the user groups to which
the alarm is assigned. The alarms shall appear in all said users' alarm lists.
➢ The video management system shall operate as follows: when an alarm is accepted by
a user, it shall be removed from the other users' alarm lists.
➢ The video management system shall allow a user to un-accept an alarm he has
previously accepted. In this case, the alarm shall re-appear in the alarm lists of all
members of the user groups assigned to this alarm.
➢ The video management system shall support the association of workflows with
alarms. Workflows shall consist of action plans and comment boxes. An action plan
shall display a text document, HTML page, or web site that typically contains
instructions for handling the alarm. Comments entered in the comment boxes shall be
logged in the system logbook.
➢ The video management system shall be configurable to force an alarm workflow. In
this case, the alarm cannot be cleared until the workflow is processed.
➢ The video management system shall offer the possibility to automatically clear alarms
when the originating event condition is no longer true.
➢ The video management system shall allow alarms to be configured to send PTZ
cameras to prepositions or to execute camera Aux commands on occurrence.
➢ The video management system shall be configurable to put any IP-connected camera
into alarm recording mode on alarm occurrence.
➢ The video management system shall be configurable to send an e-mail or SMS
message in response to an alarm.
➢ The VMS shall be capable of displaying video on analog monitors connected to video
decoders in response to alarms.
➢ The VMS alarm response shall take advantage of the row and column arrangement of
analog monitor groups by associating a row of analog monitors with each active
alarm. Each alarm may display video on multiple monitors, limited by the number of
columns in the analog monitor group. As new alarms are received, alarm rows shall
stack in priority order on the analog monitors.
➢ The VMS shall support for alarms to display video on multiple analog monitor
groups, with configurable assignment of individual assignment of alarms to monitor
groups. In an Enterprise System, for each alarm shall be indicated which subsystem’s
management server triggered the alarm.
Virtual Inputs
The video management system shall provide a software interface that allows third-party
software to generate events in the video management system. The software shall support any
COM programming languages (e.g. Visual Basic and C++), any .Net programming language
(e.g. C#) or JavaScript. The VMS shall allow third-party software to include up to 10 data
fields and an Alarm ID along with the virtual input event. These fields shall be searchable in
the system logbook. The virtual input data shall be optionally displayed in the operator client
playback mode synchronously with the associated video.
SDK
The video management system shall provide a documented Software Development Kit
(SDK) to allow integration to and integration from third-party software. The SDK shall
expose all functionality of the command scripts, including, but not limited to:
➢ Control of operator workstation image window layout
➢ Assignment of cameras, documents, URLs, and maps to operator client workstation
image panes
➢ Assignment of cameras to analog monitors connected to encoders.
➢ Dome control
➢ Alarm generation
➢ Recording mode control
➢ Exporting recorded data
➢ Relay control
SDK functionality shall require authentication to the system. The SDK shall be accessible
from all .Net programming languages. A CameoSDK shall be available which allows for
programming 3rd party operator clients. A Remote Client SDK shall be available which
allows for programming an interface between a running VMS operator client and a 3rd party
management system.
OPC Interface
The VMS shall provide an OPC Server for integration into third-party software systems, such
as building-management systems. The OPC interface shall follow the OPC Alarms and
Events standard.
CCL Interface
The VMS shall emulate the Allegiant Command Console Language (CCL). to select the
Allegiant model that shall be emulated.
CCL commands shall control:
 Camera to decoder connections
 Sequences on decoders
 Virtual Inputs
 PTZ commands
The video management system shall receive the CCL commands on a freely definable serial
port on the management server.
Configuration Changes
Configuration changes made in the VMS configuration client shall modify a working copy of
the configuration, and shall not affect the active operating configuration. to activate the
working copy through a user action in the configuration client, at which point the working
becomes the new active operating configuration to set a date and time in the future at which
the working copy becomes active. to view a list of all configuration activations that have been
applied to the system. to select any of the activated configurations, and have the system "roll
back" to an earlier configuration to activate a configuration and leave it to the operator to
refresh the configuration locally instantly or at a later point in time. to enforce a configuration
activation for every operator client connected to the management server. to create and export
a reports of the current configuration in CSV-format for the purpose of documentation. There
shall be reports for the following configurations:
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Recording schedules
Task schedules
Cameras and Recording Parameters
Stream and Quality Settings
Event Settings
Compound Event Settings
Alarm Settings
Configured Users
User Groups and Accounts
Device Permissions
Operating Permissions
Audio Intercom Functionality
The video management system shall support bidirectional audio intercom functionality.
Audio intercom streams audio data from an operator client Workstation to the audio output of
the encoders. The audio intercom function shall be activated by a button in the operator client
Workstation. When the button is pressed the operator shall be able to speak into a
microphone on the client computer. The audio shall be transmitted to the audio source which
is assigned to the currently selected camera.
CCTV Keyboard Control
The system shall allow system control via the keyboards. The keyboards shall support an
Enterprise System, i.e. with a keyboard connected to an Enterprise operator client the desired
subsystem’s management server shall be selectable. Keyboard connections shall be possible
to both Decoders and to operator client Workstations.
When CCTV Keyboards are connected to operator client Workstations, playback control
should include jog-shuttle emulation using the Keyboard Joystick.
When in Jog-shuttle emulation mode: Rotating the Keyboard joystick shall control forward
and reverse playback, with playback speed proportional to the amount of joystick rotation.
Moving the joystick up shall set the video into slow forward playback mode. Additional
upward movements shall incrementally increase forward playback speed. Moving the
joystick down shall set the video into slow backward playback mode. Additional downward
movements shall incrementally increase backward playback speed. Moving the joystick right
shall set the video into pause mode. Additional rightward movements shall step the video one
frame forward. Moving the joystick left shall set the video into pause mode. Additional
leftward movements shall step the video one frame backward.
iSCSI Storage with RAID-5
Requirement:
a) The IP Video Storage Appliance shall be a RAID-5 protected, all-in-one recording
solution for network surveillance systems of up to 128 channels.
b) The IP Video Storage Appliance shall utilize “enterprise-rated” hard drives in a fault
tolerant RAID-5 configuration.
c) The IP Video Storage Appliance shall be a Pre-installed, pre-configured IP storage
solution with up to 32 TB storage capacity.
d) The IP Video Storage Appliance shall offer 26060 GB of net capacity storage. The IP
Video Storage Appliance shall offer a bandwidth of 550 Mbit/s.
e) The IP Video Storage Appliance shall offer a dual port Gigabit Ethernet network
interface, 8 GB system memory and an Intel Xeon Processor.
f) The IP Video Storage Appliance shall offer remote monitoring via a desktop
application or a Web browser.
Functions
a. The IP Video Storage Appliance shall offer an energy-efficient hot-swap redundant
power supply.
b. The IP Video Storage Appliance shall offer hot-swap SATA-III hard drives providing
32 TB of gross storage capacity.
c. The IP Video Storage Appliance shall come pre-installed and pre-configured with all
necessary software.
d. The IP Video Storage Appliance shall utilize Microsoft Windows Storage Server
2012 R2.
e. The IP Video Storage Appliance shall offer Disk on Module (DoM); a solid-state,
non-volatile memory module that contains a backup image of all system software
needed to a full system recovery.
Management
o The IP Video Storage Appliance shall offer the Microsoft System Center Suite builtin.
o The IP Video Storage Appliance shall allow operators to use one central tool for
configuration and operations management.
Monitoring
1. The IP Video Storage Appliance shall provide SNMP, Remote Desktop and HTTP
monitoring support.
2. The IP Video Storage Appliance shall offer high-availability hardware, embedded
design, and system wide monitoring.
Processor
➢ The IP Video Storage Appliance shall contain an Intel Xeon Processor E3-1275 V3
(8M Cache, 3.5 GHz).
➢ The IP Video Storage Appliance processor shall contain one (1) socket.
➢ The IP Video Storage Appliance processor shall feature an 8 MB Intel Smart Cache
Memory.
➢ The IP Video Storage Appliance processor shall include ECC Unbuffered memory
protection. The IP Video Storage Appliance processor shall contain a 1600 MHz
maximum front side Bus.
Memory
The IP Video Storage Appliance shall have 8 GB, DDR3-1666 ECC UNB (1 x 8 GB) of
memory installed.
Storage
The IP Video Storage Appliance shall contain 8 GB, DDR3-1666 ECC UNB (1 x 8 GB)
storage trays. The IP Video Storage Appliance shall have 32 TB, 4 TB SATA-3 7200 RPM
64 M 3.5“RAID-5 configuration hard drives installed.
The IP Video Storage Appliance shall offer an 8 ports LSI 3108 SAS3 controller RAID card.
Electrical:
Input: 140 VAC, Actual Output Wattage from Power Supply: 372.80 W. Efficiency of Power
Supply: 92%
Input: 240 VAC, Actual Output Wattage from Power Supply: 372.80 W, Efficiency of Power
Supply: 94%
Mechanical
Form Factor: 2HU rack mount, Power Supply: 740 W Platinum Level Redundant, USB Ports:
6 USB ports: 4 in rear, 2 in front, Network: Dual Intel i210AT Gigabit LAN, Dimensions (H
x W x D): 89 x 437 x 648 mm (3.5 x 17.2 x 25.5 in), Weight: 23.6 kg (52 lb)
Environmental:
Operating Temperature: +10°C to +35°C (+50°F to +95°F), Non-operating Temperature: –
40°C to +70°C (–40°F to +158°F), Operating Relative Humidity: 8 to 90%, non-condensing,
Non-operating Relative Humidity: 5 to 95%, non-condensing
Certifications and approvals
CE & UL
Video Content Analytics
Cameras shall be provided with edge based (Embedded) IVA(Intelligent Video
Analytics)/VCA(Video Content Analysis). The software offered shall support built-in tamper
monitoring to detect camera hooding/masking, blinding, defocusing and repositioning.
Image stabilization to remove jitter from shaking video sources such as cameras mounted on
poles or simple vibrations. Shall have broad range of detecting tasks and object filters
available. Shall support automatic classification of person, bike, car, truck.
The following tasks shall be available:
a) Detect objects within, entering, or leaving an area
b) Detect multiple line crossing from single line up to three lines combined in a
logical row
c) Detect objects traversing a route
d) Detect loitering in an area related to radius and time
e) Detect objects which are idle for a predefined time span
f) Detect removed objects
g) Detect objects who’s properties such as size, speed, direction, and aspect ratio
change within configured time span according to specification (for example
something falling down)
h) Count objects crossing a virtual line or entering a certain area
i) Overhead people counting
j) Detect a certain crowd level in a predefined field
k) Detect specified motion direction and speed even in crowds (for example a
person moving the wrong way in a one-way gate)
l) Detect objects that move contrary to the motion of all other objects in the scene,
even in crowds
m) Detect objects with heads
n) Take snapshots of frontal faces
o) Combine tasks using scripts
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
1. Digital Video Management Software System:
▪ The IP Video Management Appliance shall be a RAID-5 protected all-in-one
recording, viewing and management solution for network surveillance systems of up
to 100 channels.
▪ The IP Video Management Appliance shall support 32 concurrent recordable
cameras. System shall eliminate the need of external server or storage boxes up to 100
cameras or 50 TB.
▪ The software installed on the IP Video Management Appliance shall not be subject to
any additional Software Maintenance Agreements (SMAs).
▪ The IP Video Management Appliance shall offer front-swappable SATA-II hard
drives providing 60 TB of gross storage capacity. System shall support Map
functionality. System shall combine IP cameras and encoders, provides system wide
event and alarm management, system health monitoring, user and priority
management.
▪ The IP Video Management Appliance shall run the Video Streaming Gateway to
allow third-party camera integration.
▪ The IP Video Management Appliance shall offer up to 60 TB of gross capacity
storage with a corresponding 50000 GB of net storage capacity.
▪ The IP Video Management Appliance shall offer a bandwidth of 450 Mbit/s (read and
write). The IP Video Management Appliance shall offer an Intel Core i3-2120
processer.
▪ The IP Video Management Appliance shall utilize Microsoft Windows Storage
Server 2008 R2 (64-bit).
▪ The IP Video Management Appliance shall be configurable to a RAID-1 software
configuration (with reduced performance and net capacity values).
Functions:
❖ The IP Video Management Appliance shall come pre-installed and pre-configured
with all necessary software.
❖ The IP Video Management Appliance shall enable viewing of high-quality HD video
despite low.
❖ The IP Video Management Appliance shall decode and decompress the data stream to
a lower bit rate stream tailored to the bandwidth of the connection.
❖ The IP Video Management Appliance shall offer Disk on Module (DoM); a solidstate, non-volatile memory module that contains a backup image of all system
software needed to a full system recovery.
❖ The IP Video Management Appliance shall provide a user interface for system
configuration and unified appliance management.
❖ The IP Video Management Appliance shall come with the VMS management
application pre-installed and pre-licensed.
❖ The IP Video Management Appliance shall allow operators to use one central tool for
configuration and operations management.
Remote Viewing:
The IP Video Management Appliance shall provide the VMS Client for remote viewing and
archiving.
Processor:
Processor
Intel i3-2120 processor
Socket
1 x (Intel processor socket LGA1155)
Chipset
Intel Core logic chipset PCH Cougar Point
C206
Memory:
Memory type
DDR3 1066/1333 MHz UDIMM
Max front side bus
1333 MHz
Memory installed
4 GB, DDR3-1333 SO-DIMM (2 x 2 GB)
Storage:
Storage type
4 trays: 3.5-inch SATA
Hard drives installed
4 x HDD (2 TB 5400RPM GP) max
Graphics
1 x USB DVI port, onboard graphics VGA
port
Network
1 x 1 GbE RJ45 port
Electrical:
Power Supply
220 W (100/240 VAC)
Energy Efficiency
Energy Star compliant power supply
Power consumption
82 W max, 41 W idle
Mechanical:
Form Factor
4-bay mini tower
Power Supply
1 x internal power supply
USB Ports
6 USB 2.0 ports; 1 USB 3.0 port
Network
1 x Gigabit Ethernet LAN
Dimensions (H x W x D)
180 x 200 x 212 mm (7.09 x 7.87 x 8.35
in.)
Weight
Without HDD: 4.25 kg (9.34 lb)
Fully loaded: 6.75 kg (14.88)
Environmental:
Operating Temperature
+10°C to +35°C (+50°F to +95°F)
Non-operating Temperature
–40°C to +70°C (–40°F to +158°F)
Operating Relative Humidity
8 to 90%, non-condensing
Non-operating Relative Humidity
5 to 95%, non-condensing
Certifications & Approvals:
2. CAMERAS
CE, UL certification
i)
1080p HD IR 30x PTZ Camera
➢ The camera shall provide a 1/2.8-in. type progressive scan CMOS sensor with the
following: 1984 x 1225 (2.43 MP) effective picture elements. Sensitivity to below
0.11 lux (day/color mode and night/black and white mode). Sensitivity down to 0 lux
with infrared (IR) enabled.
➢ The camera shall offer 1080p resolution for capturing fast motion.
➢ The camera shall have an integrated IR illuminator for capturing clear video during
night mode or scenes with no artificial illumination.
➢ The camera shall have 4 illuminators that adjust IR power/intensity automatically
according to zoom and focal length to ensure uniform illumination of scenes.
➢ The camera shall support IR threshold, based on zoom value, where the illuminators
will not be ON and functioning.
➢ The camera shall provide direct network connection using H.264 and M-JPEG
compression and bandwidth throttling to manage bandwidth and storage requirements
efficiently while delivering outstanding image quality.
The camera shall support the following dual, redundant power options:
a) 24 VAC. b) PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at, class 4)
✓ The camera shall default to use power from the 24 VAC power supply, if connected.
The camera shall switch to PoE+ power supply if power from the 24 VAC power
supply is lost with no interruption to camera operation.
✓ The camera shall offer a dynamic range of 76dB (DWDR) for clear images in extreme
high-contrast environments.
✓ The camera shall offer 256 user-defined pre-positions with 20-character titles.
✓ The camera shall offer three configurable, pre-programmed user modes.
✓ The camera shall offer bi-directional audio.
✓ The camera shall be able to be mounted to a wall, mounted to a surface, or mounted to
a pipe. The camera shall offer IP66 environmental protection for pendant housing.
Privacy Masking:
❖ The camera shall divide the cameras 360º rotation into 16 independent sectors with
20-character titles per sector.
❖ Any or all of the 16 sectors can be blanked from the operator's view.
❖ The camera shall offer the ability to define 24 masks with up to 8 masks per scene
that prohibit areas of the field of view from being seen even if the camera is panned,
tilted, or zoomed.
❖ The camera shall execute one of the following programmable options when an
operator stops manual control of the camera, and a programmed period of time is
allowed to expire: return to a stored preset number, return to the automated tour
previously executed, and do nothing.
Illuminator:
 The IR illuminator shall be part of the moving platform which can Pan/Tilt along with
the camera head.
 The IR illuminator shall be synchronized with the camera so that if IR is turned on
manually, the camera shall switch to B/W mode.
 The IR illuminator shall have variable illumination so that IR light is distributed
evenly in the field of view to avoid dark spots or over-illuminated scenes.
 The IR illuminator shall be capable of being configured on a per-zone basis to ensure
a single dominant illumination source in a specific scene.
 The IR illuminator shall comply to IEC-62471 (Eye Safety for IR LEDs).
Recording and Storage Management
 The camera shall support iSCSI devices to allow video stream to be recorded directly
to an iSCSI RAID array.
 The camera shall support iSCSI storage targets.
 The camera shall have an SD card slot that uses a microSDHC or microSDXC card
for local storage (minimum up to 2 TB).
 The camera shall be compatible with the Video Recording Manager (VRM) to control
and manage video recording.
HD Characteristics
✓ The camera shall support H.264 video compression.
✓ The camera shall generate HD 1080p resolution using H.264 compression (ISO/IEC
14496-10). The camera shall generate multiple simultaneous configurable HD video
streams. The camera shall allow simultaneous streaming of individual HD streams,
and allow a choice of HD resolution in combination with SD resolutions.
Motion Detection
The camera shall include an algorithm for detecting movement on presets or for alarm
singling. The camera shall be able to interface to an external alarm source using the built-in
alarm I/O ports.
Access Security
The camera shall offer three levels of password protection. The camera shall support 802.1x
authentication using a RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial In User Service) server. The
camera shall store a SSL certificate for use with HTTPS. [The camera shall be capable of
being independently AES encrypted with 128-bit keys.]
Installation Requirements
The camera shall be capable of operating in an outdoor environment within the following
temperature range: –40 °C to +60 °C (-40 °F to 140 °F). The camera shall accept power,
transmit video, and accept control via TCP/IP connection. The camera shall provide a multilanguage on-screen display.
Housing Specifications and Options
The camera shall be offered in an outdoor pendant aluminum housing. The camera shall
provide built-in surge protection for power, data, and video and alarm inputs. The outdoor
pendant housing shall: Use a hook, in place of a tether, to make installation easier and safer.
Allow the camera to view 0º above the horizon. Conform to the IP66 standard. Provide an
operating temperature of -40 °C to +60 °C (-40 °F to 140 °F). Be powder coated in white
(RAL 9003). Include a sunshield of outdoor grade plastic.
Imaging
Sensor:
1/2.8-in. type progressive scan CMOS sensor.
Effective number of pixels
1980 x 1220
aspect ratio
16:9
Lens Focal length
30x Zoom, 4.3 mm - 129 mm (F 1.6 - F 5.0)
Field of View (FOV)
2.3° - 65°
Sensitivity @ 30 IRE-SensUp on (1/7.5)
Day mode-0.02lx, Night Mode (Black and white
(monochrome))-0.004lx & With infrared (IR)-0lx
Focus
Automatic with manual override
IRIS
Automatic
WDR
Minimum 76dB
White Balance modes:
Intelligent defog
Standard Auto, Sodium Vapor Auto, Basic Auto,
Manual, Hold, Dominant Color Auto. The mode
Sodium Vapor Auto automatically compensates for
light from a sodium vapor lamp to restore objects to
their true color.
Automatically adjusts parameters for best picture in
foggy or misty scenes (switchable)"
Signal-to-noise ratio (SNR)
>50 dB
Day/night modes
Mechanical switchable IR filter (Auto/On/off) and
Monochrome.
Backlight Compensation
On/Off
PTZ Features
Turbo Mode (manual control):
Pan: 0.1°/s to 240°/s & Tilt: 0.1°/s to 120°/s
Normal Mode:
Pan: 0.1°/s to 120°/s & Tilt: 0.1°/s to 120°/s
Preposition speed
Pan: 0.1°/s to 240°/s & Tilt: 0.1°/s to 160°/s
Pan range
360° continuous.
Tilt range
0° to ±90°
Preset Accuracy
± 0.2° type
Presets
Minimum 256
Tour modes
One (1) preset tour capable of 64 sequential prepositions and a configurable dwell time between
positions. Two (2) separate tours of an operator's
keyboard movements consisting of pan, tilt and
zoom activities. The recorded tours can be
continuously played back. One (1) 360° AutoPan
mode. One (1) AutoPan mode between limits.
Sectors / Titling
16 independent sectors with 20 characters per title
Privacy Masking
24 individually configurable privacy masks
Pre-programmed Modes
The camera shall offer three (3) pre-programmed but configurable user modes. The preprogrammed modes shall be optimized with the best settings for the following environments:
Indoor:
For general day-to-night changes without sun
highlights and street lighting
Outdoor:
For general day-to-night
highlights and street lighting
Vibrant:
For enhanced contrast, sharpness, and saturation
changes
with
sun
Illuminator
Object Detection:
Minimum 180m
Electrical
Input Voltage:
24 VAC, 50/60 Hz (class 2)
PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at, class 4)]
Power Consumption (typical):
24 VAC: 23 W, PoE+: 25 W
Network
Video Compression:
H.264 (ISO/IEC 14496‑ 10), M‑ JPEG, JPEG
Streaming: Two (2) individually configurable streams:
Stream 1
H.264 MP SD, H.264 MP 720p fixed, H.264 MP
1080p fixed
Options with “H.264 MP 1080p fixed” selected for
Stream 1:
Stream 2:
Resolution (H x V):
Copy Stream 1, H.264 MP SD, H.264 MP 720p8/10
Fixed, H.264 MP 1080p4/5 Fixed, H.264 MP
400x720 upright (cropped), H.264 MP D1 4:3
(cropped)
1080p HD: 1920x1080, 720p HD: 1280 x 720, 432p
SD: 768 x 432, 288p SD: 512 x 288, 144p SD: 256
x 144
Protocols:
IPv4, IPv6, UDP, TCP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTP/RTCP,
IGMP V2/V3, ICMP, ICMPv6, RTSP, FTP, Telnet,
ARP, DHCP, APIPA (Auto-IP, link local address),
NTP(SNTP), SNMP (v1, MIB-II), 802.1x, DNS,
DNSv6, DDNS (DynDNS.org, selftHOST.de, noip.com), SMTP, iSCSI, UPnP (SSDP), DiffServ
(QoS), LLDP, SOAP, Dropbox, CHAP, digest
authentication
Ethernet:
10-Base T/100 Base-TX, auto-sensing, half/full
duplex, RJ45
Encryption:
TLS 1.0, SSL, DES, 3DES, AES
GOP Structure:
IP, IBP, IBBP
Data Rate:
9.6 kbps to 6 Mbps (per stream)
Overall IP Delay:
240 ms
Audio Standard:
G.711, 8 kHz sampling rate L16, 16 kHz sampling
rate , AAC, 16 kHz sampling rate
Audio Streaming:
Bidirectional (full-duplex)
Local Storage
Memory Card Slot:
Minimum 1.5TB
Recording:
Continuous recording of video
alarm/events/schedule recording
and
audio,
User Connections:
Power:
Video and Control:
RJ-45 100 Base-TX Ethernet PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at,
class 4 standard), 24 VAC, 50/60 Hz
RJ-45 10/100 Base-TX Ethernet
Alarm Inputs (2):
2 supervised / non-supervised; programmable for
“normally open” or “normally closed”
Alarm Outputs (1):
1 dry contact relay
Audio:
Signal Line In: Max. input voltage: 0.9 Vrms
Impedance: 100k ohm
Signal Line Out: Max. output voltage: 1Vrms
Impedance: 10k ohm
Certifications & Approvals:
ii)
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CE, UL& FCC ( UL must )
1080P HD IR BULLET CAMERA
The camera shall offer 1080p resolution at 16:9 aspect ratio.
The camera shall offer tamper and intelligent motion detection.
The camera shall offer two-way full duplex audio communication.
The camera shall have a built-in active infrared illuminator with 30 m (98 ft) viewing
distance.
The camera shall be easy to install with auto zoom/focus lens, wizard and preconfigured modes.
The camera shall utilize Intelligent Dynamic Noise Reduction (iDNR) technology to
reduce the bit rate and storage requirements by removing noise artifacts.
The camera shall have hybrid functionality which offers an easy migration path from
legacy CCTV to a modern IP-based system.
The camera shall have a micro SD card slot. The camera shall accept power via
Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af compliant).
The camera shall provide Eight independent, fully programmable privacy masks.
The camera shall provide a user-defined Region-of-Interest (ROI) with electronic pan,
tilt and zoom controls.
Imaging:
Sensor type
1/2.9-inch CMOS
Total sensor pixels
1920 (H) x 1080 (V)
Sensitivity
Color 0.07 lx, Mono 0.05 lx, With IR 0.0 lx
(3200 K, reflectivity 89%, 30IRE, F1.3)
Dynamic range
Minimum 76 dB WDR
True Day/Night
Auto, Color, Monochrome
Noise reduction
Intelligent Dynamic Noise Reduction with separate
temporal and spatial adjustments
Intelligent defog
Intelligent Defog automatically adjusts parameters for best
picture in foggy or misty scenes (switchable)
Shutter speed
Automatic Electronic Shutter (AES)
Fixed (1/30 [1/25] to 1/15000)
Video resolution
1080p, 720p, 480p, 432p, 288p, 240p, 144p
Video compression
H.264 MP (Main Profile); M-JPEG
Max. frame rate
30 ips
LED Distance
Minimum 30 m
LED
4 LED high efficiency array, 850 nm
Lens type
Automatic Varifocal 2.7 to 12 mm, DC Iris F1.4 – 360, IR
corrected
Lens mount
Board mounted
Audio communication
Two-way, full duplex
Unit Configuration
Via web browser or Configuration Manager
Ethernet
10/100 Base-T, auto-sensing, half/full duplex
Ethernet connector
RJ45
Connectivity
ONVIF Profile S, Auto-MDIX
Other functions
Sharpness, Backlight compensation, Contrast enhancement,
Video authentication, Display stamping, Pixel counter
Memory card slot
Minimum 1.5TB microSDXC card
Mechanical:
3-axis
(pan/tilt/rotation)
Color
adjustment 360º / 90º / 360º
RAL 9006
Environmental:
Operating temperature
-30 ºC to +60 ºC (-22 ºF to +148 ºF)
Storage temperature
-30 ºC to +70 ºC (-22 ºF to +158 ºF)
Humidity
20% to 90% relative humidity (non condensing)
Ingress protection
IP66
Impact protection
IK08
Certifications:
CE, FCC, UL, cUL, C-tick, CB, VCCI ( UL must )
➢
iii)
1080P IR DOME CAMERA
❖ The camera shall be easy to install. The camera shall offer 1080p resolution at 30 fps.
❖ The camera shall provide direct network connection using H.264 and JPEG
compression and bandwidth throttling to efficiently manage bandwidth and storage
requirements while delivering outstanding image quality. A user shall be able to view
video on a PC using a Web browser. The camera shall have a mechanical IR cut-off
filter for true day/night switching.
❖ The camera shall use Intelligent Dynamic Noise Reduction technology to remove
noise artifacts and reduce the bitrate by up to 50% (giving reduced bandwidth and
storage requirements).
❖ The camera shall utilize Intelligent Defog (iDefog) to effectively remove the haze
from the picture and provides a better visibility.
❖ The camera shall accept power via Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af compliant).
❖ The camera shall offer tamper and intelligent motion detection.
❖ The camera shall offer two-way full duplex audio communication.
❖ The camera shall provide configurable scene modes that give optimized settings for
distinct applications.
❖ The camera shall provide eight independent, fully programmable privacy mask areas.
❖ The camera shall utilise pixel-by-pixel analysis to automatically compensate for
bright areas of a high contrast scene without having to define a window or area.
❖ The camera shall have a CVBS analog video output for hybrid operation.
❖ The camera shall have a built-in active infrared illuminator.
Image processing and compression:
✓ The camera shall use a progressive scan CMOS image sensor.
✓ The camera shall produce a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels with a 16:9 aspect ratio.
The camera shall be fitted with a board-mounted fixed varifocal lens.
✓ The camera shall have a wide dynamic range.
✓ The camera shall have a high sensitivity.
✓ The camera shall have an automatic electronic shutter.
✓ The camera shall be capable of capturing and storing images using the following
compression standards: H.264 MP (Main Profile) & M-JPEG.
✓ The camera shall offer a region of interest to zoom into a specific area of the full
image.
✓ The camera shall allow a region of interest to be sent in a separate stream so it is
possible to view both an overview and a detail at the same time.
 Night Vision (Infrared):
 The camera shall have a LED high efficiency IR array for effective night vision.
 The camera shall allow adjusting intensity of IR output to fit with the environment.
Audio:
▪ The camera shall offer G.711, AAC and L16 audio compression (live and recording).
▪ The camera shall offer full duplex audio communication, with built-in microphone.
Network Video:
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The camera shall provide direct network connection.
The camera shall allow full camera control and configuration capabilities over the
network.
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The camera shall deliver video over a 10/100 Base-T, auto-sensing, half/full duplex,
RJ45 Ethernet connection.
• The camera shall comply with the IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet standard. The
camera shall conform to the ONVIF Profile S standard. The camera shall support
AutoMDIX.
Image Posting:
The camera shall offer periodic JPEG image posting to an FTP server or a Dropbox account.
Access Security:
▪ The camera shall offer three levels of password protection. The camera shall support
802.1x authentication using a RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial In User Service)
server.
▪ The camera shall store a SSL certificate for use with HTTPS.
▪ The camera shall be capable of being independently AES encrypted with 128-bit
keys.
Recording and Storage Management:
 The camera shall support iSCSI devices to allow video stream to be recorded directly
to an iSCSI RAID array.
 The camera shall support iSCSI storage targets to enable the camera to function as a
conventional DVR.
 The camera shall have a microSD card slot.
 The local storage feature shall be capable of storage for Automatic Network
Replenishment (ANR). Local Recording: Continuous recording, ring recording,
alarm/events/schedule recording.
Alarm Handling Features:
The camera shall provide the capability on alarm to display up to a 31 character,
programmable alarm message.
The camera shall provide email alarm messaging with optional JPEG posting.
Embedded Video Content Analysis:
➢ The camera shall be VCA enabled.
➢ The camera shall be capable of processing and analyzing video within the camera
itself, with no extra hardware required.
➢ The camera shall be capable of detecting and sending alarms for abnormal events.
➢ The camera shall allow users to set up to 10 separate profiles and switch profiles
based on a day/night or holiday schedules.
➢ The camera shall offer MOTION+ video motion analysis that uses an algorithm based
on pixel change. The MOTION+ feature shall include extended tamper detection
capabilities.
Imaging:
Sensor type
1/2.7inch CMOS
Total sensor pixels
1950 x 1080
Sensitivity
Color 0.24 lx, Mono 0.05 lx, With IR 0.0 lx
(3200 K, reflectivity 89%, 30IRE, F1.3)
Dynamic range
Minimum 76 dB WDR
Video streaming
Video compression
H.264 (MP); M-JPEG
Streaming
Multiple configurable streams in H.264 and M-JPEG,
configurable frame rate and bandwidth. Regions of Interest
(ROI
Overall IP Delay
Min. 120 ms, Max. 340 ms
Encoder regions
Up to 8 areas with encoder quality settings per area
True Day/Night
Auto, Color, Monochrome
Noise reduction
Intelligent Dynamic Noise Reduction with separate
temporal and spatial adjustments
Intelligent defog
Intelligent Defog automatically adjusts parameters for best
picture in foggy or misty scenes (switchable)
Shutter speed
Automatic Electronic Shutter (AES)
Fixed (1/30 [1/25] to 1/15000)
Video resolution
1080p, 720p, 480p, 432p, 288p, 240p, 144p
Video compression
H.264 MP (Main Profile); M-JPEG
Max. frame rate
30 ips
LED Distance
Minimum 15 m
LED
10 LED high efficiency array, 850 nm
Lens type
3 to 10 mm Automatic Varifocal (AVF), DC Iris F1.3 –
360, IR corrected
Lens mount
Board mounted
Audio communication
Two-way, full duplex
Unit Configuration
Via web browser or Configuration Manager
Ethernet
10/100 Base-T, auto-sensing, half/full duplex
Ethernet connector
RJ45
Connectivity
ONVIF Profile S, Auto-MDIX
Other functions
Sharpness, Backlight compensation, Contrast enhancement,
Video authentication, Display stamping, Pixel counter
Memory card slot
Minimum 1.5TB microSDXC card
Network Protocols
Protocols
IPv4, IPv6, UDP, TCP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTP/RTCP, IGMP
V2/V3, ICMP, ICMPv6, RTSP, FTP, Telnet, ARP, DHCP,
NTP (SNTP), SNMP (V1, MIB-II), 802.1x, DNS, DNSv6,
DDNS (DynDNS.org, selfHOST.de, no-ip.com), SMTP,
iSCSI, UPnP (SSDP), DiffServ (QoS), LLDP, SOAP,
Dropbox, CHAP, digest authentication
Interoperability
ONVIF Profile S; GB/T 28181
Encryption
TLS 1.0, SSL, DES, 3DES, AES (optional)
Mechanical:
3-axis
(pan/tilt/rotation)
Color
adjustment 360º / 90º / 360º
RAL 9006
Environmental:
Operating temperature
-30 ºC to +60 ºC (-22 ºF to +148 ºF)
Storage temperature
-30 ºC to +70 ºC (-22 ºF to +158 ºF)
Humidity
20% to 90% relative humidity (non condensing)
Ingress protection
IP66
Impact protection
IK08
Certifications:
must )
CE, FCC, UL, cUL, RCM, CB, VCCI, IP66, IK10( UL
3. WORKSTATION
o Intel® Core™ i5-4570T with Intel HD Graphics 4600 (2.9 GHz, 4 MB cache,
2 cores)
o Intel® H81
o Windows 8.1 Pro 64
o 16 GB DDR3L-1600 SDRAM
o 500 GB HDD
o SATA SuperMulti DVD writer
o 2GB NVDIA Graphics
o Ports - 4 USB 2.0, 2 USB 3.0, 2 microphone in1 headphone, 1 audio line in, 1
audio line out, 1 VGA, 1 RJ-45 , Expansion slots 1 PCIe (x1)
o High definition audio (all ports are stereo), microphone and headphone front
ports (3.5 mm), line out rear port (3.5 mm), standard internal speaker
o Integrated 10/100/1000 GbE network connection, 180 W standard efficiency,
active PFC
4. 6KVA Online UPS
Providing, supplying, erection & commissioning and testing of 6KVA Online UPS system
suitable for operation on 230V, 50Hz, 3Phase, 380/400/475 VAC + Neutral + Earth-Normal
AC input with all accessories & Supplying, Installation, Commissioning & testing.
5. 1KVA UPS with 45 Min
6. 65” LED Monitor
7. 24 Port + POE Manageable Switch
o Device Interfaces 24 10/100/1000 Mbps, 4 SFP
o Port Standard & Functions IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T Ethernet
o IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet
o IEEE 802.3ab 1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet
o IEEE 802.3x Flow Control support for Full-Duplex Mode
o Switching Capacity 56 Gbp
o MAC Address Table 16K entries per device
o MAC Address Update Up to 256 static MAC entries
o Enable/ disable auto-learning of MAC addresses
o Maximum 64 bytes packet forwarding rate 41.7 Mpps
8. Media Converter
o Unmanaged Fast Ethernet media converter which supports 10/100Base-Tx to
100Base-Fx media conversion
o 1 x 100 Base-FX (SC) optical port and 1 x Fast Ethernet port
o Speed (Auto, 10/100 Mbps), Duplex (Full/Full) selection via dip switch
o Link fault pass through support
o Transparent pass through for VLAN Tagged and untagged user traffics
o Link, Activity & Speed LED indications
o Multimode, Single mode & Single fiber options
o Maximum distance up to 100Kms on Single Fiber
o Works opposite with OAK-13 chassis and standard 3rd party switches and
media converters
o Available in 230 VAC, 24VDC, 48VDC & 9VDC via adaptor power supply
ordering options
9. Single Mode Fiber Modules
o IEEE 802.3z, CSMA/CD, TCP/IP
o TX: 1310nm / RX: 1550nm
o 10 Kms Distance
o 1 Gbps or Above
o For Single Mode Fiber 9/125 um with SC Type Port
o Power Supply 3.3v
10. 3" 9 Meters Poles
Supply and Erection of Swaged tubular poles of height 9Mtrs having 3 sections and providing
two coats of red oxide paint and finished with two coats of enamel paint of approved quality
and silver color and MS Base plate of suitable size welded at the bottom. The pole shall be
erected in cement concrete bed ( 1:2:4), (0.5X.05X1) Mtrs, ( 5Mtrs – Hb4”dia3.5 mm
thickness , 2 Mtrs – Hb3.5”dia3.5 mm thickness, 2 Mtrs – Hb 3” dia 3.5 mm thickness with
top cover.
11. 9U Wall Mount Rack
o 9U Rack Frame/600X1000/Steel
o Casters Set of 4/Tp3 Levelers
o Glass Door/600/27U
o Metal Door/600/27U
o Side Panels/1000/27U/Vented
o 1Ph, 230V, 32A, Zero U standard Vertical rack mount power distribution unit
with 12 X Indian Round Pin
o 5/15A,
o Vertical Cable Organizer/38U/Loop
o Shelf/1000
o Shelf/Key Board/19"Rty/1000
o Mounting Hardware-CR (Pack of 20)
o Fan Module/Fan/Tower Mount/360CFM
12. Indoor 27U Floor Mount Rack
o 27U Rack Frame/600X1000/Steel
o Casters Set of 4/Tp3 Levelers
o Glass Door/600/27U
o Metal Door/600/27U
o Side Panels/1000/27U/Vented
o 1Ph, 230V, 32A, Zero U standard Vertical rack mount power distribution unit
with 12 X Indian Round Pin
o 5/15A,
o Vertical Cable Organizer/38U/Loop
o Shelf/1000
o Shelf/Key Board/19"Rty/1000
o Mounting Hardware-CR (Pack of 20)
o Fan Module/Fan/Tower Mount/360CFM
13. Patch Panel @ Racks with IO and Fully Loaded
14. Fully Loaded 6 Port LIU
15. Fully Loaded 24 Port LIU
16. Cat 6 Copper Patch Card 1Mtr
17. Cat 6 Copper (Armorred)
18. 12 Core Single Mode Fiber
19. 6 Core Single Mode Fiber
20. 3 Core 1.5 SQMM Power Cable (Armored)
21. 3 Core 1.5 SQMM Power Cable (Un-Armored)
22. HDPE Pipe
23. PVC Conduit Casing and Caping (1/2" & 1")
24. RJ 45 Connectors
25. Single IO
26. Cat 6 Patch Card 5Mtrs
27. OFC Patch Card
28. MCB
29. 6 way Modular Box
30. DBV Box
31. Earth Pit - Chemical
32. Digging Soil and Cable Laying
33. Documentation, Fluke Test for Networking & Drawing
34. Training
35. Firewall & VPN appliance with 4Mbps
36. Camera Accessories
37. Erection Work
38. Power Supply, 220VAC 50Hz, 12VDC 1A Out
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