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Title: IPVS Industry Overview


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IPVS Industry Overview
  • IPVS Background
  • Overview
  • Security Information Management (SIM) Market,
    Technology Vision , and Reference List
  • Features / Functions, FAQ, Value-Propositions
  • Software Demonstration

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IPVS Background Team
  • IPVision Software
  • HQ in Tampa, FL
  • EMEA operations in London, UK
  • Software Development Tech. Support in
    Birmingham, AL
  • Four years of research, design, coding effort to
    bring applications to market
  • Team
  • Mark Felberg (Tampa, FL) Founder CEO, 20 years
    consulting experience in the design,
    implementation, and support of data-com network
    systems for Fortune 1000 firms. Four years
    invested in developing the IPVision application
    software.
  • E. Monte Richter III, President / Director of
    Software Development Monte is the designer and
    creator of the IPVision Management Console. His
    responsibilities include the oversight of
    technology development, design, implementation
    and deployment of IPVision Software (IPVS) and
    associated hardware products. Monte has over
    twenty years of progressive accomplishments in
    both software engineering and managing software
    development projects.

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IPVS Market Overview
  • A report by RNCOS, titled Expanding Closed
    Circuit TV Industry - A Boon or Bane to The
    Security Service Market
  • The CCTV industry is predicted to experience a
    complete conversion from analog to digital
    technology by 2010
  • An excerpt from the J.P. Freeman marketing
    report, The US Worldwide Network IP Video
    Market (2005) reads
  • The fastest major growth area of the growing
    security industry...
  • In its latest report on the video surveillance
    market, IMS Research has revised upwards its
    forecast for the network camera market, due to
    faster than expected customer acceptance of this
    new technology. IMS now forecasts that the world
    network camera market will grow at a CAGR of 53
    to exceed 4 billion by 2009.

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Convergence Trends
  • At a June 05 GE Security Conference Workshop
  • Jeffery Kessler Analyst-Lehman Bros.
  • As physical and computer security fuse,
    customers will be looking for integrators and
    manufacturers that can deliver cohesive security
    platforms
  • We dont know whose turf is going to be taken
    away from whom, but we do know this, the
    convergence of these two areas is inevitable…
  • Francis Taylor Chief Security
    Officer-GE
  • A common thread that unites IT and
    conventional security personnel is information
    management.

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Convergence Trends
  • IT network security and physical security are
    merging
  • According to a recent Forrester Research study
    Over 2b will be spent in the U.S. and Europe to
    integrate physical and computer security systems.
    This figure is projected to triple over the next
    five years
  • Forrester cited Locks, cameras, entry systems,
    and even guard desks will be upgraded to work
    with the same computing systems that control
    computer and network sign-on, and identity
    management….IT security vendors will rush to
    merge or find partners with their physical
    security brethren to respond to the new
    opportunities

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Security Information Management (SIM)
  • SIM is defined as IP-based data communications
    specific to all components of a physical security
    infrastructure, integrating video, voice, and
    external sources
  • The IPVS Management Console can serve as the
    IP-network foundation for a global SIM Enterprise
    network
  • The IPVS core-technology is designed to deliver
    best-of-class network and data control for the
    various and disparate components of an integrated
    IT and Physical security network

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Centralized or at the Edge
  • Current NVR Software systems follow the same
    centralized processing as its predecessor the
    DVR. Disabling the onboard processing at the
    camera and relying on the centralized server for
    all recording and analytics.
  • IPVision has bet on the latter, we believe the
    processing should be done whenever possible at
    the edge. The latest release of IP or Network
    cameras are including on board recording and
    basic analytics with the option to add
    specialized video processing.

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Remote Site Option 1
Camera sends all images to IPVS console
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Remote Site Option 2
Camera sends trigger image to IPVS console,
event frames are stored locally
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Simple Com Tools
  • Support for Access Cards
  • Control Digital, Analog, Bus relays
  • Accept input from external devices

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AgentVi delivers Next Generation IVS
  • Patented Image Processing over IP technology
    (IPoIP)
  • Distributed Video Processing Architecture
  • Large Scale Enterprise Video Surveillance Network
  • Single Server can support up to 100 Cameras
  • Agent Vi-System can scale to thousands of cameras
  • Network Bandwidth averages 15kbps to 20kbps of
    Meta data
  • Mega Pixel Cameras do not reduce IVS performance
  • Lowest False Alarm Rates (FAR)
  • Highest Probability of Detection (POD)

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Enterprise Security Information Management
Remote Location's
Headquarters Location
Current Infrastructure
WWAN Device
Enterprise Router
Private WWAN or Internet
Local Storage
IP Phones
IP Phones
Switch
Switch
NAS SAN or Tape Library
Optional Viewing Console
Cellular WI-FI
IP Network Cameras Access Control Devices
Master Console
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IPVision Console
  • Scalable, Enterprise Ready Platform
  • Bandwidth Friendly
  • Camera Agnostic
  • Simple Single Screen Interface

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  • What is Resolution?
  • The number of pixels in an image. The more
    pixels the higher the resolution. The higher the
    resolution the better the picture, and the more
    detail.
  • Pixel is short for a 'picture element', and is
    used to describe a point on a display screen
    consisting of red, green and blue dots

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The Megapixel Myths...too much storage and
bandwidth
40KB
45KB
57KB
36KB
Total 178KB with 4 Cameras
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The Megapixel Myths......
140KB
One IQ702 - 2.0 Megapixel IP Camera
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Partial Reference List
  • City of Tampa, FL Public Works
  • City of Largo, FL Water Treatment
  • City of Bradenton, FL Water Treatment
  • McAllen International Trade Zone-McAllen, TX
  • U.S. Department of Defense (Iraq Afghanistan)
  • City of Dillingham, AK
  • Lee County, FL Water Treatment
  • Rockford County School District-Rockford, Il
  • American Transmission Corp.- Madison , WI
  • Hunt Construction-Tampa Bay Buccaneers Corporate
    offices Training Camp
  • Naples, NY School District
  • Cox Lumber Yards
  • Federated Department Stores Logistics Division

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Case Studies- Alarm Monitoring Centers American
Digital
  • American Digital Monitoring, an Alarm Monitoring
    firm, with over 112,000 Subscribers and growing,
    is a leader in offering innovative products and
    services, at well below wholesale market pricing
    to its Authorized Dealers.
  • Requirement / Solutions
  • In a effort to reduce false alarms and their
    associated costs, they require a scalable
    distributed SIM solution
  • The IPVS architecture delivers the foundation
    that enables American Digital to achieve its
    technical and business objectives

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Case Studies- Unattended Fueling Mekos Corp.
  • Mekos Corp. develops and sells accounting
    software for the un-attended fueling depots with
    over 1000 installed locations nation wide
  • Requirements / Solutions
  • Mekos Corp requested the SIM integration between
    IPVS and their back office operations software
  • This integration is intended to enable the
    correlation in the transaction database between
    the video capture of the client and the invoice
  • There exists a urgent requirement for the
    addition of VOIP to complement the video
    component of this solution

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Case Studies- Power Industry American
Transmission Co. (ATC)
  • ATC provides the pathway for power into
    communities in portions of Wisconsin, Michigan,
    Minnesota and Illinois. ATC owns, builds,
    maintains and operates the high-voltage electric
    transmission system that helps keep the lights
    on, businesses running and communities strong.
  • Requirement / Solution ATC required the capacity
    to implement a scalable security architecture
    that could be deployed to 400 electric
    transmission sites
  • After evaluating the IPVS solution for nine
    months ATC has begun to implement our
    cost-effective and scalable SIM solution to the
    initial sites

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Case Studies- ISP/ASP Avantel
  • Avantel- A JV between MCI and Citibank, The
    Largest ISP in Mexico
  • Requirements / Solutions Avantel solicited bids
    from SIM vendors to enable their delivery of
    self monitoring residential security service.
  • This Avantel business initiative was focused on
    adding a new revenue streams to their business
    model
  • IPVS and Avantel collaborated in the project
    requirements definition, architecture, and
    features and functions for this initiative
  • Continuing to work with their development team

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Distribution / Channel Partners
  • Verizon Wireless
  • Siemens Home Building
  • Ingersoll Rand
  • Emir Tech
  • CNI Europe
  • Kent Technologies
  • Veytec
  • And many more

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Software Demonstration
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