WinGal Automation Software

The WinGal Windows-based Automation Software is comprehensive full-features solution for Central Monitoring Stations. Easily expandable - from 2 to 25 Network Stations, up to 1,000,000 Clients Accounts. Unique Distributed Data-Base arrangement with real-time back-up of all data on all Stations. A built-in Video module allows for automatic access for Video recording and display of remote sites equipped with IP cameras or Video Servers. Multi-language support. Operation features were developed in cooperation with our clients in Control Room operation business for 20 years and more.

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Features:

  • Multi-User (up-to 25 Stations). Each Station can be switched in seconds between Control and Management modes.
  • Reliable TCP/IP communication between Stations.
  • Server Hardware/Software NOT required. All Events and Operator Activities are automatically distributed to ALL Stations, creating in effect an on-line (real-time) backup of all data in all the PCs in the network!
  • A new Station connecting to the network will be automatically updated with all existing up-to-date database.
  • Option: Internet Network Server Software module - allowing access to relevant system data/history (access level restricted by password/user-name) from any PC on the Network (e.g. Internet, Intranet, VPN, etc.) equipped with standard Internet Browser.
  • Direct and immediate access to Remote Video data (e.g. DVR, IP-camera) from within any Control Station.
  • Virtually unlimited number of Receivers from all Communication Channels (e.g. Telephone, Radio, Cellular, etc.) can be connected to the system.
  • Option: Automatic SMS transmission of Events to defined Cellular phones.
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WinGal DeskVision Module

DeskVision is an optional software module, part of the Wingal Automation software. It enables viewing and recording of video data from IP Cameras and DVR/NVRs at the Alarm Center, and link these to specific alerts.
Supported brands include the likes of Hikvision, Dahua, Geovision, Vivotek, etc.. Additional types can be added, provided that the relevant SDK is supplied to D.E.S.K. Electronic Systems.
Access to the IP, DVR/NVR cameras is via any IP channel, wether land line ( Copper/Fiber), or wireless ( cellular or microwave), etc.
The philosophy behind DeskVision is to move away from video images popping-up automatically at the operator station at the Alarm Center for each received alert - to a managed environment where the operator is in charge of the events, and is focused on one event at a time.
When an Alarm is received from a Client with a Video system, WinGal will automatically access the specific IP/DVR/NVR and start recording the video stream (into a local Disk).
Once the operator is free to deal with a specific event, he/she can then look at the alerts log, to check that a video connection is available for that alert, and bring the video to a special second monitor next to the main WinGal control screen.
The video screen is divided into two areas: the video recorded from the time of the received alert and the video in real time now. In the Disk, the real-time video is added to the previous history video to provide continuity.
History of alerts:
The operator is also able to view videos from alerts at previous dates, by accessing the Events History available at the WinGal Control screen, and clicking on the “Video History View” Icon.
Advanced DVR features:
For some types of IP,DVR/NVRs, the integration can take advantage of advanced features built into the remote device, such as motion detection indicator, pre-alarm clip, control of PTZ cameras, Video-Loss Alert, etc..

Screenshots:

Events Log Screen Client's Details Screen
Events Log Screen Client's Details Screen
Client's History Screen Client's Map Screen
Client's History Screen Client's Map Screen
Client's Video Screen Client's Video History Screen
Client's Video Screen Open Events Screen
Open Events Screen Screen
Handling Event Screen Client's Video History Screen
DeskVision Module Screen DeskVision Module Screen
DeskVision Module Screen DeskVision Module Screen

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Database structure:

Each active Node holds a complete set off all database files. Any activity on a Node is immediately distributed to all active Nodes and updates in real-time their relevant data files. A new Node that wishes to connect to the system has to synchronize its local database with the active Nodes database by one of the two methods:
1. Normal Recovery: a streamline operation by which the new Node receives all the updates following the last one received just prior to the last disconnection and up-to the present.
2. Full Recovery: a complete download off the database from an active Node followed by a Normal Recovery of missed activity during the download period. The Full Recovery is performed for newly added Nodes with no database or for Nodes that were non-active for a long period.
SDDB benefits:
  • Full on-line backup of the entire Database (as many backups as the number of the active Network Nodes).
  • Full on-line hardware backup. No failure of a single component can interrupt the continuation of system operation.
  • LAN Server not required - saving both the cost and system dependability on a single component for operation.
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Topology:

Each Node on the active network is a Network Client. In addition, one of the Nodes (and only one) assumes the additional tasks of Network Master. The tasks of the Network Master are:
  • Organize and distribute packets from/to Network Nodes. Each activity at a Network Node results in a packet sent on the TCP/IP network, describing the exact activity and relevant data. The Network Master is constantly listening, intercepting the packets, assigning for each a unique key number and re-sending them to all active nodes.
  • Performs global system tasks such as: Scanning for "late to Open/Close" subscribers, Subscribers No-Activity/No-Test monitoring, real-time Guard Control etc.
If a Network Master fails or is disconnected, the remaining Network Nodes will immediately start scanning for a new Master and decide among themselves on the Node that will become the new Master (according to a predefined hierarchy).

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Interface:

Each Node on the Network can be connected to up to 32 different Alarm Receivers (Amit-2000R, Amit-2000T or Receivers from other manufacturers).

System requirements (for each Network Station):

  • Intel Core i3 or higher.
  • 2 GB RAM minimum; 4 GB RAM recomended.
  • Hard disk (capacity 500 GB or more 7200 RPM).
  • Video card NVIDIA GeForce 620 compatible and better.
  • One serial Com port per receiver.
  • Ethernet LAN card 100M/1G.
  • Windows 7 (32/64 bits) / Windows 8 (32/64 bits).
  • audio card (for incoming messages alert, sound verification of various operator tasks).
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Options:

  • Printer for hardcopy Events Log (if required) and Reports printing.

Limitations:

No. of Network Nodes: 25
No. of subscribers (Client ID’s): 1,000,000
No. of Communicators per Client ID: 2
No. of messages per Client: Unlimited
No. of messages in History Log: Unlimited
No. of Receivers per Network Node: 32
Total No. of Receivers: 32 x No. of Nodes
No. of Communicators per Receiver: 10,000