Sprint designs and installs security systems such as: video surveillance, public address, alarm, fire alarm, smoke ventilation, access control and other systems making use of various transmission carriers (fiber optic, wireless and conventional). We install structural cabling coupled with uninterrupted power supply systems. The company fulfils both orders for individual sub-systems and comprehensive networks making up a smart building system.
Our offering comprises:
• Safety management system (SMS)
• Fire alarm system
• Smoke ventilation system
• Fire suppression system
• Audible warning system
• Intruder alarm system
• Access control system
• Closed-circuit television (CCTV)
• Paging system
• Intercom system
• People counting system
• Parking management system
• Cable television system
• Audio and video system
• Structural cabling system
• Building management system (BMS)
Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) represents a new, however already thriving market segment in which Sprint successfully operates. The systems combine many elements aimed at improving broadly understood transport and making it more efficient with regard to safety, efficiency, communication, prevention, traffic control and management, event detection, supervision, elimination of traffic violations, etc.
The experience we already have and our cooperation with leading international product and system providers allow us to design and build comprehensive ITS Systems, including for instance:
- Traffic Management Centers,
- Integrated traffic management systems,
- Traffic control systems,,
- Public transport management systems,
- CCTV and ANPR video surveillance systems,
- Speed and red light monitoring systems,
- Variable Message Signs,
- Weigh in Motion systems,
- Vehicle height measuring systems,
- Parking information systems.
The diverse and open nature of the technologies offered by Sprint allow full integration with existing customers’ systems , making it possible to optimize comprehensive implementation costs.
All systems designed and delivered by Sprint are based on products from leading manufacturers of equipment and systems, such as for instance:
- Applied Traffic,
- Golden River,
and many others.
The diversity of devices and technologies allows us to offer our customers full integration and adaptation to specific individual needs.
We are proud that our commitment to the implementation of systems related to transport management contributes to improving effectiveness and safety in overland traffic.
Video surveillance is an indispensable element of supervision and security. It is extremely useful in businesses and other institutions, in industrial plants, hotels, sports facilities, shopping malls and in urban conditions, in places with intense vehicle and pedestrian traffic.
Video surveillance system functions:
- prevention: the presence of video cameras scares off criminals;
- direct supervision: the facility is monitored in real time, making it possible to react immediately when a hazard occurs;
- evidence: an event recorded by video cameras can be used as evidence.
We design and implement video surveillance for the following:
- industrial plants,
- commercial and office facilities;
- manufacturing processes;
- distributed objects security management.
Video surveillance is treated mainly as a part of the Integrated Security System, including for instance an information exchange system, surveillance networks and locating threats to public and environmental safety. This makes it possible to significantly improve performance by directing forces and means to the place where they are required.
The video surveillance system is used increasingly more often in industrial plants. It makes it possible to supervise and control manufacturing processes, especially in places not accessible for staff as well as loading and unloading areas in ports and transshipment stations. It makes it easier to assess the situation and take the right decision in the case of equipment breakdown, or to launch a rescue operation if human life is threatened.
Installation of a CCTV system contributed to quick and effective action on the part of repair or emergency services.
The video surveillance system makes it possible to watch several places simultaneously, regardless of the time of day or night and the weather. High sensitivity of the devices makes it possible to record image even in low lighting conditions (e.g. street lighting).
The devices used by Sprint have already found successful application in systems in such places as for instance the White House in Washington, DC, Pentagon, FBI, United States Mint, U.S. Department of State, IBM, Compaq, General Motors, Honda, the biggest open-pit mine in the world (Diamond), Gold and Iron Ore Mines, Jagiellonian Library and National Museum in Krakow, Poland, at Heathrow Airport in London and at the airport in Sydney.
Sprint renders turnkey services related to surveillance system installation. We ensure the following:
- technical designs;
- technical and financial assumptions;
- professional technical consultancy;
- delivery of equipment from reputed international companies;
- complete systems;
- warranty and post-warranty service.
Access to public data, more effective collaboration between public administration offices, municipal services and residents, as well as openness to a swift exchange of information between the city and its residents are all key trends in modern social life. For several years, these processes have been actively supported by the Safe City Platform.
The Safe City Platform (Platforma Bezpieczne Miasto) provides residents with information from the city authorities and municipal services, while at the same time allowing them to report on any issues they find concerning. It includes a website and a linked mobile app, which operates as part of popular mobile operating systems. Both the website and the app present information uploaded by specific organizational units of city authorities, municipal services, emergency management services, the municipal guard and others. On a nearly real-time basis, residents can obtain information about current events in their city; they have access to information about traffic problems, municipal infrastructure failures, as well as ongoing cultural and sports events. The information channel also offers access to updates from many municipal agencies and services. In addition, residents can conveniently check important emergency phone numbers, not only the key ones, but also the contact details of many organizations, services and public benefit institutions. Precious information can also be found in guides focusing e.g. on identifying and coping with emergency situations. This solution also plays an educational role – it provides interactive instruction manuals which may help to save lives. It also includes a list of locations of the nearest available AEDs and a resuscitation assistant.
Current event notifications and threat alerts are another valuable feature of the mobile application. City residents can themselves decide what information they want to receive directly to their phones. On the other hand, the website and application also enable residents to communicate with public authorities and services. It can be used to report a worrying situation or a different event, which may help emergency response services and quickly inform other residents of the situation. Each report is marked with a number and the app user may track its status. Residents can view current information on a one-stop-shop basis and easily communicate with the city and its institutions, which increases the safety and comfort of their functioning in the society.
VIZAN is a set of modules which enables system application building. Its task is to exchange dispatch information and to visualize obtained information and events on the map. VIZAN organizes and manages exchange of the information essential for the decision process being made via tele-network. User defines types of events and describes procedures for each one (event support). Every new event can be initiated by an operator (‘manually’) or automatically as a result of receiving data from other systems, databases or readings registered by specified devices. When a new event occurs, it is being processed by the system in accordance with defined procedure, e.g. system notifies specified receivers or waits for making and registering applicable decisions, etc. If events managed by VIZAN are physical (i.e. of spatial character) or are related to objects on the map (static or dynamic), they can be presented as graphic symbols, layers or some additional information on the proper map. Thanks to that feature VIZAN users can not only read detailed descriptions of the events but also observe their behaviour. Map functions enable thorough observation of selected fragments, they can also indicate objects’ movement, their precise location or other attributes.
In VIZAN system ‘the map’ is only conventional term, it can signify a scheme or another graphic presentation as well. All resources related to VIZAN functioning can be kept on one server, based on Open Source software. System structure enables central management of user rights and proper protection from unauthorized access. System requires only a PC compatible computer with a network connection, equipped with a browser and a lightweight application for map viewing, provided as the system component.
DART System is an on-line tool for registering and monitoring various public events and coordinating city services (City Guards, Police, Fire Brigades and others). The System also uses GPS technology for vehicle positioning on a digital map of a city.
The underlying idea behind creating the System was to help municipal and emergency response services in their daily work. Specific problems which they face required unique technological solutions. The main innovative aspect of the System is its on-line multi-access character and the features which provide huge amounts of necessary information for the employees working outside. Advanced software solutions enable the System to work also on mobile devices.
Module structure makes it flexible and easy to adjust to the constantly changing needs of local users.
The System has been created with the use of cutting edge technologies.
Its functioning is supported by VoIP and video conferencing, which contributes to cutting the costs of municipal and emergency response services functioning. DART System has been in use since 2004. In the course of these years the services have switched from traditional paper diaries and documentation to a modern, fast, efficient on-line IT system. Communication between the services is now much faster and so is the access to archive information. Huge amounts of statistics provided by the System enable to manage the resources, equipment and employees in a much better way. The car positioning feature allows to react to incidents faster by immediate dispatching the nearest patrol to the right place.
A special feature of the System - Wish List - enables the users to enter their particular needs and facilitates reacting to them.
DART System could be implemented in any city or town of any size.
Currently, it operates in Olsztyn, Ostróda, Biskupiec, Lublin and Gdańsk.
The System has impact not only on the employees of municipal and emergency response services but also on the quality of life of citizens of Olsztyn and other cities where it is in use. Thanks to it the citizens may feel safer and can count on fast reacting emergency services.
Anyone interested in the System is warmly invited to Olsztyn, where one can get to know all its functions, observe its "live" functioning and obtain any technical information.
The VIZAN SOFIT (Fleet Management System) system provides complex monitoring, visualisation and organisation services for fleet management, including the management of vehicles, drivers and tasks’ database. Sprint uses dedicates tracking devices in its products concerning safety on land and water. The devices are available both in personal and vehicle versions. There are two vehicle tracking devices, which differ in technical characteristics.
Tracking devices’ capabilities:
-real time GPS tracking and positioning,
-GPRS location data transfer to the server,
-internal memory for location data storing in case of GSM signal loss,
-smart algorithm of data aquisition (time, distance and angle based),
-wire button for driver identification,
-digital and analogue inputs and outputs (fuel level, door status etc.),
-accurate distance counter (independent from track points settings),
-acceleration detection (e.g. in case of sudden braking),
-multiple geofence zones,
SOFIT combines state-of-the-art technologies which provide the user with flexibility and wide spectrum of possibilities.
Information and location data is presented in separate windows as graphs, charts and tables. The digital map in the background shows current positions of the fleet vehicles. The digital map is updated automatically, offers dynamic scale change and works in different modes (topographic, satellite, hybrid and terrain).
The system enables the user to restore the route of each vehicle from a chosen time period and print out a detailed route report. The system is able to suggest the shortest route to reach the destination. The destination is automatically located on the map. The operator is able to define the geofence zones to limit the number of tracked vehicles and drivers.
The database allows to find the vehicle, driver, route and task archive information immediately. The system monitors the data transfer limit and forecasts the monthly usage which allows to manage the costs effectively. The system generates various PDF reports and charts ready to print and email.
Other system capabilities:
-over-the-limit alerts concerning vehicle speed, zones, and working hours,
-summary reports on vehicles, drivers and tasks,
-location search engine,
-uses Google Maps or the map provided by the user,
-internal messages between operators,
-built-in sms gateway to communicate with the service staff,
-context help and user manual.
Sprint has extensive knowledge and experience with regard to the design, implementation, maintenance and optimization of all kinds of Call/Contact Center systems. This concept includes extensive multimedia solutions as well as self-service voice communication portals or traditional telecommunications systems.
Call/Contact Center systems are an essential tool in remote customer service. The task of such systems is to support the company’s employees in communication with the outside world and thus to improve competitiveness and profitability of the business. The systems also enable efficient cost management and improve the employees’ satisfaction.
Experienced engineers define and provide the Call/Contact Center solutions in order to satisfy to the best possible extent the customers’ needs and requirements, by applying state-of-the-art technologies offered by global suppliers. We use the best methods of providing consultancy, design, implementation and maintenance services for systems.
We also specialize in the integration of the Call/Contact Center systems with business applications, leading to more effective use of the information acquired, optimum business management as well as the creation of various kinds of analyses and reports based on information and data. The said integration leads to the improvement of sales efficiency and makes it possible to modify business processes rapidly.
Contemporary communication networks are made using many different technologies. Sprint’s offering also includes solutions from well-known manufacturers (Alcatel-Lucent, Juniper, Motorola, Aviat and Microsense), making it possible to build any kind of wired and wireless networks. Our customers have the possibility of using all technologies to implement any type of wireless network, such as for instance WiFi, WiMax and fiber optical networks with MPLS or DWDM.
Sprint’s offering includes comprehensive wireless access systems making it possible to build networks providing broadband services, such as Internet access, VoIP or video surveillance. We design, build and maintain systems based on point-to-point topologies (radio links), point-to-multipoint topologies (LMDS, WiMAX, BWA, WiFi) and mesh topologies in licensed (open) and non-licensed bandwidth. The solutions we offer make it possible to build stable, efficient backbone connections links and a “last mile” for customers such as operators, self-government bodies, governmental organizations and enterprises.
The Sprint Data Center is one the most advanced centers in Poland for data storage and processing, created in response to the growing demands of the market related to information availability and security.
Today’s business world is based on access to information. Quality, certainty and speed of data exchange and processing have become some of the key elements allowing businesses to develop and compete. The security of data storage and exchange systems has become one of the priorities in management. Loss of data or unauthorized access to data may lead to large financial losses and to the business losing customers’ trust and market position.
The key to ensure secure, quick and continual system operation is to select suitable technical infrastructure (apart from computers this also includes accessories, power supply systems, air-conditioning systems and firefighting systems). Ensuring professional care and protection requires significant financial expenses and actions which for many companies appear too extensive or too distant from their business profile.
This problem can be solved by using the comprehensive offering provided by a professional Data Center, such as the Sprint Data Center.
Free information flow in ICT networks of businesses and high availability of multiple resources contribute to the occurrence of all sorts of hazards. The absence of an appropriate security policy and of suitable security measures often leads to serious consequences, including loss of data and resources, decrease in performance and large financial losses.
The effectiveness of security measures is determined by the weakest link in the solution chain, therefore efficient security rules need to be applied in the entire system.
In order to ensure confidentiality and integrity of your data and to provide security against unauthorized interferences with the system, we provide comprehensive solutions based on various technologies and tools:
Centralized security rule management
Enterasys (DSCC, NetSight ASM), CheckPoint (Smart Center), McAfee (ePO), Fortinet (FortiManager)
CheckPoint (Firewall-1), Fortinet (Fortigate)
Intrusion detection systems (IPS/IDS)
Enterasys (Dragon), McAfee(IntruShield)
Detecting gaps in the security system
IBM (Internet Scanner)
Content protection and anti-spam
McAfee (SIG), Fortinet (Fortimail)
McAfee (SafeBoot, eBusiness), Thales (nCipher)
Authorization, authentication and network access control (NAC)
ActivIdentity, Enterasys (NAC), McAfee (NAC, Secure Computing)
Entersys (NetSight, DCSS), Fortinet (FortiAnalyzer)
SIEM, compliance control
Enterasys (DCSS), Fortinet (FortiAnalyzer)
Integrated security measure system (UTM)
Fortinet (FortiGate), CheckPoint (UTM-1)
Mass memory and server systems
IBM, EMC (storage, VMware), Citrix (XenServer, XenDesktop), Infortrend
Data backup and archiving
EMC (NetWorker, Avamar), HP (DataProtector)
We provide an extensive range of services as part of our product:
- security policy creation,
- system audit – resource and process survey, vulnerability analysis, security rule analysis,
- security system design, installation and configuration,
- implementation of security policy based on installed solutions,
- training for security system administrators and users,
- comprehensive security system monitoring based on outsourcing,
- design, installation and configuration of data processing, storage and replication systems with regard to hardware (including backup locations),
- design, installation and configuration of desktop and server virtualization solutions,
- service & support.
Sprint has laid over 13 000 km of fibre optic lines, and designed most of them.
Due to advanced technologies used during technical works we can guarantee fully-satisfying execution of fibre optic and copper networks/buses, telephone and distributing networks/ building, cable sewage system building and maintenance, and existing network maintenance.
We are proud to have carried out such investments as telecommunications network modernization in the former Gdansk voivodship, made within the confines of the contract between TP Co. and Lucent Technologies and "turn key" realization of the whole length of fibre optic in covered in the first contract between TP Co. and the World Bank.
We have the complete equipment in place allowing us to perform construction of several fiber optic lines at the same time:
- cable burying plows;
- chain excavators;
- bucket excavators;
- complete sets for pneumatic cable pulling;
- full technological transport.
The design process is among the most important project execution stages. This is the stage at which ideas are created and converted into the best technical and technology solutions. Its quality determines the efficiency and effectiveness of subsequent investment project stages, i.e. implementation, operation and maintenance.
Our project teams specialise in designing all types of telecom infrastructure, mainly based on fiber optic as the best transmission carrier guaranteeing the highest throughput, unlimited functionality, negligible failure rates, moderate installation cost, long life and low maintenance cost. Currently, having completed the construction of regional broadband networks, we are focusing our activity on designing access network in the Fibre to the Home (FTTH) architecture. Such a network allows every subscriber to be connected via a dedicated optical fibre, and the P2MP topology (Point to Multipoint) uses passive optical couplers to optimise the cost of its construction.
In the design area, we derive our greatest advantage from competent, experienced designers with state-of-the-art, certificate-proven technical knowledge, the necessary construction licenses and – if designing in classified information areas – also the appropriate security clearances.
We offer a broad range of design deliverables and services, including:
• assumptions, conceptual designs, feasibility studies;
• building permit, detailed and as-built documentation;
• acquiring real estate for investment projects;
• approvals and permitting;
• specifications, cost estimates, expert opinions;
• site architect and owner's engineer services;
Examples of completed projects:
• trunk fiber optic lines: Płock – Toruń – Bydgoszcz – Grodzisk Wlkp. and Toruń – Gdynia (750 km in total);
• licensed public operator's fiber optic and copper networks in northern provinces (several thousand kilometres altogether)
• TASK telecom network connecting academic facilities in Tricity (approx. 50 km);
• ZSRN Gdańsk – Krynica Morska fiber optic trunk cable line (approx. 90 km);
• fiber optic network for the Warsaw video surveillance system (approx. 150 km);
• TRISTAR Integrated Traffic Management System (approx. 140 km);
• Podlaskie Province Regional Broadband Network (approx. 193 km);
• Warmińsko-Mazurskie Province Regional Broadband Network (approx. 266 km);
• Szczecin FTTH network (55,282 HH);
• Elbląg FTTH network (13,340 HH).
We design systems in many regions of the country, both for traditional telecom operators, and also other private or public sector entities. We work with all major technology vendors. In every project, we pay particular attention to the quality, the schedule and complying with the Client's requirements.
The primary task of Vizan SMS is to integrate the security systems of the building, the entire facility or even several facilities quite remote from one another. It thus makes it possible to monitor different security systems in buildings. The current version supports five main systems:
The solution developed by Sprint does not replace the systems supplied by their above manufacturers nor does it interfere with their operation. Its main purpose is to improve their use and ensure the immediate, correct response by the appropriate first responders in emergency situations.
Vizan SMS allows the operator to use a single workstation (sometimes even installed far away from the supervised buildings) to monitor all critical systems of the facility. The operator is provided with clear, unambiguous information about events at the facility on a current basis. Every change to the state of a sensor, reader, door, subsystem etc. is signalled on the operator's screen. In addition, the system supports recording scenarios, i.e. information for the operator about the action they should take in a specific situation. Depending on the system configuration, every event may require the operator's confirmation, and the failure to confirm it within the required time may cause the appropriate message to be sent to a higher level.
Apart from observing the situation in the facility, the operator is able to control some of the functions of all the connected systems (with the exception of the fire alarm system). If an alarm is sent by a fire or access control sensor, the operator can check the view from a camera located close to the event and assess the situation (by replaying the CCTV recording) or check what is happening at the alarm location at present without leaving their workstation. They are able to remotely unlock doors, arm the alarm system in the zone, confirm that all windows and doors have been closed.
Vizan SMS has been developed as a web application. This makes it accessible from practically any network-connected device anywhere on Earth. Access is granted after a successful authentication.
For small systems, Vizan SMS can be installed directly on the operator's PC and remain fully functional.
The modern, intuitive application interface has been developed with easy, user-friendly operation in mind. This allows even untrained individuals to operate the system.
To improve security, the system supports defining rights for different user groups. As a result, it can be made available to external services, who are granted access, for instance, to the fire alarm system.
Communication with dedicated systems is possible, e.g. using the OPC UA protocol.
The term “smart buildings” refers to office and commercial buildings, industrial facilities, schools, hospitals, residences or private houses with an integrated management system, regardless of their purpose or size.
A “smart” building should ensure comfortable conditions for its users to take advantage of all of its functions, high quality working environment for staff members and a top level of security, while at the same time guaranteeing economic and convenient operation. These requirements may only be met by applying top technical solutions and by equipping the building with ample advanced technical and software features to create extensive ICT infrastructure.
The Integrated Management System (BMS) plays an important role in the infrastructure.
Besides direct functions related to maintaining optimum climate conditions and supervising energy consumption, the system also fulfils monitoring tasks and integrates other building systems, such as energy, lighting, heating and security systems, as well as otherwise reduces operating costs.
The advantages of the implementation of the Integrated Management System include: