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Title: Railway Security Issues


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Railway Security Issues
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FIRE AND SAFETY ASSOCIATION OF INDIA
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OUR VISION
To create and promote the growth and
development of a Safe and Secure conscious India
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OUR MISSION
To create a professional, structured, safe
secure India in every field such as real estate,
transportation, marine engineering etc. and we
would like to contribute to our economy and
society at large
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Vulnerability of Railways
Madrid Blast, Spain
Tokyo underground Gas attack
Train Blast, London
6
State of the Nation
7/11 Mumbai
26/11 Mumbai
Karnavati Express
Samjhauta Express
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Indian Railway Network Layout
New Delhi Metro
Kolkatta Metro
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Indian Railway Network Layout
6984 Railway Stations 18 million passengers 2
million tones of cargo
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Indian Railway Network
  • Rly. Stations in India 6984
  • Total route length 63,327 km
  • Passenger Trains 9000
  • Passengers Pressure Per day 18 million
  • Coach 50,000
  • Crush Load Capacity 7000
  • Actually Carrying 10,000

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Ratio of Accidents Involving Casualties
(i) 97 of accidents at Unmanned level crossings
were attended with casualties (ii) 86 of
accidents at manned level crossings were attended
with casualties (iii) 29 of collisions were
attended with casualties (iv) 19 of fire
incidents resulted in casualties (v) 7 of
derailments were attended with casualties
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Resultant Consequences
  • Unmanageable crowds during peak period
  • Policing almost impossible from the security
    point of view
  • Situation provides ideal opportunity to anti -
    national elements
  • Any terrorist strike leads to
  • Anger at the perceived failure of the Govt.
  • Loss of life property
  • Loss of credibility of the Govt. enhances
    invincibility of terrorists hence spread of
    panic, scare, loss of morale feeling of
    helplessness
  • Immediate adverse impact on economic
    progress/activities

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Todays Challenge ?
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Future Challenges ?
Dedicated Freight Corridor
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The Response - Preventive
  • Redefining perimeters by changing layout designs
    Harden perimeter security.
  • Implementation of new technologies like MMW /
    Backscatter technology etc
  • Securing parcel vans by screening of goods
  • Installation of latest CCTV surveillance systems.
  • Introduction of distinctive Security measures in
    upcoming mass transit systems.

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The Response - Preventive
  • Appropriate legislations to ensure compliance of
    security parameters.
  • Approach with Integrated Security Solutions

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The Response - Preventive
  • In a crisis situation
  • Institutionalize SOPs for all departments in a
    time - bound manner by clearly demarcating role
    of various agencies like GRP, RPF, Railways,
    State Govt., Designated hospitals, Fire brigade,
    Municipal Administration Planning Authorities.
  • An Operation Manual from Union Govt. a must so
    that there is no ambiguity or doubt at the
    cutting edge level
  • Standardized Protocols for distribution of
    information to public and media
  • Earmark rescue, evacuation medical teams.
    Organise Drills regularly in coordination with
    BDDS QRT units to assess response

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Facts
  • In the existing scenario, we must have uniform
    standards for exercising surveillance and
    ensuring security.
  • Patrolling on stations and escorting of all
    trains including suburban and long distance
    trains.
  • Security of Railway yards, passenger areas and
    railway properties, and of passengers and their
    properties.

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Security Challenges
  • Quality Assurance of Security Equipment including
    Accessories
  • Standardization with World Class Specifications
  • Project Execution Guidelines
  • Weak Entry Checkpoints
  • Limitation of Centralized Command Control Data
  • Free Traffic Movement
  • Interoperability Scalability

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Solution Components
  • Hi Resolution Mega Pixel Cameras
  • Fixed/PTZ cameras
  • Video Content Analysis
  • IT Equipment
  • Central Monitoring Station
  • Local Monitoring Stations
  • Fire Alarm
  • Standalone Equipment
  • Baggage Scanner
  • Door Frame Metal Detector
  • Hand Held Metal Detector
  • Explosive Detector

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High Resolution Cameras
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IP CCTV Solution
  • The system shall comprise of the Hi resolution
    cameras placed at critical locations like
  • Camera Locations
  • Entry / exit points
  • Circulating Area ( including Parking Area)
  • Concourse
  • All Platforms
  • Parcel Area
  • Yard Pits, Washing Line, Station Limits
  • Transmit data over Rail Net bandwidth and
    communication with the local monitoring stations.
  • Tiered Monitoring
  • Local Control Room at the Station
  • Control Room at Railway Line HQRS
  • Major Command Control Room with Incident based
    Analysis Team Monitoring at Common Location with
    relevant video feeds from desired locations

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Video Content Analysis
  • A Smart Video Surveillance system should be able
    to analyze the Video Content to predefined rules
    set up by user and detect
  • Intrusion in restricted areas
  • Abandoned Baggage
  • Loitering in restricted Areas
  • Object Removal
  • Overcrowding on platforms at a given place
  • Track crossing at restricted areas
  • Count of people inside the station at any given
    time
  • Panoramic View of Collective Cameras

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On Board Train Security
  • Cameras can be installed inside the coaches of
    the train and help in
  • Improved Security
  • Checks on Petty Crimes
  • Tracking Suspicious people
  • Identify Potential Incidents before hand

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Fire Alarm
  • On Board Fire Alarm Equipment/System
  • Fire Alarm Equipment/System for
  • Platforms
  • Waiting Rooms
  • Control Rooms

25
Network Connectivity
  • Backbone of the Entire Solutions
  • Options of Network
  • Current Railnet Fiber with dedicated strands
  • Wireless
  • Leased Line
  • Hybrid of Wireless, Fiber and Leased Lines
  • Live Streaming from On-Board Trains
  • Wireless Connectivity on Wimax
  • The signals from the moving train antenna are
    sent to the nearest Wimax antenna located at
    regular interval along the tracks.
  • The antenna then connects with the Central
    Control Room to transmit the images on wireless
    protocol.

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Integrated Solutions
  • Perimeter Surveillance
  • Baggage Scanners
  • Door Frame Metal Detectors
  • Hand Held Metal Detectors
  • Explosive Detectors
  • Passive Infrared and Thermal Scanners
  • Hi Resolution Surveillance
  • Intelligent Video Analytics
  • Integrated PA System
  • Onboard Security

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