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Safe City Project
Kolhapur City, India
The Challenge
Kolhapur City, is an ancient Indian city
situated on the banks of river
Panchganga in southern Maharashtra
and also known as 'Dakshin Kashi’, (or
Southern Kashi). It is the seat of
Goddess Mahalaxmi (the Goddess of
Wealth). The city regularly experiences an
upsurge of religious tourists - with peak
influx being about 1 million plus during
the Navratri (literally meaning 9 nights)
festival, usually in October. In the past
three years, Kolhapur has also started
experiencing the security challenges
associated with rapid urbanisation increased crime, mass gatherings, rise in
vehicular traffic leading to traffic
indiscipline. The security of the temple is
also a key task, as it is constantly under
the radar of terrorists.
The Solution
MIPL advised the police and city administrations
to implement a Safe City program in Kolhapur.
The first phase of the project was initiated in June
2015 and completed in March 2016, and
consisted of the installation of 165 high resolution
cameras in 65 strategic locations in the city,
connected to the common centre in the police
HQ through a dedicated optical fibre network.
At a cost of around Rs. 67 million (1 million USD)
the project has one of the most favourable cost
benefit ratios in the country.
The Outcome
• Situational Awareness of the complete city &
the temple premises
• Capability of Disaster Prevention
• Efficient Incident Response
• Better investigation capability
• Reduction in road accidents & traffic congestion
• Preventive monitoring of sensitive city locations
• Smarter policing
• Better governance capability
The project uses world class components including cameras
from Axis and Infinova, Command Centre Application from
Qognify (Nice) and switches from Allied Telesis. Depicted above
is the control room for the project.
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Safe Building
Ganjam Jewellers, Bengaluru
The Challenge
Ganjam Jewellers is one of the most
respected jewellery brands in India,
producing handcrafted, luxury, temple
jewellery of the highest order, for the past
125 years. As they got ready to build an
iconic flagship store in a plush, yet busy
Bengaluru neighbourhood, their concern
was would the “openness” of the store
compromise the security? How would the
store and its assets - human and
otherwise remain protected without the
use of technology that is too intrusive?
The Solution
MIPL worked with the Ganjam management and
the architects to design an integrated security
management system that addressed all the
security challenges - life safety, theft, emergency
management and also maintaining the balance
between aesthetics and security. The project uses
high resolution IP cameras from Arecont Vision,
intrusion detection system from DSC, video
management from Exacq, biometric access
control from CEM and physical access barriers
from Kaba.
The Outcome
• 24 by 7 monitoring of the entire store & surrounding
areas
• Integrated security management platform provides
user friendly features
• Incident Responses can be audited
• Better investigation capability
• Better control of the management over the stores
proceedings
• Efficient reporting
The Ganjam flagship store has won the UN
award for architecture in the year 2016. It is
also one of the most expensive single
jewellery store in the country and uses material
from nearly 20 countries around the world.
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City Surveillance Project
Aurangabad City, India
The Challenge
Aurangabad is one of the largest cities in
Maharashtra, and contains one of the
largest manufacturing industrial belts in
the country. It is also one of the attractive
tourist destinations, courtesy the popular
Ajanta and Ellora caves, both heritage
destinations. It is also one of the 54
million-plus population cities in India.
The city has been transformed in the past
few years as an urban hub of innovation,
education and industrial growth and
hence the government is concerned
about the urban challenges of traffic
growth, increasing rate of petty crime as
well as crime against women.
The Solution
MIPL advised the police and city administrations to
implement a City Surveillance project in
Aurangabad.
The first phase of the project was initiated in
September 2015 and completed in November
2016, and consisted of the installation of 50 high
resolution cameras in 20 strategic locations in the
city, connected to the common centre in the
police HQ through a dedicated optical fibre
network. Aurangabad is the first city in India to use
5 MP fixed outdoor cameras. It is also one of the
fastest executed city surveillance projects in India,
completed in a span of less than two months.
The Outcome
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Situational Awareness of the complete city
Better traffic management & enforcement
Efficient Incident Response
Better investigation capability
Reduction in road accidents & traffic congestion
Preventive monitoring of sensitive city locations
Smarter policing
Better governance capability
Aurangabad will shortly commence the Phase
2 which will include addition of another 250
cameras, along with PA systems, duress
alarms and an incident response system.
The project uses cameras from Axis and video
management from Honeywell. Depicted above is
the control room for the project. The control room is
“wo-manned” by more 20 lady police constables
round the clock.
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Safe Premises
Mangalore Refinery
The Solution
The Challenge
MRPL (Mangalore Refineries &
Petrochemicals Limited), operates one of the
largest refineries in the world, in Mangalore, a
maritime city in the south-western part of
India.
The biggest concern security challenge for
the security establishment at MRPL is the
nearly 18 km long perimeter, which snakes
through difficult inhospitable terrain. The
MRPL refinery itself is also located almost in a
forest. Petty thefts are a regular occurrence
with thieves breaching the perimeter for
stealing valuable items. Of course, it is also a
property of national and strategic importance
and hence always under the radar of
terrorists.
The security of the entire premises is handled
by the CISF (Central Industrial Security Force).
Their reliance is mainly on manual intervention
and they have only basic technology at their
disposal such as metal detectors.
MIPL has been the security consultant for the
Mangalore refinery since 2015. After undertaking a
detailed risk profiling of the entire geography
surrounding the Mangalore refinery, MIPL designed
a technological solution that involves:
- Perimeter intrusion detection technology (electric
fence cant be used due to proximity to village
population) supplemented by PTZ cameras
which pan to an intrusion location in case of an
intrusion attempt
- A network of nearly 250 high resolution fixed and
panoramic day & night cameras.
- A GPON-based communication network to
minimise points of failure at the field level.
- Redundancy at multiple levels - control room,
network, field elements & electricity.
- Biometric Access Control
- Vehicle Tracking System for emergency vehicles
- Two control rooms
- Monitoring of remote MRPL locations
The Outcome
For the first time since its inception more than four
decades ago, the Mangalore Refinery will have an
integrated electronic security system. Since the
perimeter security & security of internal vital assets
is managed by the CISF (Central Industrial Security
Force), they will have a tool at their disposal to be
aware and proactive. The system is going to be of
great help in investigations and in controlling the
hitherto virtually-unfettered ingress across the
perimeter. The system is currently under
implementation and will be installed by December
2016.
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Collaborative Monitoring
Thane City, India
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The Challenge
Long considered to be a mere suburb of
Mumbai, the city of Thane has come
into its own in the past few years. With a
population of more than 1.5 million, and
an area of close to 150 sq kms. Thane’s
urban challenges have been on the rise.
Security is a key issue for the governing
agencies. The traffic congestion is only
increasing and crime rates are worrying.
At the same time, the police have limited
resources at their disposal. Thane is one
of the 100 cities nominated by the
Government of India to initiate the “Smart
City” program.
The Outcome
• The police have the ability to monitor the
city without having to spend money on
cameras.
• This is the first step to give the police the
complete flexibility to view video feed on
demand, from anywhere in the city
• The solution enables the police to view
control room feeds on their smartphones,
and use their smartphone as cameras
The Solution
MIPL designed a unique “collaborative monitoring”
project for the Thane Police. The project involved
designing a control room at the Police
Headquarters, with the ability to secure the feed
from virtually any camera in the city - old or new,
analog or IP, megapixel or not. This required an indepth understanding of the city’s infrastructure,
legacy surveillance and available connectivity
options. The control room had to be also designed
keeping mind future requirements of the city. The
core of the idea is the two-way integrability of the
solution. The idea takes the concept of community
policing forward - and enables the overall society
to pitch in to make the city safer.
Shops and establishments who have street side
cameras now have the ability to provide the same
feed to the police on a real time basis. Many
times, these same users do not have the luxury of
monitoring the camera feeds on a continuous
basis which work they can now outsource to the
police. The project uses command & control
solution made in India. The theme of collaborative
monitoring has has now been adopted by larger
cities, but Thane is the first city in India to
implement it.
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