1 Integrated Physical Security Webinar Elizabeth Basile Dan Crosland WWT Business Development Manager State and Local Government, Education Cisco Business Development Manager Physical Security Ben Green Chris Jensen IPVision Co-Founder Retired Phoenix PD Regional Security Manager, Anixter Corporation Richard Malpiedi IPVision Director of Sales
2 Questions Are Encouraged You can ask questions during the presentation by using the WebEx tool bar Q&A button at the bottom of your screen.
3 Today s Agenda Introductions Capabilities / Technology Overview Why WWT, IPVision and Cisco? Video Surveillance Access Control IPICS Guest Speaker, Chris Jensen Live Demonstration Q&A Roundtable Panel Discussion
4 Why WWT, IPVision and Cisco? Capabilities Overview
5 Your Success Drives Ours Relentless Focus on People, Process & Partnerships Excellent Customer Service and Proven Methodology Strong Partner Relationships Over 1,000 Talented Employees Global Supply Chain/Logistics, Distribution & Support 2008 Revenue $2.5B, with $1B in Cisco Sales Strong Credit Line, $350M+ Minority Owned, Founded in 1990 Industry Expertise Contract Vehicles
6 Strong Cisco & IPVision Relationship WWT is one of Cisco s Top 5 Partners U.S. and Canada Theatre Partner of the Year Enterprise Partner of the Year Federal DVAR of the Year Only Gold Partner as Authorized Learning Center Over 100 Cisco-certified engineers and more than 500 certifications in advanced Cisco technologies Masters Certification in Unified Communication and Security WWT was also recognized as a Customer Satisfaction Excellence Partner, the highest distinction a partner can achieve within the Cisco Channel Partner Program IPVision Partner for Physical Security
7 Advanced Technology Focus Unified Communications Cisco Unified Communications helps workers increase productivity and collaborate in realtime using their choice of tools and applications. Security Best-of-breed security provides rapid response to today's threats, and offers a path to migration and integration for a holistic, selfdefending network. Wireless Evolve your wireless network with the Cisco Mobility Services Engine and a suite of mobility services software. Personal Systems Peripherals Servers Routing & Switching Networking Data Center Information is your most valuable asset. Maximize your data through integrated hardware, software, and services. Storage Communication Devices
8 Industry Expertise Our Partners
9 Networked Solutions Enhance Safety and Security Access Control LocationVideo Based Services Training Campus Transportation Monitoring Digital Media Signage First Responder Monitoring Unified Communications IP Network Radio Interoperability Conferencing and Collaboration Visitor Management Video Surveillance PSAP Integration Acoustic and Motion Building Sensors System Monitoring
10 Why WWT? People, Processes, Partnerships Technology Focus Industry Expertise Solutions Physical Security Cisco ATP certified Video Surveillance Access Control Emergency Response Notification Systems Radio Interoperability (Cisco IPICS) Disaster Recovery Network Emergency Response Vehicles Services Capabilities State Contracts AK, AZ, KS, MI, MO, NY, TX Federal Contracts VHA, HPG, ITES-2H, GSA, SEWP
11 IPVision Capabilities Richard Malpiedi IPVision Director of Sales Ben Green IPVision Co-Founder
12 Who IPVision is IPVision is an Arizona Corporation that specializes in the convergence of physical security and building automation onto an IP network platform. IPVision is a division of Cybernetic Research Laboratories, Inc., a leading contract manufacturer for the aerospace, military, medical, and commercial markets.
13 What We Do We expertly combine the most advanced intelligent security products, proven networking technologies, and "best practices" to deliver complete, best of breed physical security solutions.
14 Phoenix Police Department Phoenix P.D. Video Surveillance System Administrative Room Houses video server & connectivity equipment Electronic surveillance monitor rooms (3) 28 work stations Five 50 plasma monitors Two 23 monitors One 40 Plasma monitor Equipment 45 wireless mesh nodes 80 various IP cameras
15 Super Bowl 2008 Support
16 Democratic National Convention IPVision Overt Backpack deployed at the DNC and monitored by Homeland Security.
17 Cisco Video Surveillance Manager Solution
18 Cisco Physical Access Control Deployment Architecture Cisco Access Gateway Layer 2 Switch Cisco Physical Access Cisco IP Network Manager LDAP / Microsoft Active Directory Network Admission Control Oracle/SAP
19 Example Map Interface
20 IPVision Rapid Deployment IPVision Edge Rapid Deployment MCCU Solution provides a versatile self contained network and NVR in a weather proof portable case Key Features: - Embedded solid State x86 computer / NVR and storage - Integrated Cisco 881 cellular EVDO router and amplifier - Hot swappable solid state HDD drive for video storage
21 IPVision Covert Solution IPVision Edge Covert Pole-Cam provides a versatile self contained network and NVR in a covert weather proof portable NEMA enclosure. Key Features: - Embedded solid State x86 computer / NVR and storage - Integrated Cisco 881 cellular EVDO router and amplifier option - Integrated WIFI option - Integrated Axis or Sony IP PTZ camera HDD drive for video storage - Thermal electric cooler and heater option - Integrated GPS option - Covert weather proof enclosure and storage
22 IPVision Overt Backpack IPVision Overt Backpack provides a versatile self contained highly mobile overt camera solution for law enforcement activities. The IPVision Overt Backpack is non-proprietary and fully integrates with Cisco VSMS. The IPVision Overt Backpack is ideally deployed in locations were a rapidly deployable overt camera solution is needed with the flexibility to be de-ployed with complete mobility. Key Features: - Integrated Cisco 881 cellular EVDO router and amplifier - 4 hour lithium ion battery pack - Integrated GPS option
23 IPVision Mounts Mounts and Hardware IPVision designs custom mounts to provide increased functionality and flexibility with the deployment of video surveillance solutions. Through our experience as an integrator we consistently run across integrations were off the shelf mounts don t provide the ability to mount to a specific location, mounting surface, or provide the field of view needed.
24 Cisco Public Safety and Security Solutions Dan Crosland Business Development Manager Physical Security
25 Cisco Objective: Mitigation of Threats using the Network as Platform for Public Safety Natural Disasters Earthquake, flood, hurricane, tornado, wind storm, range fire, mud slide, drought Life Safety Fire, gas leak, chemical and bio-hazard spill, mining Terrorism Health SARS, Norovirus, Anthrax, Avian Flu, Small Pox, Hepatitis Other Bomb threat, demonstration, strike, traffic congestion
26 Mitigation Challenges are the same regardless of the Agency Inter / Intra-Agency Communications Directive to Do more with less Information Overload (Alarms/Notifications from Numerous Systems) Availability of accurate, consistent, timely information for public and intra/inter-agency briefings Limitations of Current Systems (Proprietary, Difficult to Use/Manage/Scale) Network Integration Preserving Investments
27 Key Technology Components of Cisco s NetworkBased Physical Security Solution Video Surveillance For viewing of live and recorded video Including video analytics software Electronic Access Control For controlling ingress and egress Including biometric and smart card integration Radio Interoperability Systems (IPICS) Integration with Third Party Systems, Including Command and Control Cisco technology, including Unified Communications, Digital Media and Telepresence
28 Event Response Today Video analytics Sensors Access controls Contact closures Event Alarm Security guard detects intruder or event and notifies operator Detected Operator notifies key personnel who make a decision and dispatch appropriate resources Field must communicate through a central point Notification
29 Cisco Network-Based Event Response Allows Ubiquitous Communication Video analytics Sensors Access controls Contact closures Event Alarm Guards/command center notified of event via predefined policies; no manual intervention required Predefined actions can be triggered. Cameras switching monitors, alarms, etc. Detected Notification UHF/VHF Radios Phones Radios Radios/Cell Phones Radios/Cell Phones IP Phones
30 Emergency Response and Public Safety: Remove Silos with IP Interoperability and Collaboration Devices/Networks Organizations Police Dept IP Nextel PC PTT Mobile Radios Phones Phones Phones Clients Fire Dept Other Agencies IPICS Intelligent Platform Controls Media and Information Locations Departments Facilities Applications Remote Facilities Video Unified Communications Surveillance GIS and Data
31 Cisco IPICS Benefits Improved ease of use and management for comprehensive communications interoperability Personnel in the same or different agencies can communicate across previously isolated radio, IP, and non-ip networks Improved Response, Flexibility, and Reach Delivers information to any type of communications device: radio, telephone, IP phone, cell phone, or PC client Investment protection, reduced costs, enabling new applications and technologies
32 Public Safety Case Study New York Mass Transit Authority Over 11 million passengers and 800,000 vehicles on nine toll bridges and tunnels per weekday Viewing of live and recorded video from bridges, tunnels, subway and roadways Distribution of video to any network-connected location Integrates existing Pelco and Nice surveillance systems for maximum investment protection and minimum disruption
33 Public Safety Case Study Grant Joint Union High School District Urban-suburban district in Sacramento, CA with 11 high schools, 2 adult education centers, 12,000 students Student and faculty safety, vandalism, liability of students entering campus after hours Legacy CCTV System 400 cameras, poor video quality, limited storage, no remote access Cisco Video Surveillance Easy future expansion Redundant local and remote video archives Role based user access Benefits Helps ensure student and faculty safety Reduce theft after school hours (eliminated vandalism at one school) Quickly resolve confrontations (25% reduction in fights on campus, 40% drop in disciplinary concerns)
34 Public Safety Case Study Boulder County, Colorado 294,000 residents, 1,600 employees, 741 square miles Varied mountain, flat terrains Service to cities and towns Challenges Public safety communications Fire and disaster (flood) response Search and rescue Cisco Radio Interoperability System Benefits Improved response Improved reach and flexibility Cost effective
35 Safety at Cisco Cisco Security Operations has: 435 sites/60+ countries 81,000 employees and contractors 6678 badge readers 2860 cameras CONVERGED CALL CENTERS FOR BOTH SECURITY AND FACILITY MONITORING 250+ radios/ 35 channels
36 Guest Speaker Chris Jensen, Retired Phoenix PD Regional Security Manager, Anixter Corporation Bringing Down the Bull - Leveraging Technology to Solve Criminal Investigations
37 Phoenix PD CCTV History Old System Analog Microwave Terrible image quality No range Seldom used by investigators Never used for patrol operations
38 Summer 2006 Baseline Rapist & Random Shooters Mandate from city hall to establish video surveillance to support investigations. Established a 30 IP camera network on 5 mesh networks within a 5 sq miles area of Phoenix In 2 WEEKS.
39 Results Surveillance video freed up 30 surveillance officers per shift. Resources able to follow-up other leads. All suspects arrested summer of Start of Phoenix s IP Wireless video surveillance system Desert Guardian
40 Phoenix Model Event (investigation) based, temporary deployments. Normally covert Deployments geared to achieve specific goals. Once event goals are met, resources are redeployed to meet the needs of other events.
41 Super Bowl Phoenix Area of Operations NFL Headquarters International Media Center Numerous NFL events 42 cameras / 5 mesh networks 2 Operation centers established New technologies used: Rapid deployable cameras VoIP communications between operation centers Backpack camera.
42 Super Bowl
43 Planning a Successful Deployment Define goals and expected outcomes. Complete a technical and operational site survey. Identify backhaul infrastructure (end to end). Identify and communicate tasks for all parties: Integrators IT department PD Establish operational policies to establish boundaries for your employees. TRAIN
44 Lessons Learned For Success Relationships are essential. No one department owns infrastructure. Before deploying system, have clear defined goals. Training is essential. Allow time for staff to accept new technologies. Three keys to success Proven technologies Proven Integrators/Suppliers Proper infrastructure
45 Desert Guardian Expansion Large Systems Convention Center Sky Harbor etc VPN Connection Local database City Fiber Command & Control rooms Private CCTV infrastructure Centralized database and archive US Airway Center Chase Field Remote deployments City Fiber Copper Square new overt deployment Light Rail Secure Mesh Network in core downtown area Covert Investigative Deployments Remote access for mobile command Rapid Deploy
46 Live Demonstration Video Surveillance Ben Green, IPVision Co-Founder
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