Major Event Security Solutions
Topics of Discussion
Active in Six Business Areas
How we help our customers
C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Where are they applicable?
The need for security solutions
The need for security solutions
Situational Awareness
Decision Making
Decision Making
Command Control
Command Control
Local competence centers transfer the know-how to the different customers
C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Customer Operational Benefits
C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Customer Direct Program Benefits
C4I - Integrated Security Solutions From Concept to Reality in three steps
C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Multi Agency Co-ordination Through Information Sharing
C4I - Integrated Systems Projects Definition
C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Concept Overview
C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Technology Integration in Security Communication Systems
C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Mobile Security Command Centers
C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Physical Security Lay-Out in Venues
C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Physical Security Lay-Out in Venues
C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Airborne Video Surveillance Systems
C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Customer Reference
C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Athens 2004 Success Story
C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Athens 2004 Facts and Figures
Siemens C4I Principle of Operation
ELS/GEOFIS The dispatcher console (example)
Automatic Vehicle Location System
System Integration
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Major Event Security Solutions

1. Major Event Security Solutions

Siemens Building Technologies – Security Systems
Command & Control Integrated Solutions

2. Topics of Discussion

Overview of Siemens
Our Approach to Major Event
Security
Athens
Doha
Program Management
Key Lessons Learned
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3. Active in Six Business Areas

Automation
and Control
Power
Transportation
Medical
Information and
Communications
Lighting
Automation and
Drives
Power Generation
Transportation
Systems
Medical Solutions
Communications 1)
OSRAM
Industrial
Solutions and
Services
Power
Transmission and
Distribution
Siemens VDO
Automotive
Siemens IT
Solutions and
Services
Siemens Building
Technologies
External sales of Operations Groups excluding Other Operations (as of September 30, 2006)
28.5%
19.3%
17.3%
9.8%
19.7%
5.4%
1) Since Oct.1, 2006 represented by Siemens Networks GmbH Co. KG and Siemens Enterprise Communications
GmbH & Co. KG
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4. How we help our customers

HVAC
Security
Siemens
Building
Technologies
Fire Safety
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Building
Automation
Energy &
Environmental
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5. C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Where are they applicable?

The need for security solutions
Fire rescue
Sporting events
Catastrophe support
Concepts
First resonse
systems
Clubs
Traffic support
Mass gatherings
Conferences
Border control
Terrorism
Catastrophe support
Unstable
governmental
situations
Business facilities
Production sites
Private estates
Earthquakes
Floods
Hurricans
Aridity
Forest fires
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6. The need for security solutions

The circle of thorough security management
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7. The need for security solutions

Situational Awareness
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8.

Situational Awareness
Situational Awareness consists of
Continuous qualified collection of incidents
Monitoring, surveillance and detection
Incident collection, completion (call handling)
Processing of information
Objectives:
Fast collection of information
Accurate, reliable and qualified data
Incorporating various sources of information via
different media
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9.

Decision Making
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10. Situational Awareness

Decision Making
Decision Making consists of
Incident evaluation
Situation analysis
Decision on appropriate response
Resources allocation
Dissemination of information
Objectives:
Appropriate actions based on information initialized
Availability of response units checked
Optimal & target oriented measures chosen
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11. Decision Making

Command Control
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12. Decision Making

Command Control
Command Control consists of
Dispatching resources
Coordinating and directing adequate response
Managing assignment
Accounting, Reporting
Objectives:
Responding as fast and efficient as possible
Reacting appropriately to evolving situation
Making units available for further assignments quickly
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13. Command Control

Local competence centers transfer the know-how
to the different customers
Technology center at building
technologies HQ globally
supports all security activities and
maintains life cycle operations
Specialized competence
centers for stadiums and
events
Germany
WM 2006
Know-how
transfer
stadiums
Portugal
EM 2004
Know-how
transfer
stadiums
Greece
Olympics Athens 2004
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Know-how
transfer
stadiums
China
Olympics
China 2008
Doha
Asian Games 2006
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14. Command Control

C4I - Integrated Security Solutions
Customer Operational Benefits
Efficient and secure coverage
of large areas
Fast and reliable information,
video stream & data sharing
Common Operational picture &
resource status
Phased implementation
ensuring minimal impact on
current operations
Totally integrated command,
control, decision support &
communication environment
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15. Local competence centers transfer the know-how to the different customers

C4I - Integrated Security Solutions
Customer Direct Program Benefits
One single contract and project
control mechanism
Partnering with Siemens truly
Global Network of products,
technology, solutions
Use of robust, proven, open
architecture products and
systems
Integrated Customer – Siemens
project management
Upgradeable and ‘future proof’
end solution
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16. C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Customer Operational Benefits

C4I - Integrated Security Solutions
From Concept to Reality in three steps
Step 1 - Requirements:
Together with the customer, we
develop functional/performance
requirements and the
appropriate system architecture
Step 2 - Customization:
We group the necessary
systems and products into a
single, customer-specific
integrated solution
Step 3 - Implementation:
Using the rigorous [email protected]
Siemens, we deliver a unique
integrated security solution on
time, within budget, and at
optimal performance
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17. C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Customer Direct Program Benefits

C4I - Integrated Security Solutions
Multi Agency Co-ordination Through Information Sharing
Command Centers have a common
operational picture & resource status from
the beginning of the incident
Mobile & Venue security forces are
dispatched using Voice & Data
RESULT:
THEATRE SITUATIONAL AWARENESS
Continuous Data Bases & Incident
Information flow to and from all Command
Centers
ALL Mobile & Venue security forces receive
updates using Voice & Data
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18. C4I - Integrated Security Solutions From Concept to Reality in three steps

C4I - Integrated Systems Projects Definition
Command & Control
Decicion Making
Joint Forces
Security Operations
Central Command
Situational
Awareness
Integrated ConOps
C4I Concept
Other
Agencies
Police
Liaisons
Fire
Brigade
Coast
Guard
(Ambulance,
Public etc.)
Requirement
ConOps
ConOps
ConOps
ConOps
Specificati
on
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Project
Definition
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19. C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Multi Agency Co-ordination Through Information Sharing

C4I - Integrated Security Solutions
Concept Overview
FLIR Video
Airborne Video Surveillance
Vehicle Tracking
Traffic CCTV
Security CCTV
Activity status
Surveillance
Vehicle Tracking
Port & Sea Surveillance
Surveillance Locations
LAN / WAN Networks
Command &
Decision Support
Planning and Analysis
Prioritization
Resource disposition
Review
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Communication
Resource disposition
Feedback coordination
Incident Management
Mobile Command Centers
TETRA Network
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20. C4I - Integrated Systems Projects Definition

C4I - Integrated Security Solutions
Technology Integration in Security Communication Systems
Base stations
Command
Centre
Command
Centre
VHF
Network
Electronic
Incident Logging
& Resource
Management
Police
Force
Fire
Brigade
VHF
Interface
TETRA
Integrated
Communications
Control
PSTN
Recording
System
Coast
Guard
Geographical
Information
Ambulance
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AVL
System
PABX
GSM
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21. C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Concept Overview

C4I - Integrated Security Solutions
Mobile Security Command Centers
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22. C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Technology Integration in Security Communication Systems

C4I - Integrated Security Solutions
Physical Security Lay-Out in Venues
Pre-Per ™.
Modular
Perimeter
Barrier System
Excellent
legacy value
Re-deployable
Lighting
CCTV
Perimeter
Intrusion
Detection
Upgradeable
Cabling
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23. C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Mobile Security Command Centers

C4I - Integrated Security Solutions
Physical Security Lay-Out in Venues
Pre-Per ™.
Modular
Perimeter
Barrier System
Excellent
legacy value
(re-deployable)
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24. C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Physical Security Lay-Out in Venues

C4I - Integrated Security Solutions
Airborne Video Surveillance Systems
Encrypted
Downlink to
Ground Receiver
Station
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25. C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Physical Security Lay-Out in Venues

C4I - Integrated Security Solutions
Customer Reference
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26. C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Airborne Video Surveillance Systems

C4I - Integrated Security Solutions
Athens 2004 Success Story
The whole world was watching.
“With these [C4I] world class systems citizens and visitors to Greece will
see new levels of Security cooperation, coordination and operations and
ultimately a safe and friendly Athens 2004 Olympic Games.“
Ioannis Spanudakis,
Managing Director Athens 2004 Olympic Organizing Committee
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27. C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Customer Reference

C4I - Integrated Security Solutions
Athens 2004 Facts and Figures
Siemens developed a cohesive architecture to implement
a thorough security system for the Olympic Games
The timeframe for this entire project was only 12 months
Tens of thousands of kilometers of cables were laid out
1,600 surveillance cameras were installed
A TETRA network of 30,000 subscribers was implemented
An AVL system of 6,000 vehicles was designed and installed
9 integrated license plate recognition systems were implemented
120 Olympic venues and 9 cities and ports throughout
Greece had to be controlled around the clock
24/7 technical support, training and transfer knowledge
Upgradeable cohesive system architecture
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28. C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Athens 2004 Success Story

Command, Control, Communication Computers and
Information Systems (C4I Systems)
DAGOC AWARDED SIEMENS THE CONTRACT FOR THE DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT,
SUPPLY AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE C4I and PS SYSTEMS FOR THE NATIONAL
COMMAND CENTRE AND THE 15th ASIAN GAMES
TOTAL VALUE: 105 mio €.
VENUES
COMMAND CENTRES
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29. C4I - Integrated Security Solutions Athens 2004 Facts and Figures

C4I Systems Operation and Design Overview

30.

Siemens C4I Principle of Operation
SYSTEMS
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION
INCIDENT MANAGEMENT &
Command Center
SOFTWARE
APPLICATIONS
C4I Users
Security Management
Consequence Assessment
Intelligence Analysis
Decision Support
Common Desktop
Incident Info Management
Asset Management
Command
&
Control
Decision
Making
Surveillance
Systems
Tracking
Systems
Physical
Security
Networks
LAN / WAN & TETRA Networks
Communications
&
Information System
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Situational
Awareness
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Wide Area Network (WAN) / Local Area Network (LAN)
Design

32. Siemens C4I Principle of Operation

ELS/GEOFIS
The dispatcher console (example)
Secondary Screen Area for
Primary Screen Area for
- Geographical Situation Presentation
Operations Control
- Call Establishment
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Auxiliary Screen Area for e.g.
- Manual switching operations
- Queries in Search list DB
- Queries in dangerous goods DB
- Queries in other DBs
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Real Time Monitoring of Location and Operational Status of
Security Agencies, Vehicles and Vessels on Digital Maps
Automatic Vehicle Location System
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34. ELS/GEOFIS The dispatcher console (example)

System Integration
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35. Automatic Vehicle Location System

Program Management Organization

36. System Integration

Program Schedule

37.

Key Lessons Learned
Define and adhere to the event’s concept of operations
Create situational awareness - fully integrate
Event specific systems
Transportation systems
Accommodations – hotels and Olympic Village
Communication
Processes
First responders & volunteers
Establish a security program management office
Start early
Construction
Routine operations – 4 months before opening ceremony
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38.

Thank you for your attention!
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