Industrial videosurveillance system
The solution is based on the integration of industrial process control system and videosurveillance systems. As a result, obligatory alarm sources from the CPCS (flow sensors, temperature sensors, thermometer-regulator, flow meters, etc.) are completed by visualization tools.

This solution is for You if it is necessary:

  • To provide visual verification of the technological process.
  • To provide the possibility of remote reading instrumentation data.
  • To reduce impacts on operating staff.
The advantages of the solution
  • 24 hours visual verification of separate production units’ operation, actions of maintenance and operating staff.
  • Assistance in the work of operating staff, identification of faulty actions in order to reduce human factor’s negative effect.
  • The content of the system

    • Distributed control system
    • Electronika Security Manager (ESM) software
    • Videosurveillance software
    • Cameras in explosion-proof cases
    Example of the algorithm
      The ESM web client works in a browser and does not require a separate installation. The application is in the minimized state, without using the resources of the workstation CPCS. The operator calls in the workstation CPCS (by clicking on the icon or other actions) and he has video from a specified camera. In other case, when a certain event of the workstation CPCS happens (determined at the design stage), the client will see a video stream process CCTV on a display of this camera (on top of all Windows) for a certain time (time is configured).

      The following actions can be performed on the basis of the received events of closed circuit tv (CCTV):
      • Switch the rotary camera to the necessary preposition (associated with the activated sensor, the sensor and camera preposition are set in advance);
      • Turning on camera video recording (with pre-recording option);
      • Display the camera associated with the activated sensor in the user interface;
      • Activation of the alarm incident to control the operator's actions (in the simplest case, the operator must press the "handshake" button to confirm the acceptance of the alarm event for processing).