10.01.2 The electronic security systems will include the following systems: CCTV Surveillance, Access Control and Addressable Door Monitoring, Guard Patrol, Doorphone Intercommunication, Integration of all Systems
10.01.7 The electronic security systems shall be interfaced with the Building Management System (BMS) which will be provided as part of the Mechanical Installations. This interfacing will provide facilities of specific control functions and communications to the specific system in an alarm situation. This interfacing shall use a proprietary industry-standard network of open architecture such as Lonworks or equivalent. The responsibility of the interface connections and all necessary communication gateways between electronic security systems and the BMS shall be wholly on the electronics system’s provider.
10.02.1.6 The CCTV surveillance system shall be fully integrated with the Access Control System, and Alarm Door Monitoring System into card 10.03.8 The VOS shall be a map based CCTV management software. A map edition tool shall allow the user to create easily his own Graphical User Interfaces (GUI) from a wide variety of sources for screen maps (Autocad files Bitmap etc.).
10.03.9 In case that a camera video signal is lost, the VOS shall have the capability to alert the system’s administrator. The VOS shall receive all incoming events from the electronic security sys`tems (access control, burglar alarm devices such as motion detectors, magnetic contacts etc.) and shall take appropriate action based on user defined programmes. The VOS shall create an audit trail of events and user activities. The log file shall be editable and searched for specific events.
10.04.1.2 The access control system shall be fully integrated with the CCTV Surveillance System and the Fire Alarm and the Voice Evacuation Systems into a central electronic security system
10.05.1.4 The central equipment shall provide control, monitoring and programming facilities and they shall allow interactive control on a common platform with the Access Control, the CCTV Surveillance and the Fire Alarm and Voice Evacuation systems. Integration of systems (Access Control, CCTV, Burglar Alarm) shall be completely seamless and shall be done through direct software link and not through mechanical contacts or inputs / outputs.
10.05.11 Graphical user interface (GUI)
10.05.11.1 The system shall support a graphics function, which shall display building layouts and representations. The system shall display the status of all points on the system (Access, CCTV, Burglar Alarm, Door Monitoring, etc.)
10.05.13 Central Buildiing Integration System (CBIS)
10.05.13.1 The CBIS has an open architecture design. It supports industry standards for databases, networks, credential printers, video cameras, and more, such as OPC, AutoCAD, HTML, ASPX, and MS-SQL. No customized or proprietary PC software or hardware is required to operate the system.
10.05.13.4 All subsystems, such as fire or intrusion panels, voice evacuation systems, or video devices are connected using the OPC interface standard. The CBIS monitors these interfaces. The monitoring signals malfunctions and operational availability of the connection to each subsystem in the CBIS user interface. The OPC server supports the import of existing subsystem configurations for direct use inside the CBIS configuration, avoiding double input of similar data. It is possible to use OPC servers (software drivers) running on any PC inside the corporate network. Re-installing OPC drivers on the CBIS computer shall be avoided.
10.05.13.7 The system can perform a wide variety of security management and administrative functions as part of a total integrated package. These functions include the following: Central alarm management and monitoring, Intrusion detection and security management, Fire system and life safety management, Video management, Access control management, 3rd party system support, such as automation systems
10.05.13.17 The CBIS must provide a real-time device overview of the entire system’s status. All connected subsystems are shown on a status tree, such as intrusion detection system (IDS), fire alarm system, video systems, access control hardware, and individual detectors, as well as internal items, such as server or operator status. A direct control into subsystems is possible by clicking on panel/detector address.
10.05.14 Subsytem’s Management
10.05.14.1 The CBIS shall provide the advanced and seamless connection, monitoring and control of OPC-compliant intrusion detection systems and similar security systems, such as hold-up systems or perimeter fence control. It should support the standard detector types typically connected to those systems, such as:motion detectors, glass break sensors, seismic detectors, hold up buttons, magnetic contacts, Light barriers, RF barriers, Input contacts (2- and 4-state mode), relay outputs and so on
10.05.14.2 The CBIS must allow authorized operators to arm or disarm existing areas/zones defined inside the Intrusion Detection System. The actual status of the areas/zones are shown real-time in the device overview.
10.05.14.3 Any alarm/event coming from an Intruder Detection System’s detector, the Intruder Detection System’s itself, or from a similar system must be displayed real-time to all authorized operators on their dedicated workstations with all corresponding location maps, animated icons, and assigned alarm documents. Parallel alarms/events are stored in the CBIS event log. All operator actions on such an event are also stored in the event log for seamless reporting.
10.05.14.4 The CBIS must be able to link directly to connected video systems. It displays live video from one or more dedicated cameras in the same user interface corresponding to the intrusion alarm/event. The CBIS also allows the automatic trigger of alarm archives in corresponding OPC compliant DVR systems. Links to such alarm archives are stored in the CBIS event log, and allow direct access to the archive in later reporting.
10.05.14.5 The CBIS provides an advanced and seamless connection, monitoring and control of OPC compliant fire alarm systems. It supportsthe standard detector types typically connected to those systems.
10.05.14.7 Seamless Integration with PA or Evacuation Management The CBIS must allow to trigger automatically announcements in a voice evacuation and p.a. system. With the CBIS timer functions, progressive evacuation scenarios must be definable.
EVACUATION (AVE) INTEGRATION
9.21.1 The Fire Alarm System shall be integrated to the AVE system in such a way that upon activation of a Fire Alarm one-way supervised automatic voice alarm operations should be activated. Interface of the Fire Alarm to the AVE system shall be done through direct software link and not through mechanical contacts. This interface should be supervised.
9.21.2 The system should recognize on which zone fire alarm was activated and the appropriate emergency announcement sequence should be followed.
9.21.3 The integration of the Fire Alarm System with the AVE System shall be according to EN54.