Lectures on Statistical Modeling Theory
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Cisco Physical Security Solution Overview
Executive Summary Cisco Physical Security solutions provide broad network-centric capabilities in video surveillance, IP camera technology, electronic access control, and incident response. The solutions are part of Cisco’s Smart+Connected Communities initiative, which focuses on improving the quality of life of citizens by helping to create a safe and secure living environment that is a foundation for supporting sustainable social, environmental, and economic growth. Cisco Physical Security solutions integrate with other Cisco and partner technologies to provide a unified interface that gives safety personnel a higher level of situational awareness and allows intelligent decisions to be made more quickly. Customers can build cost-effective, modular physical security solutions that are both best-in-class and interoperable.
The Challenge Physical security is a top priority for many organizations and governments. To help create a safe and secure environment, security personnel develop plans, train staff, and implement systems such as surveillance cameras, access controls, and paging and radio systems. These investments help to protect against threats from man-made and natural disasters. What’s more, they can be far more effective and can cost less to manage when tied together over an existing IP network. Benefits include earlier threat detection, faster response, and enhanced collaboration with local law enforcement organizations.
The Solution Unlike non-integrated point products, Cisco solutions provide end-to-end support to quickly detect incidents and correlate and prioritize key information, enabling faster and more effective collaboration among incident response personnel. Using the network as an open, scalable platform for integrating security helps to increase operational flexibility, improve protection capabilities, and reduce both risk and cost of ownership.
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Safety and Security
Cisco Video Surveillance
Physical Access Manager Multiservices Platform
Cisco IPICS Multiservices Platform
Cisco Integrated Services Router Video Media Management and Storage
Network as the Platform
End-to-End Safety and Security Solutions
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Cisco Physical Security Products
Cisco Video SurveillanceCisco Physical AccessCisco IP Interoperability IP Video Surveillance Software IP CamerasControl andCollaboration System Cisco Video Surveillance IPCisco Video Surveillance solutionsThe Cisco Physical AccessCisco IP Interoperability and Cameras are feature-rich digitaluse the IP network to deliverControl solution is scalableCollaboration System (IPICS) cameras that enable surveillanceand receive live and recordedand flexible, able to manageis a comprehensive IP-based in a wide variety of environments.video surveillance media. Thisfrom one to several thousanddispatch and incident response Available in standard and high-solution is suited for multiple-doors. Customers can combinesolution. By sending radio traffic definition, box and dome, wiredsite and remote-site IP videomodules to customize solutions,over an IP network, Cisco IPICS and wireless, and stationery andsurveillance and provides excellentand can manage the entirecost-effectively enables public pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) versions, thescalability, reliability, and bandwidthsystem remotely. This solutionsafety personnel to exchange cameras support MPEG-4 andmanagement. easilyintegrates with Ciscoinformation when they are H.264 and offer efficient networkVideo Surveillance Manager andusing incompatible radios. Cisco Video Surveillance Media utilization while providingcan use IP network services.Cisco IPICS allows push-to-Server:The core component of high-quality video.talk communications on radio Cisco Video Surveillance Manager,Cisco Physical Access handsets, networks, laptop Medianet Support:As part ofMedia Server is a highly scalable andGateway:This intelligent, and PC clients, telephones, Cisco’s wider business videoreliable video management platformdistributed processing and mobile phones, improving strategy to support medianetthat manages, replicates, distributes,networking edge device is the response times and resource architecture, the Cisco Videoand archives video streams.primary module to connect collaboration. Surveillance 4500 Series IPdoor hardware, such as locks Cisco Video Surveillance Cameras can now be automaticallyand readers, to the network.Cisco IPICS Dispatch Console: Operations Manager:This web-configured on an EthernetAccessory modules are availableAn IP-based radio dispatch based user interface authenticates switchport, dramatically reducingto handle additional doors andsolution for mission-critical radio and manages access to video feeds. It the time and expertise needed toinput/outputs. communications,the console is a centralized administration tool for deploy cameras.empowers public safety officials the management of Media Servers,Cisco Physical Access to consolidate incident-related Video Analytics:cameras, encoders, and viewers.The 4500Manager:This management information and instantly share cameras also provide videoapplication is used to configure Cisco Video Surveillance Media the information using voice, analytics capabilities for classifyinghardware, monitor activity, enroll Virtual Matrix:Virtual Matrix video, and data. and counting objects, and are ableusers, and integrate with IT monitors video feeds in command-to detect camera tampering.applications and data stores.Cisco IPICS Mobile Client: center and other 24-hour monitoring This smartphone application 5000 Series:High-definition domeenvironments. It allows operators to complements a radio by giving cameras with auto back focus andcontrol the video being displayed the responder access to an super low lighton multiple local and remote incident talk group and all digital monitors. 4000 Series:High-definition box supporting media, such as cameras that support medianet andCisco Physical Security current incident status, video, edge-based video analyticsOperations Manager:This scalable and pictures. command-and-control-style 2900 Series:Indoor and outdoor operator console unifies management PTZ dome cameras with 360° and operations of Cisco Video continuous pan and 256 presets Surveillance Manager, Cisco Physical 2600 Series:Standard-definition Access Manager, and Cisco IPICS. box and dome cameras with VSS Alloy for Cisco Video motorized focus and zoom lens Surveillance Manager:Designed 2500 Wireless:Standard-definition for the education market, this wireless box cameras that support Solution Plus product provides an various network protocols intuitive user interface with integrated mapping interface and video paging.
Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform
The Multiservices Platform servers enable the deployment and management of physical security services such as video surveillance, access control, and incident response communications. The server suite includes 1-RU and 2-RU models and provides benefits such as high storage density, system resiliency, and hardware diagnostics. An optional encoder card is also available, providing up to 16 analog video inputs with full-frame rate at D1 resolution.
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Why Cisco Combining video surveillance, access control, and incident response, Cisco Physical Security solutions are easy to manage and easy to support. And because they’re based on open standards, you can easily integrate Cisco solutions with products from Cisco partners to meet your specific requirements. With deployments in industries such as education, municipalities, transportation, airports and ports, retail, healthcare, and more, Cisco Physical Security solutions meet the uncompromising needs of today’s safety and security professionals.
For More Information
For more information about Cisco Physical Security solutions, visithttp://www.cisco.com/go/physecor contact your local Cisco account representative.
For more information about Business Video, visithttp://www.cisco.com/go/businessvideo
For more information about Smart + Connected Communities, visithttp://www.cisco.com/go/smartconnectedcommunities
Cisco and the Cisco Logo are trademarks of Cisco Systems, Inc. and/or its aﬃliates in the U.S. and other countries. A listing of Cisco’s trademarks can be found at www.cisco. com/go/trademarks. Third-party trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners. The use of the word partner does not imply a partnership relationship between Cisco and any other company. (1007R)C45-468316-02 02/11
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