The ISTC engineers participated in the efforts to expand the IP Cameras and Surveillance System to cover building H, building M, building G, and the bank building in the main campus. The project also covered the consultation and vision rehabilitation centers in Jubaiha, as well as the SABE buildings in Jabal Amman. This system is used for university security as it allows: monitoring the campus, tracking unacceptable visitors/students/staff behavior, reducing thefts, and eliminating crime.
Our engineers specified and participated in the installation and setup of a state of the art IP cameras and surveillance system. The system expansion is comprised of 180+ IP cameras that are distributed in sensitive locations (e.g., main entrances, hallways, cafeterias, squares, parking lots) in the additional locations. The captured footage from each camera is transmitted over the Intranet to storage servers for archiving and to a control room to monitor all the covered areas. The settings and configurations of the cameras and the storage servers are all controlled by a video management software (VMS) that is running on a central server in the data center.
Special thanks to engineers Ahmad Arabyat, Tamer Hyasat, and Ali Sareira for their great contributions to successfully complete this important project.