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Petrochemical industry emergency command system

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System Overview

The petrochemical industry is a multi-disciplinary, multi-professional, technology-intensive industry. Its production includes a series of processes such as geological exploration, drilling, mining, transportation, and refining. It has the characteristics of wide area, long cycle and high danger. The dispatch center of the group company needs to conduct real-time monitoring of the exploration site, mining site, and refining site. Command emergencies such as equipment failures need to be scheduled. Each department regularly holds remote meetings with superiors. Therefore, the petrochemical industry exchanges remote meetings with remote real-time There is a lot of demand for monitoring and emergency command dispatch.

The traditional command and dispatch mode of the petrochemical industry is the voice command and dispatch system. Through the IP network and VOIP voice communication technology, the voice interaction between the dispatch center and the sub-control center and the command site is achieved. Its function is relatively simple and does not have video transmission functions. If you need to hold a remote conference, you need to set up a special video conference system; on-site monitoring needs to be completed by a special monitoring system. The above three systems are logically independent of each other, resulting in cross-information transmission not timely enough to effectively share resources. From the early days of enterprise informatization construction, the Sinopec industry has begun construction of digital audio command and dispatch systems and analog video surveillance systems, independent command and dispatch of each link in exploration, underground operations, and refining, and regional video monitoring of oil production sites. The characteristics are from decentralized to centralized, from single to integrated. It can be said that unified planning and unified deployment of the group-level integrated video command and dispatch platform will be the ultimate goal to be achieved.

The petrochemical industry emergency command system is a "three-in-one" comprehensive video communication platform that integrates video surveillance, video command dispatching, and video conferencing. This platform is compatible with the access of multi-vendor video encoders and is convenient for built-in video. The monitoring system is integrated and integrated to realize unified management, unified control, and unified command and dispatch of the platform. In petrochemical enterprises, through the emergency command system, companies can quickly find hidden dangers, implement collaborative emergency response and conduct two-way interactive video communication, breaking the original separation of monitoring and conferences, different sharing of video resources, and its major shortcomings of inefficient emergency handling. Promote the development of petrochemical applications.

System functions

Ø Command and dispatch function

The front-end equipment transmits live images to the command center in real time; the command center can conduct field command and dispatch to the subordinate units of the petrochemical industry through cluster intercom.

Ø Video conference function

The TVCM system can convene video conferences between various command centers and between two-way visual dispatching points. Convenient point-to-point conferences, multipoint conferences or network-wide broadcast conferences are supported. Multi-level cascading conferences are supported. Can integrate existing video conference systems.

Ø trunk intercom function

Users can invite one or more online users to establish dynamic groups for calling. Can integrate existing traditional intercom system.

Ø Voice dispatch

The system can be integrated with the existing voice dispatching system, allowing fixed-line and mobile phones to access the emergency command platform

Ø Video surveillance function

Local real-time monitoring of video surveillance images; real-time video surveillance images can be rebroadcasted into existing video conference systems; real-time surveillance images and video conference systems are integrated into the command and dispatch platform. Can integrate existing video surveillance systems.

Ø Mobile command function

The hand-held soldier can realize visual command, and can upload the captured images to the real-time upload. It can rely on the network of the command vehicle or its own 3G communication technology, and audio and video communication with the headquarters, hierarchical command, and command vehicle.

Ø Vehicle command function

The communication coverage capability in emergency situations is strengthened, and on-site command can be effectively performed at any location. Through the on-board camera and on-board command terminal, the real-time information such as voice and images at the event site are collected and transmitted back to the command center and related departments in real time through the 3GAPN network. Communication, the individual soldier system can also rely on the car wireless device WIFI for communication.

Ø Video recording application

The work and accident scene video is transmitted to the command system video controller via 3G / 4G wireless network, and the entire process of key places is stored and played.

Ø GIS positioning function

The geographic information system can be used to locate the real-time positions of individual soldiers and command vehicles at the command center in real time.

system structure

According to the entire petrochemical industry hierarchy, the emergency command system is divided into three levels, a first-level command platform, a second-level command platform, and front-end equipment nodes (monitoring cameras, command communication vehicles, individual soldier systems, cluster intercom, etc.).

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