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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 monitor(s) located in Central control
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,
reporting, and communication protocols.
1.4. Equipment with better specifications shall be accepted.
2. General Specifications:
2.1. Proposed CCTV system shall be an open standard based integrated system with IP
network centric functional and management architecture.
2.2. System shall use video signals from various types of indoor/outdoor CCD color
cameras installed at different locations, process them for viewing on
workstations/monitors at Central Control Room and simultaneously record all the
cameras after compression using MPEG 4 or better standard.
2.3. System shall have Digital CCD Color video Cameras with individual IP address,
Network Video recorders (NVR), Application software, Color Video Monitors,
2.4. The NVR must be embedded type (Appliance). Each NVR 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 cannot 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
2.8. System shall use IP enabled cameras. The video shall be compressed using MPEG4 or better standard and streamed over the IP network.
2.9. The recording resolution and frame rate for each camera shall be user
2.10. NVR System(s) shall operate on 230 V, 50 Hz single -phase power supply. Power
for all NVR(s) will be conditioned using on-line UPS (must be offered) with
minimum 30 minutes or more back up time.
2.11. All the control equipments e.g. NVR, UPS etc. shall be provided in standard Racks.
A suitable cabinet must be included in the offer.
2.12 It should be a complete solution and All components shall be the same brand.
3. System requirements:
3.1. All cameras must be IP Cameras and shall be used for image capture.
3.2. All Cameras shall be Day/Night cameras (0 LUX).
3.3. All Cameras shall operate on PoE beside external Power source (These must be
integrated by the camera manufacturer).
3.4. 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.
3.5. Facility of Camera recording in CIF, 2CIF, 4CIF 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.
3.6. System to have facility of additional camera installation beyond the originally
planned capacity (Scalability). Details and prices must be clear in the offer.
3.7. 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 monitor in the Control room or on a remote
workstation and shall be recorded on NVR.
3.8. System shall be triplex i.e. it should provide facility of Viewing, Recording & Replay
3.9. 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.
3.10. In situations of general/limited power failure, the system must automatically
reconnect to the affected cameras immediately without any intervention after
power restoration.
3.11. Every camera must be secured with a password and any access must be
authenticated before viewing its stream.
4. System design:
4.1. Each camera shall be IP based, UTP ready. They should be capable of producing
streams @ 25 fps for each camera for viewing on LAN and on monitors and also
recording into the NVR @ 25 fps or lower frame rate, user selectable as per
requirement, for each individual camera.
4.2. All cameras shall be Power over Ethernet (PoE) compliant and ready by the
manufacturer and connected to Layer 2 or Layer 3 switch as per system design
using UTP CAT 6 Cable and the required connectors as per standards.
4.3. Facility for viewing and controlling all the cameras at various other locations, as
required, shall be provided.
4.4. There shall be a Control System with Video Control Software to manage all the
video surveillance devices.
4.5. System shall keep track of all configurations & events. This will help in proper
System administration & management.
4.6. Video stream from individual cameras shall be recorded on respective NVR, 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
4.7. At least 5 remote workstations in LAN can view and control the cameras, and
retrieve the recorded video images from the NVR device seamlessly. The client
software must support authorized access & different access rights.
5. Video Surveillance Application Software
5.1. Digital video surveillance control software should be capable to display and
manage the entire surveillance system.
5.2. The software should Support flexible 1/2/4/16 Windows Split screen display mode
or scroll mode on the PC monitor or on preview monitor as per site requirement.
5.3. 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.
5.4. The software should have user access authority configurable on per device or per
device group basis.
5.5. The system shall provide User activity log (audit trail) with user id, time stamp,
and action performed, etc.
5.6. 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.
5.7. It should have recording modes i.e. continuous, manual and motion detection
(event driven). It should also be possible to search and replay the recorded images
on date, time and camera-wise. It should have the facility for scheduled recording.
Different recording speeds (fps) and resolution for each recording mode for each
camera should be possible.
5.8. It should provide programmable motion detection and recording, to be defined
area wise. 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, wind, swaying trees
and gradual light changes.
5.9. 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.
5.10. 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 Recorders or any other device in a format which can be replayed
through a standard PC based software.
5.11. Storage: 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.
5.12. The system shall have the ability to send an alert for the administrator(s) via
email or any other way about any malfunctioning component.
6. 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.
7. System Availability:
- Availability for the whole system : 99% (only 7.2 hours is the total allowed down time
for all the components in a month) excluding Network and Power failure Interruptions.
8. Site Survey:
It is required from all the bidders to carry out a site survey which will be assigned at a
later stage.
9. Specs of all components :
Technical specs of all components are left to the bidders, they must be clear and
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