How to transmit the alarms and fire alarms of 2,700 offices to a central monitoring system?
The Hungarian Post is one of the the most well-known state-owned companies in Hungary, Their request was that alarms and fire alarms from all 2,700 post offices be transmitted to a central monitoring system, with special attention being paid to data security.
The Hungarian Post is one of the the most well-known state-owned companies in Hungary, whose services affect the entire population, as it handles the postal traffic of the whole country. The history of the Hungarian Post began with the founding of a news transmission system during the Hungarian Conquest, and since then, as a result of their constant efforts, they have succeeded in creating a continuously developing, modern chain. Today, in addition to the collection and delivery of letters and parcels, they also offer various financial, logistics and credit services to individuals and business partners alike. The size of the network is shown by the more than 2,700 post offices located throughout the country.
To acknowledge the modernization of the Hungarian Post, it won international recognition. There was no doubt that they required state-of-the-art solutions solutions. Their request was that alarms and fire alarms from all 2,700 post offices be transmitted to a central monitoring system. They wanted a high-availability, reliable system in which data security is a top priority.
Signals from the alarm and fire alarm systems are transmitted by Adapter2 and IP Bridge communicators to remote monitoring servers via an encrypted and dedicated connection. These signals are received by the cluster of 4 MVP central servers. Instead of the built-in wired connection, we used TELL's closed APN, which is identical to and sometimes even better than wired technology in terms of speed and data security. The 12 dispatchers connected to the servers continuously monitor the signals and display the events. In accordance with the partner's request, we built a redundant system with 99.9% availability, which guarantees outstanding data security.