Beer Sheva High Court security system is controlled by CSI DRUs and P-CIM HMI as a full control application. The new building has 20 floors with 2000 I/O points.
The following systems are used:
- IR sensors, all rooms have infrared detectors that monitor movement.
- Distress buttons, in all judge chambers for alerting security staff.
- Entrance status, on all doors and windows.
The project combines CSI (Control System International) and P-CIM. All points are linked to a CSI DRU network connected to P-CIM stations located in the central control room.
P-CIM, the highest supervisory level in the structure, collects data from all points into the P-CIM database, and provides graphical operator interface, alarm functions and reports.