Public Service Monitoring ​​​​​​​

(WorldData PSM V9a​​​​​​​)

Introduction

Public Service Monitoring is not only built to handle the surveillance but also integrates with specialized features that help units easily manage their operations and serve a variety of uses. Public administration supervision with camera systems for administrative agencies is a typical example. It helps managers in mastering the working by officials and in handling violations in public service areas.

WorldData PSM V9a (Public Service Monitoring) will use people counting to warn of locations without officials or with very few officials working. VMS camera system has the function of collecting images and sending them to the server for processing. The system has a public administration site so that administrators can manage the system, monitor the working of public administration officials, receive alert of violations at public administration areas. WorldData PSM V9a (Public Service Monitoring) has a big database, storing a large number of surveillance cameras that serve the monitoring of public administration. Its running services ensure that the cameras are monitored automatically and continuously. When there is any unusual behavior or violation, the system will alert the administrators or related parties. The system supports later investigation, video analysis to be simpler and easier through video summary tool.

The system is designed to use resources optimally, integrated with advanced functions depending on the requirements of users, has friendly interface and is easy to expand. The system supports authorization at different levels for different users. Authorization is performed in groups and is carried out by the system administrators through an intuitive software interface.

Features

1. Public service

- Public administration screen, real-time display

- Allow statistics on public administration schedules

- Allow video-powered confirmation at locations of public service

- Allow gathering news, warnings

2. Event management

- Allow monitoring public service events in certain time periods, by certain cameras, status

- Allow marking event to be followed

- Allow adding new events, searching for events

3. Map

- Allow visual viewing of public service cameras on maps

- Allow selecting cameras to view the working of public service officers, allow playing videos recorded by the selected cameras

- Allow signaling when there are violations at public service locations

4. Category management

- Allow creating public service areas

- Allow selecting cameras corresponding to each public service area

5. Reports

- Allow statistical charts of performance by public service officers (rate of late arrivals, rate of absence) by each location

- Allow filtering public service information by date, time (time of arrival, time of leave)

- Allow exporting reports to excel files

6. System settings and other management functions

- Allow managing information of users, user groups

- Allow setting languages, system time zone

- Allow managing cameras, configuring cameras

- Allow managing VMS

- Allow managing holidays

System architecture

 

Technical solutions used

- Programming language: C/C++, Python, swift, HTML5, CSS3, Javascript.

- Database: MySQL, SQL Server, PostgreSQL

- Operating system: Ubuntu 18.04

Hardware requirements

Individual < 50 Cameras

- Memory: 64 GB

- Storage: 256GB SSD 8 TB HDD

- CPU: 1 x Intel Xeon Gold 6140 2.3G

- GPU: 1 x Intel Xeon Gold 6140 2.3G, 18C/36T

Organization < 300 Cameras

- Memory: 128 GB

- Storage: 256GB SSD 16 TB HDD

- CPU: 1 x Intel Xeon Gold 6140 2.3G, 18C/36T

- GPU: 2x Nvidia Tesla P100 PCIe

Government > 300 Cameras

- Memory: > 256 GB

- Storage: > 256GB SSD > 32 TB HDD

- CPU: > 2 x Intel Xeon Gold 6140 2.3G, 18C/36T

- GPU: > 4x Nvidia Tesla P100 PCIe

Price

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