Design of Integrated Information Systems for the Security of People and Objects
The article presents a number of issues concerning the integration of many information systems and automation equipment in order to ensure full control and improve the user experience. Particular attention is paid to the safety systems installed in public utility facilities, including fire protection systems used in urban subways objects (with Warsaw metro as an example). Structure of the integrating system is described and an overview is made of the specialised components used in its design and implementation. Requirements are also presented for obtaining technical approval. Experience gained during the design, implementation and testing of the integrated security system is also summarized.
Keywordssafety system IT system detection object integration
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