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Alarm over IP Managed Systems & Services versus IRIS AoIP © 2012 Chiron Security Communications
Presentation contents o Introduction o IRIS Alarm over IP o Secure o Simple o Versatile o Convenient o Economical o Benefits summary © 2012 Chiron Security Communications
Introduction © 2012 Chiron Security Communications o IRIS AoIP consists of 2 components: 1.IRIS Touch or equivalent IRIS AoIP dialler on site 2.IRIS Secure Apps in the ARC premises These components link as a complete Integrated System
IRIS AoIP is secure © 2012 Chiron Security Communications o 4 basic but key elements: 1.NON 3 rd party managed system 2.TCP/IP based 3.Highly secured data transmission 4.End to end authentication
IRIS AoIP NON 3 rd party managed system © 2012 Chiron Security Communications o Allows for the use of all types of networks o Allows for the use of all GPRS providers o Allows the ARC: o Management o Control o Ownership o No 3 rd party involvement
IRIS AoIP is TCP/IP based © 2012 Chiron Security Communications o TCP cannot conclude a transmission without all data in motion being explicitly acknowledged o UDP is connectionless. It means that a datagram can be sent at any moment without prior advertising, negotiation or preparation. Just send the datagram and hope the receiver is able to handle it o UDP is an unreliable protocol. There is absolutely no guarantee that the datagram will be delivered to the destination host Source Tripwire IT Security White Paper
IRIS AoIP highly secured data © 2012 Chiron Security Communications o 256 bit encryption o Random security key o Anti substitution mechanism o ARC locking facility
IRIS AoIP end-to-end authentication © 2012 Chiron Security Communications o IRIS Touch only kisses-off the panel after receiving positive acknowledgement from the ARC premises o For reliability, security and performance IRIS AoIP will not accept low standards such as: o Fire and forget o Store and forward
IRIS AoIP Authentication (1) © 2012 Chiron Security Communications Detection Intrusion CID Alarm IRIS Touch AoIP Alarm IP/GPRS Network IRIS Secure Apps AoIP Receiver ARC operator Alarm IRIS End-to-End Authenticated
IRIS AoIP Authentication (2) © 2012 Chiron Security Communications Kiss-off CID Dialler IRIS Touch Kiss-off IRIS Dialler IP/GPRS Network IRIS Secure Apps AoIP Receiver ARC operator Alarm Acknowledged Restore IRIS End-to-End Authenticated
Store & Forward © 2012 Chiron Security Communications CID Alarm Detection Intrusion IP/GPRS Network Managed Service Platform UK based server farm ARC operator Alarm Store-Forward device CID Restore AoIP receiver Amsterdam (?) AoIP Alarm (?) Restore Store & Forward (?) AoIP Alarm (?)
IRIS AoIP is simple o Inter-active set-up wizard allows for fast deployment o Build-in GPRS network scan © 2012 Chiron Security Communications
IRIS AoIP is versatile o IRIS Touch AoIP diallers migrate any existing analogue signalling control panel to AoIP o Interfaces: o Dialport capture o RS485 o RS232 o PIN inputs © 2012 Chiron Security Communications
IRIS AoIP is convenient © 2012 Chiron Security Communications ModelPrimarySecondaryPIN inputs OutputsDialportRS485RS232 T-200GPRS-4 2 T-220Etherne t -4 2 T-240Etherne t GPRS4 2 T-400GPRS-16 4 T-420Etherne t -16 4 T-440Etherne t GPRS16 4 T-620Etherne t -4 2 T-640Etherne t GPRS4 2
IRIS AoIP is economical © 2012 Chiron Security Communications o With IRIS AoIP there are NO hidden costs like: o Activation charges o Set-up charges o Service charges o Connection maintenance charges o Connection fees o etc. etc. etc.
IRIS AoIP (AL-1) costing © 2012 Chiron Security Communications Iris AL-1 Residential and CommercialYr 1Yr 2Yr 3Yr 4 Total 4 years T-440 Dialler 245.00 ISA license 10.00 ISA SLA 2.50 IP network - GPRS network 60.00 Annual cost 317.50 62.50 505.00 Managed AoIP systemsYr 1Yr 2Yr 3Yr 4 Total 4 years Dialler 199.63 Network cost 148.80 Annual cost 348.43 148.80 794.83 Savings 1st year 30.93 2-4 yearly 86.30 total 4 years 289.83
IRIS AoIP (AL-2/3) costing © 2012 Chiron Security Communications Iris AL-2/3 CommercialYr 1Yr 2Yr 3Yr 4 Total 4 years T-440 Dialler 245.00 ISA license 10.00 ISA SLA 2.50 IP network - GPRS network 60.00 Annual cost 317.50 62.50 505.00 Managed AoIP systemsYr 1Yr 2Yr 3Yr 4 Total 4 years Dialler 199.63 Network cost 230.88 Annual cost 430.51 230.88 1,123.15 Savings 1st year 113.01 2-4 yearly 168.38 total 4 years 618.15
IRIS AoIP benefits o Chiron has a proven track record o IRIS AoIP is a proven technology o Compelling business model o Competitive business case o IRIS AoIP is the de facto industry standard for alarm transmission via IP o IRIS AoIP provides up/download facilities o IRIS AoIP is future proof © 2012 Chiron Security Communications IRIS AoIP benefits
© 2012 Chiron Security Communications Thank you for your time, attention and business!
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