Risk analysis of security systems control rooms in smart buildings

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Категория: ИКТМ 2015 Просмотров: 478
 UDC 621.396
RISK ANALYSIS OF SECURITY SYSTEMS CONTROL ROOMS ISMART BUILDINGS
AhmedAl-khafaji, Ph.D. student
National Aerospace University named after N.E. Zhukovsky "KhAI"


The security in smart building is the most important feature which has to be taken into account when building or designing a new building, usually a new one that is equipped with special structured wiring to enable occupants to remotely control or program an array of automated electronic devices by entering a single command. In this paper, smart building and physical security were defined, discussed, and researched. The tools and methods of analysis are related to smart building physical security so the problems were analyzed physically by taking into account former performance and expected performance after solving these problems.

Smart buildings connect all the devices and appliances in the building so they can communicate with each other and with you. Anything in the Building that uses electricity can be put on the building network. Whether command by voice, remote control or computer, the building reacts. Conventional security systems keep owners, and their property, safe from intruders. A smart Building security system, however, offers many more benefits. On the following research, we discuss smart building, smart building security and related tools in smart building physical security. A smart building is a building, usually a new one that is equipped with special structured wiring to enable occupants to remotely control or program an array of automated electronic devices by entering a single command. For example, an owner on vacation can use a Touchtone phone to arm a building security system, control temperature gauges, switch appliances on or off, control lighting, program a home theater or entertainment system, and perform many other tasks.
The task of this research is to analyze the functions of control rooms inside smart-building by using combined (HAZOP-FME(C)A) methodology of risk analysis to find the gaps of current security systems that can be avoided with future work recommendations and to compare our with future control rooms suggestions.
Testing the vulnerability of security systems control rooms in smart buildings to identify gaps in the security of these systems and to give solutions to these problems.