Palmira Business Center, Donetsk, Ukraine. A successfully implemented project where a KODOS access control system works with Beward BD series IP cameras and GLOBOSS.
When the project of Palmira, which is one of the biggest business centers of Donetsk, Ukraine, was being developed, there came a question on building an analog- and IP-based surveillance system. The choice was made of equipment from Russian manufacturers, Beward IP cameras and KODOS access monitoring and control system.
The choice was made according to the following criteria:
• An optimal solution concerning price and quality
• Wide range of features offered by IP equipment
• Short delivery time
• Provision of efficient technical support
The equipment used for the project:
• BD4070D IP camera – 67 pcs
• BD4070H-K220 (outdoor housing, -40… +50ºС, with bracket) – 7 pcs
• BD75-5 camera – 4 pcs
• xxxx-B220 outdoor wiring closet with a 50 W power supply to power the PTZ cameras and for microclimate control – 4 pcs
• Over 100 KODOS access control points and boards, which allow opening the door with a cell phone.
Cisco switchers (with PoE support) and BD4070D cameras can be powered via PoE, which provides easy installation and uninterrupted power supply to all the cameras from a common source.
This project brought together two famous brands, Beward and KODOS, well-regarded for quality within their respective categories into a powerful surveillance system. After a person swiped a card through the reader on an access control point, the KODOS system creates an event and displays a message to the surveillance operator containing the person’s picture and details taken from the key. Besides, it automatically triggers a Beward IP camera pointed towards the door to record video and displays the recorded video to the operator. This allows an operator to compare a picture from an access control system database and a picture from a Beward IP camera. The image is displayed to an operator in a pop-up alarm window. The IP cameras support access control system triggered and motion detection triggered recording.