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1 Системы мониторинга Presentation: “ Application of intelligent video surveillance systems (systems of video monitoring) to minimize risks of refueling stations and petroleum storage depots ” Argus SECURITY SYSTEMS

2 Content 1 Description of the average fuel company activity 2 Sources of risk 3 Risk and measures characteristics 4 Economic consequences of the possible implementation of risk 7 Operation principle of the smart system 8 Operation principle of the smart system 9 Example of tracking of car refueling procedure 10 car refueling procedure 11 Refueling procedure change in case of irregular situation 12 Potential of the Video Monitoring Smart System "InfoRmator" 13 Simulation of monitoring situation by the Video Monitoring Smart System 16 Samples of Menu for criteria selection to search video-clips 17 Samples of information representation in video-clip frame 18 Video monitoring system "InfoRmator" 19 Additional features of Video Monitoring System "InfoRmator" 20 Block diagram of construction of the Video Monitoring System 21 Contact Information 22

3 Video monitoring systems Description of the average fuel company activity Every company performs a complex of business processes in its activities. First of all a refueling station must be correctly organized and then skillfully operated. There are three main sets of features of refueling stations: receiving, storing and distribution of product. Refueling station has its own special risks as a high threat location: - flammable liquids are accepted, stored and distributed (refueling station, petroleum storage depot); - there is a large number of highly liquid goods at a station (fuel, joint products, money – and all of these are temptation for theft) (refueling station); - refueling station - the probability of robberies at night (refueling station) as a twenty- four-hour object 2 Operation is the area of these studies.

4 All the risks associated with the operation of the company (receiving, storing and distribution of product) have their own reasons. The most effective method of dealing with the risks is their sources control. There are several options for monitoring the sources of risk: 1. Subjective monitoring (application of the subject with all its consequences in the information channel: intentional and unintentional misrepresentation); 2. Application of technical means which differ in objectivity (necessity to view large amounts of information and therefore a big labor coefficient); 3. Application of objective smart hardware that allow to reduce the time (labor coefficient) of monitoring processes up to 10 times and to reduce the risk of skipping events due to the capability to choose videos from database linked to a set of any factors (selected and classed according to certain factors) 3 The disadvantages of options for monitoring risks (according to points): 1. Subjective channel (misrepresentation) + labor coefficient; 2. Relatively high price + labor coefficient; 3. High price of equipment Sources of risk Video monitoring systems

5 4 Table of risk and measures characteristics Video monitoring systems

6 5 Table of risk and measures characteristics Video monitoring systems 3.Lack of control over behavior of pesonnel and customers at a refueling station  Theft by personnel. o When draining fuel (incomplete drain, refill to the correct amount by a low-grade fuel). o In case of loading (underfill, unauthorized control system at dispenser). o Implementation without registration at Specialized electronic control cash register. o Cashing coupons o Use of personally owned fuel and discount card o of products by cash  Theft by customers o Robbery. o Filling without payment o Theft of related products  Damage to equipment of refuelling station made by customers. o Breakage of refueling nozzle. o Equipment crash.  Economic: o Loss of property (equipment, fuel, products and cash).  Reputation: o Loss of customers Installation of security camera at a tank battery, front office and dispensers (drain pipes and filling manholes), security cameras at dispensers. The use of intelligent video surveillance systems allows you to: 1) Compare refilling items with facts of check availability. 2) Compare the video of sale by coupon (card, bonus card) with the mode of payment fixed in appropriate cheque. 3) Compare the video of the fact of product scanning with the fact of cheque printing. Fixing the facts (usual video viewing). Fixing the facts on the movement in video frame (usual video viewing).

7 6 Table of risk and measures characteristics Video monitoring systems

8 Economic consequences of the possible implementation of risk - There is an opinion that the cost of risk prevention is higher than the damage from risk implementation; - Very few people pursue to assess consequences and cost of possible damage; - The product of the damage probability by the damage cost is equal to risk assessment (the assessment is used by insurance companies: the higher the score, the higher the cost of insurance); - Absolutely all the consequences of risks (see table on page 4-6) are reduced to the economic consequences, i.e. they can be estimated in money; Example: The average level of theft is at least 50 liters per day. This is 1500 l/month and 12 000 UAH/month. Herewith the cost of the average smart system for a large refueling station is 100 000 USD. It follows thence the payback period is about 8 months. But since the installation of the system allows to minimize other risks and consequences, the actual payback period is much smaller. 7 Video monitoring systems

9 Operation principle of the smart system (unlike conventional video control system) 1) Instead of a continuous video recording (used in conventional systems), the smart system operates on a concept of video-clip. The specified procedure is displayed in video system from the beginning to the end of operation (e.g. recording car traffic from arrival to departure); 2) The Video Monitoring System has a number of digital parameters that can be set. This system filters out video-clips through the whole database only those that meet the specified parameters and criteria. As a result, instead of watching a large amount of continuous flow of information, the task is reduced to watching a few short stories (3-5 minutes) selected according to certain parameters and criteria 8 Video monitoring systems

10 Software and hardware used in the smart system: 1) Hardware resources: camera; microphone; Video Recorder; Specialized electronic control cash register 2) Software Resources: Software for Video Recorder with electronic wizard; Software for remote access; Software for Specialized electronic control cash register connectable to Video Recorder with electronic wizard 9 Video monitoring systems

11 Example of tracking of car refueling procedure - Established procedure consists of seven operations; - Each operation is confirmed by the electrical signal (command) from sensors, cash register, used dispenser devices etc.; - Every operation carries a set of control information which can be set and sorted (see table on page 11) 10 Video monitoring systems

12 Table "car refueling procedure" 11 Video monitoring systems №ProcedureSystem signalSignal data 1.Car drives up to dispenser Movement sensor at the entrance to dispenser  dispenser №,  car identification number (optional) 2. Dispenser refueling nozzle is taken off Refueling nozzle is taken off  dispenser №,  refueling nozzle № (fuel type) 3.Fuel is orderedOrder is sent to Specialized electronic control cash register  dispenser №,  fuel type,  volume of fuel,  value of fuel,  type of payment (fuel card № or coupon №),  amount of a discount (discount or bonus card №), 4.Fuel is paid.Specialized electronic control cash register cheque is received  dispenser №,  fuel type,  volume of fuel,  value of fuel,  type of payment (fuel card № or coupon №),  amount of a discount (discount or bonus card №),  number of pair,  surname of cashier. 5. Refilling begins. Refilling pipe of dispenser is started up.  dispenser №,  fuel type. 6.Refilling stops.Refilling pipe of dispenser is stopped.  dispenser №,  fuel type,  volume of sold fuel. 7.Car drives off from dispenser Movement sensor at the exit from dispenser  dispenser №,  car identification number (optional)

13 Refueling procedure change in case of irregular situation (e.g., underfill) The procedure № 6 presented in table on page 11 is transformed into two procedures: 6.1 and 6.2 12 Video monitoring systems Underfill: №ProcedureSystem signalSignal data 6.1.Refilling is stopped Dispenser pipe is stopped.  dispenser №,  type of product,  volume of dispensed fuel is less than the paid volume (cheque data) 6.2.Refund of the underfilled fuel is produced Redemption cheque of Specialized electronic control cash register is received  dispenser №,  fuel type,  volume of fuel,  value of fuel,  type of payment (fuel card № or coupon №),  amount of a discount (discount or bonus card №),  number of pair,  surname of cashier.

14 Potential of the Video Monitoring Smart System "InfoRmator" 1) camera records continuously the entire video stream at the entrance to the refueling station; 2) camera records continuously the entire video stream at the exit from the refueling station; 3) camera above dispenser device starts recording on a signal from motion sensor; 4) camera above operator starts recording on a signal from motion sensor + sound recording; 5) camera above tank starts recording on a signal from motion sensor; 6) camera starts recording on a signal from motion sensor in a shop at service entrances and deaf zones; 7) camera starts recording on a signal from motion sensor in a selling floor and above entrance door; 8) camera starts recording on a signal from motion sensor at service provisioning points of the refueling station (points of pumping, vacuum cleaner, exterior racks, parking, cleaning, etc.) 13 Video monitoring systems The basic configuration for creation of the Smart system (classic example):

15 Potential of the Video Monitoring Smart System "InfoRmator" 3.1. Additive recording function after refueling nozzle has been taken off – with the following text labels on video image: dispenser №, fuel type, ordered/current volume of fuel, type of payment by check, amount and type of discount, pair №, cashier’ surname and name, system date and time; 3.2. Pre-and post-record attached to this story (video portion is taken from basic video clip - availability of video clip on motion signal) and to the number of dispenser; 3.3. In case a module of definition of car identification numbers is added: record attached to a check (car identification number to the number of check); 3.4. If microphone is added, audio recording is carried out. 14 Video monitoring systems The additional features of the Video Monitoring System for creation of the Smart system (case with attached cash register): camera above dispenser device:

16 Potential of the Video Monitoring Smart System "InfoRmator" 4.1. Video recording function is added (instead of starting recording on a signal from motion sensor) based on starting work with a cash register with indication the following text labels on video image: dispenser №, fuel type, ordered/current volume of fuel, type of payment by check, amount and type of discount, pair №, cashier’ surname and name, system date and time; 4.2. Pre-record of video and audio signal is added before starting work with a cash register (throughout the installed time before the "first contact with a cash register") 15 Video monitoring systems The additional features of the Video Monitoring System for creation of the Smart system (case with attached cash register): camera above operator:

17 Simulation of monitoring situation by the Video Monitoring Smart System 1) Cash register works in a single complex with video system; 2) Payment type "Payroll" is selected in Video Monitoring System when monitoring; 3) The system filter provides a set of videos with payment type "Payroll"; 4) In case of selective or full viewing of short videos, the examiner should visually identify the payment type actually applied by the client 16 Video monitoring systems Example: Attempt to monitor cashing of coupons (substitute of payment form):

18 Samples of Menu for criteria selection to search video-clips 17 Video monitoring systems

19 Samples of information representation in video-clip frame 18 Video monitoring systems

20 Video Monitoring System "InfoRmator" Ability to connect simultaneously analog and IP cameras; Real-time recording – 400 k/sec with a resolution of 704x576; Pentaplex; Compression algorithm H.264, Built-in networking; Independent transfer of data to network; Independent adjustment of write speed and data transmission in network (DualStream); USB ports; External archive e-SATA; Operating system with open code - Linux; Simultaneous audio recording; Using a pointing device "mouse" to navigate; Simple and clear search the recorded images. 19 Technical specifications of the Video monitoring system Key features: - Work with Specialized electronic control cash register modules; - Work with car number identification modules Additional functions:

21 Additional features of the Video Monitoring System "InfoRmator" Easy to use menu. Maintaining database of events and items. A separate entry menu, a separate search menu. Maintaining records for non-standard requests: - identifying numbers; - taking off refueling nozzle; - printing check; - first touch of the Specialized electronic control cash register keyboard. Testing of labels: Fuel: - date; - type of fuel; - dispenser №; - operator; - checks (standard, return, process spillage, emergency spillage); - type of payment (cash, card (type of card), coupon (type of coupon); - amount by check; - volume by check; - touching the Specialized electronic control cash register keyboard; - car identification number. Related Products and Services: - date; - running code number; 2020 Technical specifications of the Video monitoring system - time of scanning; - scanning products without further payment. Search by: - date; - type of fuel; - dispenser №; - operator; - check №; - type of payment; - amount by check; - volume by check; - mismatching of number of scanning and check printouts; - car identification number; - car identification number + type of payment; - type of payment + dispenser; - indications of transmitter; - indications of transmitter + dispenser. Displaying information in the video-clip frame. Displaying databases in programs such as "office". Displaying event log. Displaying one or several video windows simultaneously related to general event and item. Monitoring of "Alarms". Signal: "Fuel level in tank changes, but dispenser does not work".

22 Block diagram of construction of the Video Monitoring System 2121 Technical specifications of the Video monitoring system

23 Contact Information 22 Technical specifications of the Video monitoring system "ARGUS – security systems" ltd. Kiev, Otradny avenue 95E, Tel. +380 44 3512828 +380 67 5035101 www.argus-kiev.com.ua argus@nd.ua


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