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ICT&S Basis of Design Report

Aldar Properties PJSC

January 2018

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WS ATKINS assumes no responsibility to any other party in respect of or arising out of or in connection with this
document and/or its contents.

Document history
Job number: 5145326 Document ref: YAS-IB-ATK-DT-REP-00067
Revision Purpose description Originated Reviewed Authorised Date
Rev.0 For Client review & ASC RLD 07/01/2018

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Client ALDAR Properties PJSC

Project Water's Edge

Document title ICT&S Basis of Design Report

Job no. 5145326

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Contents 4 Security Systems .................................................. 5 Tables

4.1 Security Control Rooms (SCR) ................ 6
1 Introduction ............................................................ 2 Table 1 Sub Plots Description ............................ 2
4.2 Video Intercom ........................................ 6
1.1 Objective of this document: ...................... 2 Table 2 Proposed Room Spaces…... …………..3
4.3 Video Surveillance System ...................... 6
The purpose of this document is: -...................... 2 Table 3 MTR locations for Plot 1 ........................ 4
4.4 CCTV Servers ......................................... 6
1.2 Asset Demarcation Philosophy: ............... 2 Table 4 Abbreviation Table................................. 7
4.5 CCTV Storage ......................................... 6
2 ICT&S System Architecture and Strategy ......... 2 Table 5 Codes and Standards ............................ 7
4.6 CCTV Cameras ....................................... 6
2.1 Sub Plot 1 ................................................ 2
4.7 Vehicle Barrier System ............................ 6
2.2 Sub Plot 3 ................................................ 2
4.8 Access Control System ............................ 6
2.3 Sub Plot 4 ................................................ 2
4.9 Alarm Reporting ....................................... 6 Figure 1 Asset Serving Philosophy Sub Plot 1 ....... 2
2.4 Proposed ICT&S System ......................... 3 Figure 2 Asset Serving Philosophy Sub Plot 3 ....... 2
4.10 Intruder Detection System ....................... 6
3 Design Criteria ....................................................... 3 Figure 3 Asset Serving Philosophy Sub Plot 4 –
5 Sound Reinforcement System............................ 7
3.1 Service Providers Network (GSM & Fixed Community Centre ................................................. 3
Line Services) .................................................... 3 5.1 Sound Reinforcement System ................. 7
Figure 4 Asset Serving Philosophy Sub Plot 4 –
3.2 Entrance Facilities for Service Providers .. 3 6 Abbreviation Table ............................................... 7 Mosque .................................................................. 3

3.3 Server Rooms .......................................... 4 7 ICT&S Codes and Standards ............................. 7

3.4 Raised floor ............................................. 4

3.5 IDF Rooms (IDF) ..................................... 4
3.6 Backbone Cabling System ....................... 4
3.7 Horizontal Cabling System ....................... 4
3.8 Cable Containment .................................. 4
3.9 Equipment Cabinets and Racks ............... 4
3.10 Power and Cooling .................................. 4
3.11 Grounding and Bonding System .............. 5
3.12 Fire Suppression System ......................... 5
3.13 Lighting .................................................... 5
3.14 Data Networking System ......................... 5
3.15 Distribution Switches................................ 5
3.16 Edge Switches ......................................... 5
3.17 Internet Access Gateway ......................... 5
3.18 Firewall .................................................... 5
3.19 DMZ Switches.......................................... 5
3.20 Intrusion Prevention System .................... 5
3.21 Wi-Fi ........................................................ 5

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1 Introduction • Service Provider Network. • ICT Network.

The distribution of ICT and Security services for Sub Plot • Security Network.
The YAS Zone IB Residential will be a new residential 1 will be as shown in Figure 1.
development which is located in YAS Island and is in close 2. Sub Plot 3: • Service Provider Network.
proximity with YAS mall, Ferrari World, YAS Marine Circuit
• Surface and basement car parking. The distribution of ICT and Security services for Sub Plot
and Abu Dhabi International Airport.
3 will be as shown in Figure 2.
• Residential Apartments.
The project is divided into 2 plots, each plot further divided
Master Plan Development
into 4 sub-plots, comprising a number of primary sub • Gym and recreational areas. Master Plan Development Scope
assets. Meet Me Room
• Retail. GSM Rooms
Main Telecom
Meet Me Room
Room (Du / Etisalat) Main Telecom
The design of ICT, AV & Security systems will be in line GSM Rooms
3. Sub Plot 4: (Du / Etisalat)
with the Client’s requirements and applicable local codes
and standards. • Surface Parking.
Server Room FTR
1.1 Objective of this document:
• Community Centre.
The purpose of this document is: - • Mosque.
IDF Room(s) Apartment (ONU)
Server Room FTR
• To communicate the schematic design for ICT, • Management Offices.
AV & Security systems to the design team, Client
and Client’s Representatives and obtain approval • Clinic.
Retail (ONU) IDF Room(s)
of the same. Security Control Apartment (ONU)
• To be a vehicle to record origin of and distribute Table 1 Sub Plots Description
technical information associated with the ICT, AV Gym (ONU)
& Security systems. Sub Plot Building Reference Gym (ONU)
Security Control
• To be the sole point of technical reference for the 7 buildings – WE 10, WE 9, WE 13,
conceptual design for Atkins, Client and / or their Sub Plot 1 Early Learning
WE 8, WE 12, WE 7, WE 14 Centre (ONU)
appointed representatives.
5 buildings –
Sub Plot 3 Figure 1 Asset Serving Philosophy Sub Plot 1 Figure 2 Asset Serving Philosophy Sub Plot 3
This report comprises of several discrete sections, such WE 6, WE 2, WE 5, WE 3, WE 4
that these can be read in isolation. However, the report The following sub systems will be provided under this
Community Centre (WE 15) & The following sub systems will be provided under this
should be read as a full document for the reader to Sub Plot 4 scope of work:
Mosque scope of work:
understand the inter-relationships and rationale behind
the number of differing platforms and networks required to • Structured Cabling System (SCS). • Structured Cabling System (SCS).
meet the Local Authority, the Client’s requirements and • Local Area Network (LAN). • Local Area Network (LAN).
Internal Standards. 2 ICT&S System Architecture and Strategy
• Closed Circuit Television (CCTV). • Closed Circuit Television (CCTV).
1.2 Asset Demarcation Philosophy:
The ICT, AV and Security systems will be designed to
• Access Control System (ACS). • Access Control System (ACS).
This report focuses on the schematic design of Plot 1 – provide up-to-date services on platforms, which can easily
Sub Plots 1, 3 and 4. be transitioned to emerging technologies without the need • Intruder Detection System (IDS). • Intruder Detection System (IDS).
to retrofit.
1. Sub Plot 1: • Security Gate Barrier Systems. • Security Gate Barrier Systems.
2.1 Sub Plot 1
• Surface and basement car parking. • Video Intercom. • Video Intercom.
The operational concept for Sub Plot 1 requires three
• Residential Apartments.
separate networks to be provisioned for the
• Retail. communication needs of the plot. 2.2 Sub Plot 3 2.3 Sub Plot 4
• Early Learning Centre. The sub plot will consist of the following networks:
The operational concept for Sub Plot 3 requires three Sub Plot 4 consists of Mosque and Community Centre. As
• Gym and recreational areas. • ICT Network. separate networks to be provisioned for the the Mosque is to be leased to a third party, the Mosque
communication needs of the plot. and Community Centre would each require three separate
• Security Network.
The sub plot will consist of the following networks:

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networks to be provisioned for the communication needs The distribution of ICT, AV and Security services for each sub plot. To support these services, high speed • Common DU & ETC – ISP and OSP Design
of the plot. Mosque will be as shown in Figure 4. converged Local Area Networks will be deployed for the Guidelines Version Control-Revision-0-25-10-
facility to support the landlord areas. 2016.
The sub plot will consist of the following networks: Master Plan
Development Scope A shared Distributed Antenna System (DAS) will be
For each sub plot, this will be in the form of a separate
• ICT Network.
Main Telecom Meet Me Room network for ICT and a separate network for the Security proposed for the development. This system is required to
GSM Rooms
• Security Network. Room (Du / Etisalat) systems, using dedicated active and passive reinforce the GSM signals provided from remote GSM
infrastructure. towers for both Du and Etisalat. A shared DAS will reduce
• Service Provider Network. backbone infrastructure, quantities of antennas and
Access network elements will be hosted within multiple
The distribution of ICT and Security services for associated cabling normally required for individual
IDF Rooms. It is proposed to locate the IDF Rooms on
Community Centre will be as shown in Figure 3. systems. This will have a significant impact on space
every third floor of the building. This will facilitate the
Server Room Mosque planning and on minimising the Clients capital expenditure
supporting floor and the floor immediately above and
Master Plan Development on cable containment, power provision etc. and will
Scope below it, to minimise the volume of IDF rooms required.
reduce the implementation time due to the reduced
Main Telecom Meet Me Room Proposed ICT&S room spaces are as mentioned in the number of antennas and access panels that would have
Room (Du / Etisalat) table below. to be coordinated by the Contractor.
CPU + Monitor
Each residential unit/retail/gym will be designed with its
Table 2 Proposed Room Spaces Sub Plots 1, 3 & 4 own Optical Network Unit (ONU) cabinet enclosure in
which the internal wiring for the apartment will be
Management terminated. The service provider services will be
Server Room Clinic (ONU)
Offices (ONU) ICT&S Room Approximate
Owner provisioned via a four (4) core Single Mode(SM) Fibre
Figure 4 Asset Serving Philosophy Sub Plot 4 – Spaces Dimensions
Optic Cable (FOC).
Security Control Server Room 5m X 4m X 3m Landlord
Room The following sub systems will be provided under this
scope of work: Main Telecom Service 3.2 Entrance Facilities for Service Providers
3m X 3m X 3m
Room Providers
• Structured Cabling System (SCS). This space is based on the Common DU & ETC-ISP and
IDF Rooms 3m X 3m X 3m Landlord OSP Design Guidelines Version Control-Revision-0-25-
• Local Area Network (LAN).
Service 10-2016 guidelines of having access to both current
• Closed Circuit Television (CCTV). FTR Rooms 2m X 2m X 3m service providers Etisalat & Du. The benefit being that the
Figure 3 Asset Serving Philosophy Sub Plot 4 – Provider
Community Centre Service tenants can take advantage of the commercially
• Access Control System (ACS). GSM Rooms 3m X 3m X 3m Provider competitive rates offered by both service providers.
The following sub systems will be provided under this • Intruder Detection System (IDS). Security The Entrance facilities which is the Main Telecom Room
scope of work: 5m X 5m X 3m Landlord
Control Room
• Security Gate Barrier Systems. (MTR), also acts as a demarcation point between Service
• Structured Cabling System (SCS). Provider services and the Landlord Network (Aldar)
• Sound Reinforcement System. services. The incoming services are reticulated from the
• Local Area Network (LAN). 3 Design Criteria
Main Telecom Room to the Landlord Network (Aldar)
• Closed Circuit Television (CCTV). ICT&S will be an integral part of the design and which will be the termination point for the building
2.4 Proposed ICT&S System development of YAS IB Corporate Accommodation. The backbone cables relevant to the areas being served from
• Access Control System (ACS). these spaces. The Main Telecom Room will be connected
design objectives will be based on the following.
• Intruder Detection System (IDS). The design of telecom network for YAS IB will be based to the Service Provider’s network via underground duct
on the Common DU & ETC – ISP and OSP Design banks from existing service provider manholes.
• Security Gate Barrier Systems. Guidelines, Version Control Revision 0-25-10-2016 3.1 Service Providers Network (GSM & Fixed Line Both Service Providers will use the dedicated spaces
known as the Tawuun guidelines. Based on these Services)
• Video Intercom. assigned for their equipment, and will not require access
guidelines, each Sub Plot will consist of one or more Main
to any other Landlord demise.
Telecom Room(s) which will serve as the landing room for Atkins proposes a design for the Telecommunications
the incoming fibre optic cables from the Meet Me Room Provider Network for Fixed Line Services which will be Table 3 states the location of Main Telecom Rooms.
located at Master Plan level. fully compliant to the latest Telecommunication Standards
Installation Design guides as follows:
The application servers, head end equipment and security
networks will be hosted separately in the Server Room of

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provide a secure environment for application servers and 7.2kPA, as a minimum, as per ANSI/TIA/EIA-942 data circuits will be terminated on RJ45 faceplates when
standards, will also be coordinated with the structural and installed on walls and provided with appropriate modules
architectural design teams. when installed in any proposed floor boxes. User areas
will be supported using a horizontal “Home Run Cabling
Approach” which dedicates a single cable to each data
3.5 IDF Rooms (IDF) outlet.

Table 3 MTR locations for Plot 1 Several IDF rooms are required throughout the buildings, Final outlet locations and finishes will be coordinated with
which will be dependent upon the quantity and locations the interior design consultant and MEP team.
of the data points. As a minimum, the IDFs will be situated
Sub Plot MTR Buildings in locations which restrict distribution cable and patch
storage devices. These devices will benefit from the 3.8 Cable Containment
cable lengths to less than 90m in accordance with
proposed integrated structured cabling system which will
ANSI/TIA/EIA-569D standards.
MTR WE 10 - Basement facilitate efficient connectivity between devices and Containment routing will be coordinated with architectural,
minimise patch cable lengths. The Server Rooms will structural and MEP design teams.
MTR WE 9 - Basement support direct switching and routing via primary and
Sub Plot 1 3.6 Backbone Cabling System Containment sizing will be calculated based on the outlet
redundant backbones.
coverage areas and quantity, size and routing will be
MTR WE 13 - Basement
The layout of all ICT, AV and Security rooms are The design intent is to utilise the structured cabling system indicated on the electrical drawings to aid coordination
coordinated with architectural, structural and MEP design to support all IP interfaces. and space planning.
MTR WE 8 - Basement
teams to ensure the space operates as a holistic entity. All structured cabling will be compliant with ratified All main ICT containment runs will be located at high level.
MTR WE 12 - Basement Note that all Server Rooms, MTR and IDFs will have no industry standards at the time of construction. The use of
suspended ceiling. draft-standard compliant, and or proprietary systems will
MTR WE 7 - Basement The Server Rooms floor space will be designed to be avoided to provide the maximum reliability and
accommodate the current and future requirements. Power flexibility to the project.
MTR WE 14 - Basement 3.9 Equipment Cabinets and Racks
and cooling infrastructure will be coordinated with the Each apartment / retail / gym unit will be served with a four
MEP team to ensure the optimum working environment for (4) core Single Mode Fibre Optic Cables from the FTR,
MTR WE 6 - Basement All active equipment in the Server Rooms will be mounted
the installed equipment. which is connected to the Main Telecom Room, providing within an enclosed, secure and ventilated cabinets at a
Sub Plot 3 with voice, data and television services via GPON nominal size of 1000mm wide and 1000mm deep The
MTR WE 2 - Basement technology.
3.4 Raised floor Entrance facility will be equipped with 42U post open
MTR WE 5 - Basement The landlord Local Area Network (LAN) building backbone racks (with integrated vertical and horizontal cable
A raised floor is used to distribute cooled air, manage the cabling systems will be proposed using laser optimised management) to house the passive and service provider
MTR WE 3 - Basement electrical cabling found within the Server Rooms and to multi-mode fibre (OM4) cables which will be originated active equipment. IDF Room racks will be of size 1000 X
enhance the aesthetical appearance of the room. The bulk from the Server Room and distribute in a “star” topology 800mm.
MTR WE 4 - Basement of secondary system components (containment and to each IDF in accordance with the industry standard All racks, independent of vendor, are to be of the same
cabling) will be deployed safely under the raised floor to TIA/EIA 568B, IS11801 and follow the recommended size, shape, colour, manufacturer and model.
MTR WE 15 – Community Centre maximise the available space above-floor for designs from the TIA/EIA 942 standard. All backbone
Sub Plot 4 telecommunications cabling and active equipment. All media will be sized to provide a minimum of 20% spare
MTR WE 16 - Mosque design disciplines with services in the Server Rooms will capacity for future needs. 3.10 Power and Cooling
work together to ensure that the under-floor infrastructure
The Server Rooms will be maintained in a formal and
components integrate smoothly along pre-designated It is understood that a medium density server and switch
highly organised manner. Atkins will design the structured
routes. Current trends and best practices indicate that for environment will exist within the Server Room and thus,
cabling system within this room in accordance with the
larger, more densely populated rooms, a raised floor provisions will be made for the maximum theoretical
3.3 Server Rooms ratified ANSI/TIA/EIA-942 standard to ensure optimal
height of 600mm enables adequate cooling capacity and number of power supplies. Server racks are anticipated to
cable routing and management is achieved.
delivers sufficient air volume and balanced airflow. consume a total of 20kW power. Racks containing
Each Sub plot has dedicated Server Rooms and will be
switches, gateways, storage and other equipment have
designed in compliance with the latest industry standards Coordination with structural and architectural design
3.7 Horizontal Cabling System been estimated to consume 4kW.
and industry best practices, providing the Client with a teams will be carried out to utilise a dropped floor slab or
central location for the application for high performance a ramp to ensure a smooth transition from normal floor The core switches and server equipment will require dual
cabling, data networking, data storage and secure level to the level of the Server Room finished floor. A CAT6A horizontal copper cabling solution is used and “Twist Lock” type outlets from primary and redundant 32
redundant business operations. The Server Rooms will Loading requirements of 12kPA, as a maximum, and will be concentrated within the serving IDFs. All voice and amp supplies.

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Uninterruptable Power Supplies (UPS) will be provisioned foot candles) in the vertical plane, measured 1 m (3 ft.) the provider does not supply such an equipment, an • Embedded web-based management solutions
for the Server Room. above the finished floor in the middle of all aisles between Internet Gateway with the following features will be packaged with the sensor.
cabinets. Server room lighting will be backed up by UPS. proposed: 3.21 Wi-Fi
IDFs will be provisioned with a Dual 16A outlet served
from dedicated circuits from the building UPS (if available) • Minimum 2 x 10/100/1000 Mbps LAN interfaces.
or rack mounted UPS devices (if a central UPS system is Wi-Fi has been considered for Sub Plot 4 community
3.14 Data Networking System • Minimum 2 x ADSL interfaces. centre.
It is the design intent to provide an intra-building • Advanced routing, security and QoS service. Each access point will be connected to the edge switch
All plug and socket fittings on equipment power strips will
be equipped with twist-lock type connectors (commando) infrastructure which will support high-speed standards • Integrated Firewall with NAT / PAT functionality. located in the nearest IDF room via CAT6A cable.
and IEC C13 and C14 sockets on the equipment side. based on 1 Gbps switched, multi-protocol, Ethernet
network, providing converged IP based services, • URL filtering capabilities.
Server Rooms will be cooled by Closed Control Units
designed to ANSI/TIA/EIA and ISO standards, and the
(CCU) placed in the MEP room, located besides the 4 Security Systems
Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI)
Server Room and will be maintained at a temperature of Telecommunications Design Methods Manual (TDMM). 3.18 Firewall
20-25°C and a relative humidity of 40-55% as per Atkins is aware of the Abu Dhabi Monitoring & Control
ANSI/TIA/EIA-942. Cooling loads will be coordinated with All data network end-points and outlets will support Security Firewall appliances will provide robust user and Centre (MCC) Security Monitoring Standards V4.0. Atkins
the MEP design team based on electrical loading 10/100/1000 Mbps operation for optimum performance of application policy enforcement, multi-vector attack will continuously review the afore-mentioned standards
information provided by the ICT design team. CCUs will all users and applications. protection, and secure connectivity services through with the Client to discuss whether the Client or the
be sized to cool the full load and there will be at least one security and networking services. These appliances will appointed representatives requires additional CCTV
The building cabling configuration will be a two-tier
standby CCU in each cooling corridor. The cooling be purpose-built appliance with the Firewall services coverage over and above what is being specified by
hierarchical star configuration, utilising centralised core
solution, as a minimum, will be an under-floor plenum running on security-hardened platforms. Atkins.
switches that star out to individual edge level devices
based system with cooling forced to specific areas in front located throughout the premises in designated areas. Atkins proposes a secure integrated CCTV, Access
of the equipment racks. OM4 multimode fibre optimised for laser applications will Control System (ACS), Audio Intercom & Intruder
provide the connectivity between all network infrastructure 3.19 DMZ Switches Detection Systems (IDS) that will comprise state of the art
IDF Rooms will be maintained at a temperature of 20-24°C
by individual Fan Coil Units (FCU) installed above the devices. Each edge level device located in the IDF technology to provide a versatile and powerful means of
24 port Layer 3 Ethernet Switches will be proposed for deterring and detecting criminal activity and anti-social
ceiling void in an adjacent corridor. Rooms will be connected to the respective Server Room
redundancy to the firewalls and DMZ servers with the behaviour and preserve the general wellbeing of guests,
via backbone optical fibre cables.
following features: residents and staff throughout the assets 24 hours per
3.11 Grounding and Bonding System • 24 port 10/100/1000 Mbps ports. day.
3.15 Distribution Switches
To ensure the reliable performance of the ICT systems, a • Redundant Power Supply support. Atkins assessment of typical areas to be monitored by
comprehensive Grounding and Bonding system will be Distribution switches will be designated for the Landlord • Full SNMP management. CCTV and associated ACS will include, but are not limited
designed. The system will be compliant with J-STD-607, networks. to:
applicable local codes and regulations as directed by the Distribution switches will have redundant load-sharing • Pick-up and drop-off points.
Authority Having Jurisdiction. Coordination with MEP power supplies and hot-swappable fan module and clock. 3.20 Intrusion Prevention System
design team will be undertaken to design a complete, • All entrances and exits.
reliable and compliant system which will support and The IPS system must accurately detect, classify, and stop
• Car parking areas and driveways.
protect all personnel and ICT&S systems. 3.16 Edge Switches malicious traffic. The following are required IPS system
features: • All points of egress for fire life safety evacuation
The edge switch networking equipment will be in the scenarios.
3.12 Fire Suppression System • Multiple 10/10/1000 Mbps monitoring interfaces
Landlord IDF Rooms. Each will be a fixed configuration to allow simultaneous protection of multiple • Reception lobby, main lobby, entrance hall.
enterprise class switch, with 24 or 48 10/100/1000 Mbps subnets with the ability to deliver both IDS and
The Server Room will be protected by a clean agent fire ports and 1 Gigabit Ethernet ports on OM4 Multi-Mode • Designated building perimeter areas.
IPS services within a single unit.
suppression system to prevent damage to ICT equipment fibre. For redundancy, single uplink with redundant fibre
in the event of fire. • Dual Operation in both promiscuous as well as • All elevators, elevator lobbies, inside elevators,
cores will be connected to the distribution switch.
inline modes simultaneously. access staircases.

• Accurately investigate and protect up to 600 Mbps • Apartment Corridors

3.13 Lighting 3.17 Internet Access Gateway of traffic.
• Entrance of utility rooms like communications
The Server Rooms lighting will be a minimum of 500 lux Broadband Internet Access Gateway is typically provided • IPS should have the capability to modify security room, IT rooms, HVAC, transformers room,
(50 foot candles) in the horizontal plane and 200 lux (20 by the Internet Service Provider (ISP). In the case where parameters on switches, routers and firewalls.

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electrical rooms, telecommunications room, The video surveillance system for each sub plots will be not require any additional local power supply for 4.9 Alarm Reporting
equipment rooms, etc. centrally monitored from the Security Control Room its operation.
located in the respective sub plot. When more than one alarm activation occurs, the graphic
• Security Rooms.
will display simultaneously, the location of all alarms. The
• Building perimeter. 4.7 Vehicle Barrier System individual alarm points will be indicated by a flashing
4.4 CCTV Servers symbol representing the specific detector type.
• Perimeter of the mosque A simple way of managing vehicle ingress and egress
All outstanding alarms will be held in a queue until the
Atkins will design the CCTV system in compliance with The CCTV Servers will be off-the-self products certified by from the demise is to install vehicle barriers with remote
system is reset. During the alarm handling procedure, the
the Abu Dhabi Monitoring Security Monitoring Standards the video surveillance software manufacture. Each control which will meet the Client requirements.
alarm zone text, the priority level and current event status
4.0/2015 guidelines and international standards as recording server will manage no more than 50 cameras.
To control access to car parking areas, drop arm barriers will be available on the screen. If alarms are not resolved
applicable The serves will be capable to support failsafe by providing
and remote control will be proposed at parking entrances. inside a determined timeframe, the alarms will be notified
redundant/fail over servers for recording and Guard Houses will be provided at the respective locations
The final locations and quantities will be determined to the supervisor automatically.
during the detailed design stage in accordance with the as shown on the architectural drawings.
In a multiple alarm situation, the operator will be able to
operational requirements. The entry lane to the car park will have a gate barrier select any alarm by either its alarm icon or from the alarm
4.5 CCTV Storage controlled by a remote control, HD camera, induction loop list.
and video intercom unit.
4.1 Security Control Rooms (SCR) The CCTV storage will be designed for surveillance All alarms should be able to be prioritised either
The exit lane from the car park will have gate barrier. It will individually or by operator selection. The selection of the
application and will be enterprise storage scalable to meet
Control and monitoring of the CCTV, ACS, IDS and ANPR be free to exit and the barrier will open once the vehicle is alarm acceptance method will/can be a password
the current and future needs. The storage should be
cameras will be provided at the respective Security detected by the induction loop. It will be fitted with an HD protected user option.
equipped with dual controllers, dual power supplies and
Control Rooms. The operators will monitor all cameras camera.
dual network uplinks to NAS/SAN switches without any
and alarms, and relay received alarm details to security single point of failure.
staff to aid a swift and proportionate response. 4.10 Intruder Detection System
The CCTV storage will provide storage capacity for 180 Entrance and exit lane will be covered by dedicated HD
All centralised security and network equipment including days and configured in RAID5 for loss of data due to HDD cameras to identify vehicle license plate number, type, An intruder detection system will be provided to monitor
core network, recording equipment, system management failure. The storage provided will record videos for 180 colour, driver and passenger. specific locations for asset protection. Typical areas of
servers etc. will be located in the respective Server days in native resolution/12 fps, H.264 codec @ 30% coverage will be communications equipment rooms, plant
Rooms. compression. rooms, back of house rooms / offices and other
4.2 Video Intercom 4.8 Access Control System designated areas yet to be agreed with the Client or their
4.6 CCTV Cameras
appointed representatives.
The purpose of the system is to provide a state of the art,
To enhance the security for the development, Atkins has The CCTV cameras will conform to the following: The control panel will incorporate a battery backup facility
comprehensive Access Control System with capacity and
considered Video Intercom which will be integrated with • Cameras will be of a rugged compact modular configuration that will allow flexibility to allow future and will provide an Ethernet output which will enable full
the Access Control system. design suitable for internal / external operation expansion if required. integration with the Security Management System (SMS),
where required. The cameras will be a mixture of CCTV system and Access Control System (ACS). A
4.3 Video Surveillance System The access control system will employ the latest
static and fully functional IP colour/monochrome remote keypad will be situated in the SCR to enable
switchable dome cameras. RFID/proximity technologies and be fully integrated with operation of the IDS in the unlikely event of an SMS,
The Video Surveillance System will be an enterprise
CCTV, intruder detection systems and will be managed by network or total mains power failure.
class, highly scalable IP based Video Management • Colour / monochrome switching will be achieved
an overall security management system situated in the
System (VMS) that allows for server hardware, storage by manual selection or automatically via Although the IDS control panel will be integrated with the
photocells depending on camera location and SCR.
and software to work seamlessly together forming the SMS, a remote keypad will be situated in the SCR to
complete video surveillance solution. use. Coordination with the Client and / or their appointed enable continued operation of the IDS in the unlikely event
• Internal/external fixed cameras will be situated at representatives are required to understand the key of an SMS or network failure.
The system comprises of management server, recording
specific locations throughout the development in management system for the development and which, if
servers, failover server, CCTV storage, vandal resistant Concealed magnetic door contacts, and break glass
order to provide verification of ACS and IDS any, type of doors are preferred to be managed with an
fixed type colour dome camera for internal and external detectors will be situated within designated rooms and
alarms, to allow active monitoring to be electronic card as opposed to the traditional mechanical
use and for recognition, identification and detection views performed. areas, where appropriate, to detect a person entering the
lock and key.
in accordance with the Monitoring & Control Centre (MCC) monitored area.
Security Monitoring Standards V4.0 requirements. • The cameras will be PoE based connected to the
edge switches located in various All cables will incorporate a 24 hour monitored tamper
telecommunication cabinets / enclosures and will circuit which will report any short or open circuit cables or
opened device/termination box covers.

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ICT&S Basis of Design Report

Unauthorised entry via the door contact will generate an GPON Gigabit Passive Optical Network Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council Alarm systems. Access control
alarm output which will initiate pre / post event alarm SSPM Safety and Security Planning EN 50133-2- systems for use in security
Global System for Mobile
recording for a pre-programmed duration. This will GSM Manual 1:2000 applications. General requirements
AES Audio Engineering Society for components
automatically switch the associated camera to the Information Communication
ICT Aldar Apartment Design Etisalat Design Guide for Fibre-To-
operator’s alarm monitor. Technology Aldar
Guidelines The-Home(FTTH) Requirements in
Panic alarm buttons will be situated at specific locations IDF Intermediate Distribution Frame New Buildings, January 2013
American National Standards
ANSI (Fixed Requirements)
and to be detailed during the next design submission. IP Internet Protocol Institute Etisalat
Commercial Building Standard for
IPS Intrusion Prevention System ANSI/TIA/EIA- FTTH Network Installation Guide
Telecommunications Pathways
569-D and Mobile Requirements, January
5 Sound Reinforcement System LAN Local Area Network and Spaces
Administration Standard for 2013 (GSM Requirements)
MEP Mechanical Electrical Plumbing ANSI/TIA/EIA- Etihad Cabin Crew
Commercial Telecommunications Etihad
Sound reinforcement system will be provided inside the 606-B Accommodation
MTR Main Telecom Room Infrastructure
mosque to allow the Imam to speak to a large group of Commercial Building IEE Institute of Electrical Engineers
worshippers. ONU Optical Network Unit ANSI/TIA/EIA- ISO/IEC Information Technology – Generic
Telecommunications Cabling
568-D 11801 Cabling for Customer Premises
PoE Power Over Ethernet Standard
ANSI/TIA/EIA- Infrastructure Standard for Data ISO/IEC Identification cards -- Contactless
5.1 Sound Reinforcement System QoS Quality of Service 942 Centers 14443-1:2008 integrated circuit cards – Proximity
RFP Request for Proposal Commercial Building Grounding (P1-4) cards
ANSI-J-STD- Monitoring & Control Centre,
The system will be designed to overcome difficult acoustic and Bonding Requirements for
SCR Security Control Room 607-B MCC Security Monitoring Standards
challenges with hard surfaces and high ceilings. The Telecommunications
system will consist of wired and wireless microphones, SM Single Mode American Society for Testing V4.0
ASTM National Council of Acoustical
loudspeakers, amplifiers and mixers. Materials NCAC
SMS Security Management System Building Industry Consulting Consultants
All the head-end equipment will be kept inside an AV UPS Uninterruptable Power Supply BICSI – Service International - NEC National Electrical Code
cabinet. A microphone inputs and stand will be located at TDMM Telecommunications Distribution NESC National Electric Safety Code
the Mehrab area to connect the microphones for three Methods Manual
National Fire Protection
different positions of the prayer. Installation and remote monitoring NFPA
BS 8418:2010 of detector activated CCTV
Physical Security Interoperability
The Minaret will have loudspeakers mounted for call to systems code of practice PSIA
prayer. The Minaret’s loudspeaker will produce high Code of practice for digital CCTV
Society of Motion Picture and
output sound pressure level. recording systems for the purpose SMPTE
BS 8495:2007 Television Engineers
of image export to be used as
6 Abbreviation Table Common DU & ETC – ISP and
evidence Taawun
OSP Design Guidelines Version
BS EN Cabling Installation Standards Guidelines
Alarm systems - CCTV Telecommunications Industries
Table 4 Abbreviation Table BS EN 50132- TIA
surveillance systems used in Association
7 ICT&S Codes and Standards security applications
Abbreviation Full Form BS EN 50174-
Cabling Standards
The design will be in accordance with all applicable 1
ANPR Automatic Number Plate Recognition international standards and codes with National, State BSI British Standards Institute
CCTV Closed Circuit Television and / or Local Authority legislation taking precedence in BSSC Building Seismic Safety Council
the event of conflict. Chartered Institution of Building
CCU Close Control Unit CIBSE Services Engineering codes and
The following codes and standards will be used technical memoranda
CPMS Car Park Management System
throughout the various design stages of the project: Du Design Guide Telecom
DAS Distributed Antenna System Infrastructure Standards for
DPS Department of Protective Systems Table 5 Codes and Standards Buildings Version 5, 2014 (Fixed &
GSM Requirements)
DMZ De-Militarised Zone EIA Electronics Industries Association
FOC Fibre Optic Cable Organisation / Publication Title EN 50132-5- Video Transmission – IP Video
2:2001 Transmission Protocols
FTR Floor Telecom Room

04 January 2018
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