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1 Contract 1000-203 KPIZ Port Special Systems Workshop – Control Systems, 24 th May 2011 Port Operating System

2 2 Requirement Review POS Solution Review System Architecture Control Rooms, Video wall & Consoles User Profiling and Roles POS Screens & Navigation POS Operations Console Alarms Management Interface Design with Port Special Systems AGENDA

3 3 KPIZ Requirements highlights POS provide an integrated front end to the various security, communications and M&E systems in the port; providing monitoring, control and the functionality of distributed equipment where applicable from central control rooms. Dual redundant servers shall interface with other port systems via the PLC Network or the Site-Wide IP Network Multiple multi-headed client workstations and video walls will be provided in control rooms for the display of POS SCADA GUI graphics and CCTV. The POS SCADA GUI Software shall use a server / client architecture and offer a user-friendly Graphical User Interface The POS SCADA GUI Software shall be developed using software tools 100% compatible with the PLC Network The POS SCADA GUI Software shall have different password-secured levels of access for different user groups. The POS SCADA GUI shall display alarms to the operators. Alarms shall be either security /safety related or equipment / fault alarms

4 4 Requirement Review POS Solution Review System Architecture Control Rooms, Video wall & Consoles User Profiling and Roles POS Screens & Navigation POS Operations Console Alarms Management Interface Design with Port Special Systems AGENDA

5 5 POS solution review: POS SCADA embedding Comprises Proximex Surveillint and Vijeo Citect servers Surveillint is the physical security information management (PSIM) software Citect is the industrial automation monitoring and control application software for graphical process visualization Surveillint is the front-end for security command and control, emergency /incident response and PSS Citect is the front-end for M&E plant systems POS GUI is Surveillint GUI with Citect embedded in it Alarms, trends and reports generated and archived in Surveillint; Citect only flags alarm data to Surveillint Log-in security is configured in LDAP/Active Directory, Surveillint and Citect share the same authentication credentials but have individually configured profiles

6 6 POS solution review: POS SCADA Integrated software Architecture Embedded Web Client GUI for Security Command & Control Emergency/Incident Response PSS integrated via API/SDK or Database Citect Primary Server Surveillint Primary Server Citect Secondary Server Surveillint Secondary Server PLC Network Operator Station Video Wall Controller CCTV Joystick PA/VA Intercom Telecom TETRA Mobile

7 7 Requirement Review POS Solution Review System Architecture Control Rooms, Video wall & Consoles User Profiling and Roles POS Screens & Navigation POS Operations Console Alarms Management Interface Design with Port Special Systems AGENDA

8 8 System Architecture

9 9 System Architecture - Redundancy

10 10 Requirement Review POS Solution Review System Architecture Control Rooms, Video wall & Consoles User Profiling and Roles POS Screens & Navigation POS Operations Console Alarms Management Interface Design with Port Special Systems AGENDA

11 11 One in Onshore Control Room in the Control Centre Building (CCB) One in Offshore Control Room in the Harbor Master Building (HMB) Control rooms: Video Wall Rear-Projection Display Cube 4:3 Aspect Ratio 2500:1 Contrast Ratio 170cm 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1400 1050 pixels Controller Unit SCADA GUI Television CCTV

12 12 Control rooms: Video Wall during normal routine operations VIDEO GUARD TOUR ALARM STACK GIS MAP AND NAVIGATION TREE SATELLITE TV EVENT MONITOR

13 13 Control rooms: Video Wall during emergency response situations (eg. fire emergency) MAP AND ALERT INFORMATION INCIDENT VIDEO SATELLITE TV EVENT MONITOR

14 14 Control rooms design: operator consoles POS OPERATOR WORKSTATION OPERATION : workstation dedicated for pos during the normal operation. SPARE(EMERGENCY) : workstation used in case of crisis SUPERVISOR: workstation dedicated to Administrator that is able to monitor and control the operators work and manage alarm escalation VTS OPERATOR WORKSTATION BACKUP : workstation dedicated at VTS operator. this is used in case of emergency and in case that the off-shore VTS workstation offline

15 15 POS OPERATOR WORKSTATION OPERATION : workstation dedicated for pos during the normal operation. SPARE(EMERGENCY) : workstation used in case of crisis SUPERVISOR: workstation dedicated at superuser that is able to monitoring and control the operators work VTS OPERATOR WORKSTATION MANNED : operative workstation active 24 hours. SPARE: workstation used in case of emergency. Control rooms design: operator consoles

16 16 Operator console

17 17 ALARM CONSOLE MAIN PSIM APPLICATION GUI VIDEO CONSOLE MULTI PURPOSE MONITOR: APPLICATION WEB CLIENT, POS REPORT CONSOLE, VIDEO WALL MANGER,CLIENT APP. MAPS Operator console: Quad head console usage

18 18 Requirement Review POS Solution Review System Architecture Control Rooms, Video wall & Consoles User Profiling and Roles POS Screens & Navigation POS Operations Console Alarms Management Interface Design with Port Special Systems AGENDA

19 19 User Profiling and Roles User RoleMaintainerManager Operator SecurityM&E CONSOLE APPLICATIONS Access Administration ConsoleX Access Operation ConsoleXXXX Access Alert Management ConsoleX X X Access Video Management ConsoleX X Access Business Logic DesignerX MAIN OPERATIONS Access Alert ManagerX X Access Video ManagerX X Access Report WizardX Access Resource TrackingXX X Access Video Matrix ViewXX X Access Video Guard TourXX X ALERT MANAGEMENT Acknowledge AlertX XX Close AlertX XX Delete AlertX XX View Alert DetailsXXXX View Deleted AlertsX Print Alert DetailsXXXX Export Alert DetailsXXXX Add Note to Alert DetailsX XX VIDEO Export VideoXXX Video SnapshotXXX Create Video AlertX X Manage Public Video Matrix View (Add, Edit, Lock, Delete)X Manage Video Guard Tour (Add, Edit, Delete)X View Recorded VideoXXX REPORT Run a ReportXXXX Save a ReportXX XX Save a Report as New Report (Create Report)X Print a ReportXXXX Export a ReportXX XX BUSINESS LOGIC Manage Business Logic TemplateX Test Business Logic TemplateX

20 20 Requirement Review POS Solution Review System Architecture Control Rooms, Video wall & Consoles User Profiling and Roles POS Screens & Navigation POS Operations Console Alarms Management Interface Design with Port Special Systems AGENDA

21 21 POS Navigation Menu

22 22 POS Screens : 1st Level - Main Navigation

23 23 POS Screens : 2nd Level – ADPC Layout

24 24 POS Screens : 3rd Level - ADPC Onshore

25 25 POS Screens : 4th Level – Data Centre Building

26 26 Requirement Review POS Solution Review System Architecture Control Rooms, Video wall & Consoles User Profiling and Roles POS Screens & Navigation POS Operations Console Alarms Management Interface Design with Port Special Systems AGENDA

27 27 POS Operations Console IconSeverity Level Low Medium High Critical

28 28 Multilingual Support

29 29 Requirement Review POS Solution Review System Architecture Control Rooms, Video wall & Consoles User Profiling and Roles POS Screens & Navigation POS Operations Console Alarms Management Interface Design with Port Special Systems AGENDA

30 30 POS Alarms Management IconSeverity Level Low Medium High Critical Types Of Alarm Severity

31 31 POS Alarms Stack

32 32 POS Alarms Management Security Alarm HandlingFault Alarm Handling

33 33 Requirement Review POS Solution Review System Architecture Control Rooms, Video wall & Consoles User Profiling and Roles POS Screens & Navigation POS Operation Console Alarms Management Interface Design with Port Special Systems AGENDA

34 34 Access Control System Integration Methods Summary CCTV Integrated Building Management System Gate Management System Data Network and Wireless LAN Vehicle Monitoring System Vessel Traffic Services Terminal Operating System(ADT) Master System Clock Traffic Signs Telephony System UPS Perimeter Security System – FO IDS Pumping Stations Sea Water Cooling System Sewage System Fire Alarm System Perimeter Security System – µwave IDS PA/VA System TETRA Enhancers Elevators PLC SCADA Citect SCADA Citect SNMP NTP SNMP Embedded Web Client for GUI SNMP Client Application Web Services Embedded Web Client for GUI OPC API SDK Control Net RIO Ethernet / IP Volt free contacts Local Building BMS SNMP, Web Browser Volt free contacts BACnet/IP Volt free contacts Asset Management System OPC SNMP Volt free contacts Offshore Gate Management System(ADT) API OPC API Current validated method Available option correlated to Building contractor design finalization for M&E plants PSIM Proximex Surveillint Web Services Local Controller(by other) ODBC Customs

35 35 Access Control System The interface with ACS is between the POS server and the ACS server via the site wide IP network. API from ACS vendor allow the following functions: Unicast door open/close override commands The open/close commands will be easily accessible form the POS GUI. The design choice is to prevent system configuration and functional modification from the POS operator. The system maintenance and configuration is intended to be assigned to the dedicated ACS operator manned by an ACS system engineer. No.Alarms from ACS POS Action Move camera to area of interest and zoom level Switch live video and push to video wall Trigger Event Recording at 25 fps Push alarm to the alarm stack Flash sensor icon on map Beep alarm warning sound 1Door forced openXXXXXX 2Door held open for more than specified timeXXXXXX 3 Repeated attempts using expired/disabled cardXXXXXX 4Break glass brokenXXXXXX 5Equipment fault XXX 6Door opened (monitored doors only)XXXXXX 7 Check point not reached within specified timeXXXXXX 8Check point missed from patrolXXXXXX 9Panic alarmXXXXXX

36 36 Closed Circuit TeleVision Operators via the SDK software integration with CCTV management systems have the option to utilize the following functions from POS: Select cameras from POS location schematics View Live, recorded & replay images from the selected CCTV camera(s) on operator screens or video wall. The POS allows switching of live camera images to POS client workstation monitors or video wall (either full screen, split screen up to 16 images, or picture in picture). Access Pan Tilt Zoom (PTZ) functions of the camera, if the camera is PTZ, using a PTZ joystick provided The interface with CCTV is between the POS server and the CCTV server via the site wide IP network. No.Alarms from CCTV POS Action Move camera to area of interest and zoom level Switch live video and push to video wall Trigger Event Recording at 25 fps Push alarm to the alarm stack Flash sensor icon on map Beep alarm warning sound 1 CCTV device alarm XXX 2 Video analytics alarm XXXXXX When the POS receives an alarm from equipment that has an associated camera, it instigates the following: Automatically switches the relevant camera to appear on the events monitor of the control room video wall If the camera is PTZ, automatically pans/tilts the camera and zoom in on the area of interest Activates the camera images to be recorded at the event record rate

37 37 Integrated Building Management System, Lifts The POS GUI contains location layout and system schematic graphics pages for the BMS devices which show icons for active BMS devices. The Control Room POS operator have the capability to receive the fault alarms form the BMS devices and plants. This will enable the monitoring of the plant when the M&E operator are offline. The Control Room operator is not intended to be the building maintainer for this reason the control, configuration and scheduling functionalities will be disabled. The POS M&E operator will have a full access to the BMS system software for plant control, monitoring and device operation scheduling. Al the functionalities and monitoring point provided by the Local BMS will be available to the Integrated BMS platform.

38 38 Data Network, WLAN, Telephony system The interface with the Data Network, WLAN, Telephony system is be between the POS server and the respective management server enabled to forward SNMP traps from switches, access points and field devices. Therefore the medium for propagating the fault status is the site wide IP network. Network configuration and administration is not recognized as a task to be performed from a POS control room security operator therefore the interface with the network systems is designed to forward just fault conditions to the operators. However, network management software is reachable via Web browser that can be lunched from the POS GUI The POS operator have access to the communication capabilities offered by the network infrastructure via a comprehensive communication environment linking the VoIP based communication via the Site-wide LAN with the TETRA infrastructure

39 39 Fire Alarm System Direct interface between the POS server and the FAS via the site wide data network. FAS system frontend is the Building Information System Server (BIS Server): BIS server collect al the alarm from the FAS Provide alarm information via OPC (DA 3.0 and AE 1.01) communication protocol over Site Wide LAN The fire detected alarm and device fault from FAS are compiled in the alarm stack

40 40 GMS, TOS, TRAFFIC SIGNS No.Alarms from GMSDescriptionPriority 1Barrier gate impacted - High 2 Road blocker impacted - High 3 Banned vehicle detected by ANPR/RFID - High 4 Equipment fault - High The integration between Gate Management System (GMS) and POS server is through the Site-wide LAN. The GMS due to the interface requirements between the onshore gates and the offshore gates requires a custom software development to allow the combination of the information provided from the security systems and correlate the same with the Active RFID and the concession area (TOS database) Interface with the GMS is performed via SDK allowing the control and the fault detection of the gate devices An additional interface level is needed to allow the POS to tunnel the XML based messages between the onshore and offshore GMS Alarms, Control, Configuration not available for TOS because of changed stakeholder requirements and preferences.

41 41 Microwave Intrusion Detection System No.Alarms from MIDS POS Action Move camera to area of interest and zoom level Switch live video and push to video wall Trigger Event Recording at 25 fps Push alarm to the alarm stack Flash sensor icon on map Beep alarm warning sound 1 Intruder detected/Signal jamming attempted/Loss of signal XXXXXX 2Transmitter tampered XXX 3Transmitter power supply off XXX 4Receiver tampered XXX 5Receiver power supply off XXX No.Power Supply Active Intrusion Alarm from Receiver Tamper Alarm from Transmitter Alarm 1Active Tamper Alarm at Transmitter 2ActiveInactive No Alarm (Normal condition) 3InactiveActive Power Supply Failure 4Active InactiveIntrusion/Transmitter Fault/Jamming/Low Signal Following table elaborates the alarms generation logic for the PLC System: the Remote Input/Output collect dry contacts form the MIDS barrier Tx/Rx for the purpose to deliver the below points to the PLC: The interface between the POS and the Microwave IDS is via the PLC network

42 42 Fibre Optic Intrusion Detection System The integration between the Fibre Optic Intrusion Detection System (FIDS) and the POS server is through the Site-wide LAN (IP Network). A SNMP based message exchange method, enable the FIDS management server to propagate alarms via the Site-wide LAN to the POS. The alarmed zone is visualized to the POS location maps No.Alarms from FIDS POS Action Move camera to area of interest and zoom level Switch live video and push to video wall Trigger Event Recording at 25 fps Push alarm to the alarm stack Flash sensor icon on map Beep alarm warning sound 1Intruder detectedXXXXXX 2Sensor controller fault XXX 3Sensor controller power supply off XXX

43 43 Public Address Voice Alarm The POS is able to monitor the PA/VA equipment through interface with the PAVA server The PAVA management server offers a set of API enabling the interaction with the PAVA system from the POS workstation The alarm monitoring is available via an OPC server, enabling the control and monitoring via the Site wide LAN No.Alarms from PA/VAPriority 1Amplifier fault High 2Amplifier line fault High 3Controller/Matrix/Mixer fault alarm High 4Message generator fault alarm High 5Power supply off alarm High

44 44 TErrestrial Trunked RAdio The current design of TETRA system allow the creation of a comprehensive communication environment allowing the recording of the control rooms communication in case of emergency. Recoding: is extended to the fixed analog emergency phones, Voip telephone communications and TETRA communications Communication framework: the proposed solution offers a unified communication environment via an application software to be installed in the POS workstation. TETRA enhancer alarms: via dry contact collected from the PLC network POS operator interoperability with communication systems: The COTS software framework for communication do not provide SDK /API integration methods to embed the communication functionalities in a transparent way into the POS GUI. An application framework launched from the POS GUI offers the communication functionalities to the POS workstation. The resource tracking functionality is still under consideration due to absence of COTS solution (according to the advised vendor suggestions) to perform resource tracking through TETRA mobiles. Tetra alarms (Base Station): according to the best practice of UAE, the outcome of the interface meetings and workshop is considered AD Police the owner of the TETRA infrastructure fault alarms and relative maintenance.

45 45 Uninterruptible Power Supply The interface with the UPS is between the POS server and the individual UPSs via SNMP adaptation card over the Site wide LAN The interface method advised in the specification based on the PLC dry contact do not allow to comply to the different alarm type request. Ro satisfy the requirements the usage of SNMP cards on the UPSs enable a more advance monitoring of the System. The POS GUI contains location layout and system schematic graphics pages for the UPS which shows icons for active UPS devices No.Alarms from UPS POS Action Move camera to area of interest and zoom level Switch live video and push to video wall Trigger Event Recording at 25 fps Push alarm to the alarm stack Flash sensor icon on map Beep alarm warning sound 1Main supply faultXXX 2 Battery charge alarms (thresholds to be configured) XXX 3UPS fault alarmsXXX

46 46 Vehicle Monitoring System No.Alarms from VMS POS Action Move camera to area of interest and zoom level Switch live video and push to video wall Trigger Event Recording at 25 fps Push alarm to the alarm stack Flash sensor icon on map Beep alarm warning sound 1Server fault XXX 2Vehicle in restricted zoneXXXXXX 3Abandoned vehiclesXXXXXX 4Counter flowXXXXXX 5Traffic monitoringXXXXXX The interface with VMS is between the POS server and the VMS via the site wide IP network. The software integration with the VMS enable : Alarms collection and data transfer via Web service published by the VMS server application. Representing vehicle positions on POS GIS maps

47 47 Vessel Traffic Service The interface with the VTS is between the POS server and the VTS servers via the site wide IP network. SNMP alarm monitoring, read-only client application for map visualization and projection on the video wall The visualization of the VTS is achieved with the installation into the POS workstation of a read only application client. The choice of read only access is driven by the explicit request to ensure that only the VTS operator will be able to configure and control the VTS system. According to the requirements the TIC video footage, recorded in the CCTV system is available to the control room operator but, also in this case according to the same design philosophy, the POS operator will not be allowed to control the TIC, this will avoid conflict with the VTS operators. SNMP traps

48 48 SCADA M&E: Pumping Stations, Sea Water Cooling System, Sewage System devices The interface between the POS and the M&E plant is subject to the finalization of the plant design from the building contractor. The integration methods available allowing plant monitoring and controlling are the following: TCP/IP with the dedicated plant controller Local DDC controlled to be interfaced via IBMS Dry contact with the plant devices The preferred method of integration is via the IBMS though the Site wide LAN. However, the final decision a cannot be defined till information relative to the plant monitoring solution is performed Dry contact with the device composing the plant or TCP/IP with the dedicated plant controller Plant representation via SCADA IDE and monitoring/control points mapping Drawings from building contractors

49 49 Port Operating System Questions ?


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