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On the crest of a wave
With 1.7million sq ft of space spread across nine warehouses throughout the UK, the largest of its facilities are situated in Milton Keynes and Northampton. NWLs distribution centres provide a fully integrated logistics service with high security bonded storage facilities for a host of top brand customers across a broad range of household names, including Blockbuster, Casio, EPSON, GlaxoSmithKline, Jenks, OlivettiLexikon, Philips, Pioneer, Sanyo and Yamaha-Kemble. Integrated security from the outset Following NWLs recent expansion into three individual warehouses at Grange Park, a green-field development located beside the M1 in Northampton, NWLs Security Manager, Howard Smith, decided to implement an integrated security plan that would reveal a level of planning and detail right down to the specific operational requirements of each installed camera. Securing high-value stock within a warehousing and distribution environment calls for examination of all the key security and site management factors that could affect the smooth operation of the business, explained Howard. At the highest level, we clearly need to secure access to the sites, to prevent unauthorised intrusion. To do this, we have to secure the box. By this, I mean making watertight the sites perimeters, entry and exit points, and internal areas. The requirement
Established in 1991 by the $10 billion global logistics conglomerate NYK, New Wave Logistics (UK) Ltd (NWL), is part of a network of modern, high-tech warehousing facilities spread throughout Europe. The rapidly expanding company was set-up to service the storage and distribution requirements of clients with high value, or specialised products. In addition to its quality warehousing and distribution operation, NWL offers its customers an extensive range of value added services that enable it to supply specialist solutions, fashioned to suit the individual requirements of its customers. This comprehensive portfolio of support services includes high-security warehousing, next day delivery and complete logistics and supply chain management.
to monitor warehouse stock and the distribution process itself is divided into different scenarios and these address issues such as the possible theft of stock internally. To support claims of variation on a delivery into us, or distribution out from the warehouse, we also need to secure video footage of the precise nature of incoming and outgoing stock. The quality of this video information needs to be extremely high in order for us to be able to effectively evaluate the precise quantity of stock and its condition in any particular distribution movement, perhaps as evidence to confirm a customer query or an insurance claim. In-depth planning and consultation Having previously supplied surveillance systems to existing NWL warehouses at Tilbrook and Rooksley in Milton Keynes, Howards experience of working with Panasonic Premier Installer, OCS Security Services, led him to ask the company to assist him with the specification and design of a fully integrated security system that would provide the secure solution he was looking to deploy. When you are committing a company resource of over 1/2 million over two years, you need to be confident in your choice of business partner. The level of knowledge and experience displayed by OCS in their ability to provide us with practical, cost-effective solutions is reflected in their Panasonic Premier Installer status. Their accreditation means that their engineers, surveyors and installation managers attend compulsory regular training for technical support and service, and the benefit to NWL has been delivered in the product advice we have been able to obtain. This level of technical support has given us peace of mind and, together with the Panasonic CCTV products we have opted for, a reliable and high-quality branded product solution. Initially, Howard met with Roger Noakes, from OCS, to conceive and evaluate potential solutions for NWL at Grange Park. We discussed every security and management scenario NWL faced and audited the degree of threat each situation posed, explained Roger. NWLs sites operate 24-hours a day, so we needed to provide them with a solution that would cater for this, getting the balance of security equipment and level of integration absolutely right, whilst allowing the daily business activity to flow smoothly. Overall, the OCS solution supplied to NWL integrates the CCTV, access control and intruder alarm systems to provide an extremely high-level of protection. OCS Security Services provides dedicated project managers for its customers and Steve Hodges who is responsible for the NWL contract oversees all technical aspects from the point of sale through installation to commissioning and training. Effective product solution Although each warehouse at Grange Park features a standalone security system, fibre-optic links to the sites main control room enables 24hour monitoring for all three facilities plus other remote sites via the NWL network. At the central control room, all security sub-systems are
A 450-bay car park demands the most rigorous and tamper-proof surveillance solution.
controlled from within a purpose built operational environment designed by OCS, to maximise the potential of the systems. Utilising a Panasonic WJ-SX550 camera switching matrix and WV-CU550 controller, operators can readily select any of the sites 110 Panasonic colour cameras, to secure highresolution surveillance of the sites main entry and exit roads, microphonic alarmed perimeter fencing, 50 loading bays, 450 car parking spaces and internal warehousing areas. A mix of Panasonic WV-CS854 colour/mono dome cameras, or static cameras are used to provide surveillance coverage of the packaging and loading bay door areas. A different type of camera was needed at the loading doors where natural back-light can be a problem. Highly contrasting light conditions mean that the background can white-out and foreground details appear as a silhouette. This often makes the identification of equipment or a person difficult for ordinary CCTV cameras to resolve. OCS specified Panasonic WV-CP474 Super DII cameras, which are specially designed for these type of lighting conditions and have the ability to give a clear picture, full of essential detail.
NWLs main control room allows 24-hour surveillance of all facilities plus other remote sites connected via the NWL network.
To log the passage of NWLs own fleet of 250 lorries, along with other visiting delivery trucks, the busy Grange Park warehousing complex uses Panasonic WV-CL834 480-line resolution colour cameras to capture crystal clear images of vehicles, their drivers and their registration number plates. The systems 2.8 Terabyte digital recording system is programmed to meet the security risk assessment needs of each individual camera and its particular area of surveillance coverage. This intelligent use of the digital recording media helps to make the most of the systems valuable digital storage capacity, maximising system performance and hence reducing the amount of media storage required, which in turn leads to a welcome reduction in capital outlay.
When you are committing a company resource of over 1/2 million over two years, you need to be confident in your choice of business partner.
As with the systems CCTV cameras in the warehouses, differing categories of stock have also been risk assessed and allocated differing levels of security risk. For instance, in the wines and spirits section, where individual stock items are more accessible and therefore perceived as more vulnerable, zoned areas are guarded by the additional use of cameras linked to dual tech motion detectors. On activation of a zone sensor, a triggered alarm activation is sent to the systems recording equipment to initiate an instant start-up recording, or switch a time-lapse recording mode into a more useful real-time mode. This degree of system planning and detail pays real security and site management dividends, and is the result of the work put into consultation with the installation company, to create a thorough site security audit and specific threat analysis. Specified to meet with the needs of the local police force, any incidents can be downloaded to CD ROM, if required the high-quality digital video footage can also be downloaded on to more traditional recording media such as VHS tape. Security management provides the answer As part of NWLs warehousing and distribution service to its customers, the deployment of effective site security and management is paramount. But these systems also play a major role in attracting new business. In what is a very competitive market place, NWL are able to show prospective new customers that, not only can they deliver a quality storage and distribution service, but also provide a full audit
A mixture of static cameras and colour/mono dome models keep watch over NWL (UK).
trail of operational activity via the amalgam of computer tracking and CCTV surveillance to keep the customers products secure. Another operational benefit of running the highly effective security system is to keep a check on the ongoing insurance premiums. Again, a factor which if not for the depth of security measures taken would undoubtedly lead to an increase in operational costs for NWL. With this in mind, the capability of the Panasonic based system even allows CCTV video footage of an incident to be e-mailed directly to an insurance company, to aid the fast track resolution of any claims. NWLs security systems can be described as being in a constant state of development, says Howard, with additions and restructuring being undertaken on an ongoing basis to meet our evolving security and business needs. As we speak, OCS is installing a Panasonic AV20 Codec unit to enable us to monitor cameras at our Milton Keynes site, from our control room. The Grange Park project is the result of a great working partnership between the installer and client and their ability to provide us with in-depth product and technical support has meant that they have delivered a high level of security and safety for our premises, stock and personnel alike.
The PPI scheme has been developed to create loyalty between Panasonic and the integrators who are willing to go that extra mile. As the scheme has developed and evolved it has generated a benchmark standard for CCTV installers across the UK & Europe. Find out more at: www.premierintegrator.eu
Cameras Panasonic WV-CW864 External Domes Panasonic WV-CS854 Super Dynamic II Mini Domes Panasonic WV-CP474 Super Dynamic IIs Panasonic WV-CP464 DSP Panasonic WV-CL834 Monitors Panasonic WV-CM1480 Hardware Panasonic Matrix System 550 (camera switching matrix) Panasonic WV-CU550 System Controller Panasonic WJ-AV20 Video Codec Panasonic WJ-FS416
Contact PPi: Mr Roger Noakes OCS Ltd (Bristol, UK) Tel: Email: email@example.com
Panasonic System Solutions Europe Tel: +44 (0)940 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: pss.pansonic.eu
Super Dynamic II Colour Dome Cameras
Closed Circuit Video Equipment with Low-Light B/W Mode
The Panasonic WV-CS850 series are the next generation in unitized colour dome cameras. This all-in-one unit with a 1/4-type colour CCD camera, 22x zoom lens, and rotating chassis is packed inside a sleek 110mm diameter of dome size that fits discretely into almost any location. Our newly developed Super Dynamic II capabilities give the WV-CS850 series a dynamic range 80 times that of conventional cameras. With the ability to deliver fullcolour images in light as low as 1lx and black and white images in ultra low light conditions with only 0.06lx, it's the ideal camera for 24-hour surveillance. No subject can easily escape its full 360 horizontal rotation, 180 vertical pan, and 300/second speed. Physical contact-free and optical video signal transfer type SLIP RING system provides noiseless imaging. New Privacy Zone Masking and Patrol Learn features equip the WV-CS850 series to go beyond standard surveillance techniques. The Panasonic WV-CS850 series, the answer for today's ever expanding need for high-performance surveillance products.
Compact 110mm diameter dome-sized all-in-one colour camera, for
wide area surveillance applications.
Built-in Super Dynamic II function has 80 times wider dynamic range
when compared to a conventional camera.
570-line at B/W and 480-line at colour imaging horizontal resolution. Built-in Digital-FLIP by memory read out, allows 180-degree turn
IP52 drip proof environmental structure. Can select colour or B/W capturing by removal of IR filter, enables
improvement of the sensitivity for any applications ; 0.06 lx at B/W or 1 lx at colour imaging (at sensitivity 2x up). Privacy zone masking function. Linear 32x electronic sensitivity enhancement function. Built-in motion detector. Patrol Learn function. Auto panning function with 64 preset positions. Panning speed of max. 300 degree/s at preset mode. 22x optical zoom lens (3.79 - 83.4mm, F1.6). 10x linear electronic zoom function. Auto focus lens. Multiplex-coaxial or RS485 data communication. Four (4) alarm inputs and two (2) outputs terminals. Alphanumeric character display. Optical SLIP RING System. Optional smoke and mirror type dome covers are available.
Max 128 Inputs Video Signal RS485 data
(Max 16 Outputs)
Alarm Output Connector
PC RS-232C Port WV-AS500 control GUI software
Matrix System 500
Wire Colour Gray White Pink Green
Function OUT 1 GND OUT 2 GND
Monitors (Max 16 Outputs)
RS485 Data Port
Brown Red Orange Yellow Green GND T (B) T (A) R (B) R (A)
Time Lapse VTR
Alarm Input Connector
Wire Colour Black Brown Red Orange Yellow Sky Blue Blue Purple Function IN 1 GND IN 2 GND IN 3 GND IN 4 GND
WV-CU550B System Controller (Max 8)
Video Output Connector Power Cable Connector (WV-CS854) Power Cable Connector (WV-CS850) Camera Mounting Base Camera Lock Plate Fall Prevention Wire Decoration Cover Dome Cover
Model No Effective Pixels Scanning Area Synchronization Horizontal Scanning Frequency Vertical Scanning Frequency Video Output H. Resolution Signal-to-noise Ratio Super Dynamic II Minimum Illumination Zoom Speed Focus Speed Iris Maximum Aperture Ratio Focal Length Angular Field of View H V Electronic Shutter Electronic Sensitivity Up Zoom Ratio Iris Range Panning Range Panning Angle Setting Panning Speed Tilting Range Tilting Speed Pan/Tilt Controls Power Source Power Consumption Controller I/F Ambient Operating Temperature Dimensions Weight
WV-CS850 WV-CS(H) x 575 (V) 1/4-type Super Dynamic II CCD Internal / Line-lock / Multiplexed Vertical Drive (VD2) 15.625 kHz 50 Hz 1.0 v[p-p] PAL/CCIR composite / 75 more than 570-line at B/W, or 480-line at colour imaging 50 dB (AGC off, weight on) 80 times (selectable on/off) 0.06 lx at B / W, or 1 lx at colour imaging (at sensitivity 2x up) Approx. 2.1 s (TELE / WIDE) in sequence mode Approx. 2.1 s (FAR / NEAR) in sequence mode Automatic (Open / Close is possible) / manual 1:1.6 (Wide) ~ 3.0 (Tele) 3.79 ~ 83.4 mm 2.6 ~ 52.3 2.0 ~ 39.9 1/50 (off), 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1,000, 1/2,000, 1/4,000, 1/10,000 s Max. 32x (Auto / Fix) Optical 22x (3.79 ~ 83.4 mm) with 10x electronic zoom F1.6 ~ 22, Close 360 endless Possible Manual: Approx. 0.1/s ~ 120.2/s. 8/16 steps Preset: Maximum approx. 300/s 0 ~ 90(Digital Flip off), 0 ~ 180(Digital Flip on) Manual: Approx. 0.1/s ~ 120.2/s. 8/16 steps Preset: Maximum approx. 300/s Manual / Sequential position / Sort position / Auto Pan Pan/Tilt, Lens, 64 Preset Positions, Home Position 220V ~ 240V AC, 50 Hz 24V AC, 50 Hz 18W 14W Multiplex-coaxial / RS-485 10C ~ +50C 120 (D) x 191 (H) mm (110mm diameter dome size) Approx. 2 kg
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Weights and dimensions are approximate. Specifications are subject to change without notice. These products may be subject to export control regulations.
Panasonic is the brandname of Matsushita Electric.
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