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  1. Contract 1000-203 Port Khalifa Port Special Systems Port Operating System (POS) Workshop – Overview

  2. Workshop Objective • Realization of POS for: • Security Command and Control • Utilities and Building Infrastructure Supervision • Port Special Systems Health Monitoring • User’s interface with POS Elements • Gate for POS Configuration

  3. Port Operating System (POS) Workshop Realization of POS

  4. POS-PSS Interfaces – Functional Groups Access Control System POS CCTV Master ClockSystem Offshore Gate Management System(ADT) IT Data Network and Wireless LAN Gate Management System Perimeter Security Systems Integrated Building Management System Port Operations Telephony System Vessel Traffic Services Local BMS Utilities & Infrastructure PA/VA System Pumping Stations Fire Alarm System Sewage System Asset Management System UPS

  5. Port Operating System (POS) Workshop User’s Interface with POS Elements

  6. POS Elements • Point of Presence • Data Centre – Data Centre & Terminal Operations buildings • Control Room – Control Centre & Harbour Master buildings • Outside Control Room – Control Centre & Harbour Master buildings • Stakeholder Access Point – select buildings • List • Redundant Servers • Quad Head Port Operations Workstation • Video Wall • Quad Head Utilities & Infrastructure Supervision Workstation • Engineering & Training Workstations • Single Head Stakeholder Workstation

  7. User’s Interface • Quad Head Layout • Video Wall Layout • Stakeholder Access • Navigation Hierarchy • User Groups, Roles & Access Privileges • Alarm / Alert Management • Automatic Actions / Business Logic • Reports and Business Communication • Workstation Locations

  8. User’s Interface with POS Elements Quad Head Layout

  9. Quad Head Layout – Control Room (Port Operations) • Interaction through mouse, keyboard and touch • 21” diagonal touchscreens • Adjustable tilt/swivel, height and reach • Application layout per user-profiles Alarm Console Main UI Video Console Reports, Video Wall Management, PSS Applications, Business Applications

  10. User’s Interface with POS Elements Video Wall Layouts

  11. Video Wall Layout – Control Room (Port Operations) • Cube • 70” diagonal • 4:3 aspect ratio • 1400 x 1500 resolution and dimension in mm • 5100:1 dynamic contrast • 2 lamps in cold standby configuration • 16 pictures-in-pictures • Video Wall • 5 cubes in a row • 2 rows • 7000 x 2100 resolution and dimension in mm • Controller • 4 video inputs from each POS workstation in control room • Server for video wall management client • Every video input displayable at any position and size • Two layouts / scenarios – routine and emergency

  12. Video Wall Layout – Routine Port Operations Navigation Hierarchy Event Monitor Video Matrix Maps Alarm Stack Satellite TV

  13. Video Wall Layout – Incident / Emergency Map and Alert Information Incident Video Alarm Stack Satellite TV Incident Video

  14. User’s Interface with POS Elements Stakeholder Access

  15. Stakeholder Access • Access points available at select buildings • Limited to the geographic area around the point of presence (building and its adjoining vicinity) • Single Head Layout • Interaction through mouse, keyboard and touch • 21” diagonal • Application layout per user-profiles Stakeholder UI

  16. User’s Interface with POS Elements Navigation Hierarchy

  17. Navigation Hierarchy • POS GUI is navigated through a tree hierarchy which is the first step in GUI configuration. • Structure based on a mix of functional / operational groups and geographical zones. • Sensor icons are placed on monitoring areas. • Areas comprise monitoring zones.

  18. Maps and Graphics • Port Operations maps source: • Monitoring zones and areas – aerial images • Inside buildings – civil construction floor plans in black and white • Utilities and Infrastructure graphics source: • P&ID for mechanical plants • SLD for electrical systems • D&ID for HVAC systems

  19. Khalifa Port Geographical Zones Onshore Terminal Causeway Offshore

  20. Onshore Zone Clusters Container Freight Station Cluster Customs Cluster Gates Cluster Control Centre Cluster

  21. Container Freight Station Cluster Zone Container Freight Station Auxiliary East Auxiliary West Substation 8 Substation at CFS Container Repair Workshop

  22. Container Freight Station – Level 1 Area

  23. Utilities and Infrastructure

  24. User’s Interface with POS Elements User Groups, Roles & Access Privileges

  25. Application of User Groups and Roles • Access privileges are assigned to zones per User Group. • Access privileges are assigned to GUI components per User Role. • List of end-user groups, roles and users required.

  26. Khalifa Port Roles and Groups Roles Groups Groups

  27. Access Privileges Matrix

  28. User’s Interface with POS Elements Alarm / Alert Management

  29. Alarm / Alert Notification • New alerts are notified as: • Popup • Audio beep • Row in alert list pane and alert console • Flashing alert severity icon on the respective monitoring area node and all the monitoring zones above in navigation pane • Flashing alert severity icon on the respective monitoring area map for the sensor in alarm • Alert severity indications: • Critical • High • Medium • Low

  30. Alarm / Alert Management • Alert is associated with a sensor – alert is traceable to a unique COID • Comprehensive alert detail window • Acknowledgement of an alert is local to POS • Alert is closed: • Automatically upon status update from PSS • Manually from the alert detail window • Alerts can be filtered in alert console based conditions applicable on: • Severity • Status • Sensor Name / COID • Alert Type • Alerts can be escalated to an individual user or group

  31. Alarm / Alert Notification GUI

  32. Alert Detail Window – Recorded Video

  33. Alert Detail Window – Last # of Events Tab

  34. Alert Detail Window – Snapshot Tab

  35. Alert Detail Window – Map Tab

  36. Alert Detail Window – System Information

  37. Alert Detail Window – Audit Trail

  38. Alert Console – Filters

  39. Alert Escalation

  40. User’s Interface with POS Elements Reports and Business Communication

  41. Reports • Create reports from alert detail window. • Create alert trend reports and graphs. • Print reports and graphs. • Save reports to file – PDF, HTML, RTF, etc.

  42. Create Alert Report

  43. Alert Detailed Report Sample

  44. Alert Trend Report and Graph

  45. Alert Trend Report Templates

  46. User’s Interface with POS Elements Automatic Actions / Business Logic

  47. Automatic Actions • POS executes business logic to perform automatic actions configured for alerts • All automatic actions are listed in the “Cause & Effect” chart • Effects are: • Move associated camera to area of interest and zoom level • Push live video of associated camera onto Event Monitor on Video Wall • Trigger event video recording at 25 fps • Notify alert in POS • Trigger reactive maintenance work order in AMS • Send email to maintenance personnel • List of email addresses and mobile numbers assigned to effects required.

  48. Cause & Effect Chart

  49. Cause & Effect Chart (contd.)

  50. Cause & Effect Chart (contd.)