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  • Page 1 of 48 Effective from 24/12/2009 RDSO/SPN/TC/65/2009 Rev. 1

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    RDSO SPECIFICATION OF

    IP BASED VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM

    SPECIFICATION NO. RDSO/SPN/TC/65/2009

    Revision 1.0

    Number of Pages: 48

    TELECOM DIRECTORATE RESEARCH DESIGNS & STANDARDS ORGANISATION

    LUCKNOW-226011

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    DOCUMENT DATA SHEET

    Specification

    RDSO/SPN/TC/65/2009

    Revision

    1.0 Title of Document

    RDSO Specification of IP Based Video Surveillance System

    Author

    Director/ Telecom-II/ RDSO

    Approved by

    Executive Director/ Telecom/ RDSO

    Abstract

    This document specifies technical specification of IP Based Video Surveillance System.

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    DOCUMENT CONTROL SHEET

    NAME

    ORGANIZATION

    FUNCTION

    LEVEL

    Director/ Telecom-II

    RDSO

    Member

    Prepare

    Executive Director/ Telecom

    RDSO

    - Approve

    REVISIONS:

    Version Chapter/ Annexure

    Revision Effective Month/Year

    RDSO/SPN/TC/65/2006 - FIRST ISSUE December 2006

    RDSO/SPN/TC/65/2009 All Pages Revision 1.0 December 2009

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Sr. No. Item Page No.

    1.0 Scope

    6

    2.0 System Description

    6

    3.0 General Requirements

    7

    4.0 Technical Requirements

    8

    5.0 Hardware Requirements

    10

    6.0 Software Requirements

    29

    7.0 Test Requirements

    39

    8.0 Test Procedure

    41

    9.0 Quality Assurance

    43

    10.0 Making and Packing

    43

    11.0 Information to be supplied by the Purchaser

    43

    12.0 Warranty

    46

    13.0 Training

    47

    14.0 Documentation

    47

    15.0 Schematic Diagram -1 of End to End IP Based Video Surveillance System

    48

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    I. SUMMARY: This document covers the technical requirements of IP Based Video Surveillance

    System to be provided at waiting hall, railway yards, workshops, reservation counter, parking area, main entrance/ exit, platforms, foot over bridges etc. of railway station and others railway establishments.

    II. SOURCE:

    Specification RDSO/ SPN/ TC/ 65/2009, Rev. 1.0 has been prepared by RDSO, Lucknow as per Railway Board letter No. 2005/Tele/WE/2 dated 18/08/2006 and 2009/Tele/WW/1/ISSR dated 22/04/2009.

    III. FOREWORD:

    RDSO/ SPN specification is issued as draft specification. This specification is circulated to customers/ Railways and field inspection units for comments. In the absence of IRS specification, procurement may be made as per RDSO/ SPN specification.

    Wherever, reference to any specifications appears in this document, it shall be taken as a reference to the latest version of that specification unless the year of issue of the specification is specifically stated.

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    RESEARCH DESIGNS & STANDARDS ORGANISATION

    MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS MANAK NAGAR, LUCKNOW

    Specification of IP Based Video Surveillance System

    RDSO Specification No. RDSO/SPN/TC/65/2009 Revision 1.0

    1.0 SCOPE: 1.1 The specification of Video Surveillance System covers technical specification and

    requirement of IP based Video Surveillance Systems consisting of indoor & outdoor fixed box type IP cameras, fixed dome type IP cameras, indoor & outdoor P/T/Z IP dome cameras, single/multi channel video encoders (for existing analog cameras), video management hardware & software, recording servers, switches, colour monitor etc. for surveillance of different locations of Railway stations and other establishments from centralized location at station.

    1.2 Video Surveillance System shall be end to end IP based with IP cameras as per site requirement.

    1.3 The recording of the video shall be on an open architecture, non-embedded

    based recording server from reputed manufacturers like IBM/HP/Dell/Sun/Fujitsu. 1.4 The system shall be able to work on both wired as well as wireless network. The

    wireless network is envisaged for extreme areas like, yards, foot over bridges and any other area in the station where cable is difficult to lay and maintain.

    1.5 The entire system shall be based on non proprietary open architecture where the

    video management software can work and integrate with any make of IT hardware.

    2.0 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION:

    2.1 Video Surveillance System to be provided at stations and other railway

    establishment shall consist of fixed IP cameras, P/T/Z IP dome cameras, single/multi channel encoders (for existing analog cameras), recording servers and PC’s to view on LCD monitors and associated ethernet cable, fiber cable, video cable, power cable, twisted pair cable etc.

    2.2 It shall be possible to integrate the surveillance system using the existing LAN /

    WAN infrastructure on optical / microwave backbone network of Railways.

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    2.3 In IP based video surveillance system, the cameras shall be provided at different

    locations so that the output is available as ethernet and connected to the backbone to the control room.

    2.4 Each camera shall have a video at 4 CIF (Common Intermediate Format) and 25

    frames and a dual stream capability such that the viewing and recording at different resolutions and frames per second are possible.

    2.5 IP based video surveillance system and cameras shall offer dual streams of

    H.264 video compression standards at 4 CIF, 25 fps simultaneously. 2.6 System shall provide secured recording for evidence purposes and user

    authentication to protect data integrity. 2.7 The storage device for recording shall be external and of standard make with

    RAID 5 protection. 2.8 The recording shall be preferably stored for at least 30 days at 2CIF, 25 frames

    per second. However the system should be capable of recording at 4 CIF 25 frames per second for all cameras.

    2.9 Schematics of system architecture of IP based Video Surveillance System is

    shown in Diagram – 1.

    3.0 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS: 3.1 Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) of video surveillance system shall have

    office in India. OEM or its authorized representative shall have service facility in India.

    3.2 Manufactured products shall have quality system compliance and shall be UL or

    EN and FCC certified. 3.3 The video management software should be able to integrate the IT hardware of

    any make. All IP cameras and video management software should be from the same manufacturer as all these equipments communicate directly with each other.

    3.4 All software and firmware upgrades shall be free of cost for a period of five years

    or as specified by purchaser. All the IP cameras shall be freely accessible and programmable from the control room. 

    3.5 It shall be possible to view any camera from the Divisional, Zonal Headquarters,

    Railway Board or any other locations at the time of emergency or when ever desired with no extra hardware & software. Connectivity for same shall be provided by Railways. Atleast 20 number of users’ licenses (or as specified by

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    purchaser) shall be provided to view a camera from anywhere using the network viewing management software.

    3.6 Every control room of surveillance system shall be capable of getting connected

    to the optical or other communication backbone of Railways. 3.7 The power supply available at the stations shall be 230 V / 50 Hz AC which may

    vary from 160 Volts to 270 Volts. All modules of the surveillance system should work using this power supply only with requisite converters & voltage stabilizers of suitable capacity, if required.

    3.8 All the cameras and other modules of video surveillance system shall be modular

    in construction. In case of up gradation of such modules in future, it shall be possible to upgrade them without replacing the entire product.

    3.9 The system should have diagnostics facility for serial, video & network interfaces.

    System logging shall be possible either to a remote IP address or console port or on the system. 

    4.0 TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS: 4.1 IP based Video surveillance System for all type of stations should mainly consist

    of the following:

    i. High resolution fixed box type IP colour camera with vari focal lens along with housing and mount as per clause 5.1.

    ii. High resolution fixed dome type IP colour camera as per clause 5.2. iii. P/T/Z dome IP colour camera as per clause 5.3. iv. Single/multi channel video encoder to convert existing analog camera

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