Samsung Techwin safeguards Russian Post logistics center at Moscow Airport

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Russian Post has invested in a Samsung Techwin video surveillance solution for its logistics center at Vnukovo International Airport, Moscow.

Russian Post is the national postal operator for the Russian Federation. It employs 350,000 people and annually delivers over 2.4 billion postal items via air, rail and road across a territory that is in excess of 17 million square kilometres.

The 65,000 sqm. logistics centre is one of a number of major investments which Russian Post has recently made in its infrastructure as part of an efficiency drive and all mail arriving at any of Moscow’s international airports is now processed at the Logistic Center which has the capacity to handle up to 400,000 items per day.

Moscow based IT and engineering infrastructure specialists, BCC Company, were awarded the contract to design, supply and install a video surveillance system that would provide a valuable tool which managers could use to monitor 24/7 operational efficiency, as well as ensure a safe and secure working environment for all who work within the Logistic Center.

“Whilst there is not an unlimited budget, the specification for the project was for cameras to be deployed that were able to capture identification grade images,” said Sergei Pushkin, Chief Project Engineer, BCC Company. “Ease of use was also an important factor as was the ability to record high quality images of any suspicious activity so that they could be used, if necessary, as evidence.”

After an extensive research and evaluation process, BCC Company decided to single source all the components of the video surveillance system from Samsung Techwin.

Phase one of the project has seen a total of 60 cameras installed, 45 of which areSCD-2080P varifocal true Day/Night dome cameras with IR cut filters, and six areSCD-2080Rs, which share the same feature set, but are also are equipped with built-in IR LEDs. Nine ‘all-in-one’ SCO-2080RH bullet cameras have also been installed. These have been designed to withstand temperatures as low as -50°C or as high as +50°C, making them suitable for locations which may suffer from extreme weather conditions. Built-in IR LEDs allow the SCO-2080RH to deliver superb quality images of objects up to 50 meters, even in total darkness, and a twin glass front negates the problem suffered by many bullet cameras of light from the IR LEDs reflecting back into the lens as a result of dirt or water settling on the glass front.

Phase 2 of the project will involve the installation of 28 additional cameras to ensure there are no blind spots within the Logistics Center or surrounding areas.The images captured by all the cameras are transmitted to a central control room where they can be viewed live on one of eight Samsung Techwin SMT-2231 high resolution monitors and simultaneously recorded on one of four SRD-1673D DVRs, each of which have a storage capacity of 1TB. The SRD-1673D utilizes innovative 960H technology which allows it to record high resolution 650TV lines in real-time across all of its channels. This ensures that operators in the control room can view the best possible resolution live and recorded images from the SCD-2080P, SCD-2080R and SCO-2080RH cameras.

“With the help of Samsung Techwin’s technical support team, we were able to complete the installation of the video surveillance system within seven days to the complete satisfaction of the client,” said Sergei Pushkin. “The system has proved to be very easy to operate and the client is confident that with the help of the high quality images captured by the Samsung Techwin cameras, their security personnel will be able to detect any criminal activity.”

(Samsung Techwin)

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