The Integrated Security System of the Senate of the Italian Republic

The Integrated Security System of the Senate of the Italian Republic

G. Contardi F. Garzia R. Cusani 

Senate of the Italian Republic, Rome, Italy

Department of Information, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, SAPIENZA - University of Rome, Italy

30 September 2011
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The security of a complex site is strongly dependent on the use of integrated technological systems. Any weakness of the integrated system involves a weakness of the security of the site itself. For this reason it is necessary to design and realize highly integrated, effi cient and reliable security systems. The authors illustrate the work made to design and realize the integrated security system of the Senate of the Italian Republic.


 communication system, control system, integrated security system


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