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CAMERA SURVEILLANCE

 

CAMERA SURVEILLANCE - IN GENERAL

  • Concept

The to be developed concept has the main objective to discourage the many forms of common crime as well as early warning to the security management.
The to be developed solution should provide the necessary support on the field during the aforementioned incidents and/or during events.

The management system should also be designed in such a way that after any facts, images can be consulted on a quick and user-friendly way
  • Study & Design

Based on the study of the aforementioned elements and the study of the local practices, SCOPE will be able (when consulting the client) to:

    • divide the site(s) into zones of different security level;
    • define the correct spectrum of the areas to protect;
    • define an optimal implantation of the cameras and means of communication;
    • provide advice concerning the cameras to implant (fixed, Dome, mobile, vandal proof, weather resistant, maintenance, and similar);
    • determine the appropriate camera technology in function of the local measured light intensity;
    • determine the appropriate software for image analysis (f.i. detection of persons, number plate recognition treatment of sound, remote control, …);
    • develop the appropriate video transmission technology (Fibre; wireless, …);
    • optimize the control and visualisation of the existing control room, taking into account possible future expansions.
  • Establishing technical, functional and administrative specifications

Based on the retained pre design, SCOPE will draw up the complete specifications.
The installations that can, both technically as well as functionally, prove the suppositions, on which the concept and the preliminary design were based, are described.

  • Preparation of the tender document

The overall technical and administrative document is complemented by SCOPE with the necessary implementation drawings, measurement statement, and bidding documents.
SCOPE assists the invited bidders with all information necessary to prepare their bid.  SCOPE accompanies them for a site visit, when necessary.

  • Evaluation of the bids

SCOPE assists the principal in evaluating the received bids.
SCOPE prepares a detailed report for the principal with a comparison evaluation of the various bids, and based on this, submits a recommendation for the bid to be selected.

  • Project approach

During the entire execution of the project, an intense cooperation between the client, SCOPE and the other partners in the project will be necessary. The necessary contacts between the operating services of the client and the local fire department will be established.

The appropriate reporting of these contacts will be logged.

  • Following up the activities
      • on explicit demand of the client, SCOPE will follow up the job activities that relate to the camera installation;
      • SCOPE will coordinate all job activities and will control all elements that relate to the camera installation;
      • SCOPE will check the progress logs that are submitted by the contractors who install the camera installation;
      • SCOPE will examine the submitted technical files;
      • on demand, SCOPE will be available for a weekly site meeting;
      • SCOPE will monitor the performance schedule.
    • Deliverances

    SCOPE checks the activation of the installation and provides the principal with detailed reports whether or not to proceed with the preliminary acceptance.
    If necessary,
    SCOPE will draft a list of possible additional tests that may be necessary to obtain the preliminary acceptance.

    CAMERA SURVEILLANCE – URBAN ENVIRONMENT

    • Concept

    The to be developed concept has the main objective to discourage the many forms of common crime as well as early warning to the police. The solution to work out should provide the necessary support on the field during the aforementioned incidents and/or during events.
    The management system should also be designed in such a way that after any facts, images can be consulted on a quick and user-friendly way.

    • Study & design

    Identification of critical zones

    Identification of the critical zones that are a priority of the local Police: entertainment places, places where increased aggression is frequently noticed, area around the central station, shopping centres, event venues, places where possible new projects will start, main escape routes, possible new planned traffic routes, …

    Following approach will be followed:

      • draw up an inventory of the existing infrastructure;
      • define the zones of different security level;
      • determine the new location, depending on the security level;
      • define the correct spectrum of the new areas to protect;
      • define possible risk increasing factors;
      • advice on organisational elements and rules & regulations.

    SCOPE will draw up a detailed report containing the requirements analysis with objects and goals to validate.
    In addition, if necessary, meetings and/or workshops will be organised, including a report. This report contains a description and a detailed plan with the implantation of the cameras and the camera images per location.

    • Determine the field of application of ANPR-cameras

    This research concerns the determination of a number of possible escape routes that are a priority of the local Police

    Following approach will be followed:

      • analysis of the general way of working via ANPR-cameras and controlling them;
      • determine the possible escape routes where ANPR has to be foreseen/applied;
      • examination of the implantation (visualisation), connectivity and means of communication.

    SCOPE delivers a clear implantation report, including:

      • the result of the research on possible escape routes in and around the Police zone;
      • the splitting up of the priorities and the determination of a step-by-step plan for the implementation of the overall package of ANPR-cameras in the future;
      • the proposed implantations/installations of possible locations;
      • the possibilities of collaboration with other Police zones with an ANPR-network,
    • Application of mobile cameras

    In this phase, the applicable area of fixed mobile cameras will be discussed with the client’s steering committee. It concerns cameras that will be used in case of events and/or possible places of aggressions or unauthorized dumping. If necessary, SCOPE will organise workshops in order to determine the right application. From this analysis, SCOPE will work out proposals when sketching designs.

    • Application of Drones

    SCOPE examines with the client if it could be interesting to use Drones.
    SCOPE shall use her contacts which already have experience with Drones for special occasions.
    SCOPE delivers a report with a clear point of view per discussed opportunity.

    • The general camera network

    This research concerns possible existing infrastructure (network) and equipment.

    In this phase SCOPE will examine following possibilities:

    • develop the appropriate video transmission technology or upgrade after the analysis (technical screening) of the existing/future camera network;
    • determine the most flexible installation of the wireless network, taking into account the new additional locations for new cameras and the new planned location of the control room;
    • execute a Path-Engineering for the purpose of the wireless network;
    • eventually, examine alternatives in terms of possible underground cabling;
    • examine the possibility of connection to the power supply network;
    • Establishing technical, functional and administrative specifications

    Based on the retained preliminary design, SCOPE will draw up the complete specifications.
    The installation that can, both technically as well as functionally, prove the suppositions, on which the concept and the preliminary design were based, are described.

    • Preparation of the tender document

    The overall technical and administrative document is complemented by SCOPE with the necessary implementation drawings, measurement statement, and bidding documents.
    SCOPE assists the invited bidders with all information necessary to prepare their bid.  SCOPE accompanies them for a site visit, when necessary.

    • Evaluation of bids

    SCOPE assists the client in evaluating the received bids.
    SCOPE prepares a detailed report for the principal with a comparison evaluation of the various bids, and based on this, submits a recommendation for the bid to be selected.

    • Project approach

    During the entire execution of the project, an intense cooperation between the client, SCOPE and the other partners in the project will be necessary..
    The appropriate reporting of these contacts will be done/performed/carried out in the form of a log/diary of the works.

    • Following up the activities
      • on explicit demand of the client, SCOPE will follow up on the job activities that relate to the camera installation;
      • SCOPE will coordinate all job activities and will control all elements that relate to the camera installation;
      • SCOPE will check the progress logs that are submitted by the contractors who install the camera installation;
      • SCOPE will examine the submitted technical files;
      • on demand, SCOPE will be available for a weekly site meeting;
      • SCOPE will monitor the performance schedule.
    • Deliverances

    SCOPE checks the activation of the installation and provides the principal with detailed reports whether or not to proceed with the preliminary acceptance.
    If necessary, SCOPE will draft a list of possible additional tests that may be necessary to obtain the preliminary acceptance.

 
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