Train . Equip . Perfect
As a part of our CCTV training trainees will learn basics of IP Networks required to work with IP Cameras and NVRs: Ethernet connections, IP addresses, routers and switches.
LET’S BE SERIOUS, IP CAMERAS NEED MORE SKILLS IN INSTALLATION & TROUBLESHOOTING… ANY SERIOUS CLIENT WILL GO FOR IT..
In our today’s world, the go-to choice for a CCTV system is what is called an IP video surveillance solution. In comparison to an outdated analog system, this IP solution will offer such features as higher-definition cameras, remote monitoring, and integration with access control.
A CLOSER LOOK AT SECURITY ARCHITECTURE
When an IP video surveillance solution is implemented, it will usually come with two distinctive surveillance architectures known as centralized and distributed.
A CENTRALIZED ARCHITECTURE is so-called as it is built around a central server and typically allows for centralized recording, too. Any processing of activities – like logging in or viewing life or recorded footage – undertaken at an external site must be relayed back to this central server.
A CCTV Control Room Operator needs some unique skills and ability to operate the most sophisticated system in the modern security industries and should have the practical knowledge about the site.
Skills required for such a professional include mainly the following THREE areas:
1. Site layout knowledge
2. Visual detection techniques
3. Behavioral analysis
Our training covers the above areas and in addition gives the trainees a practical understanding in CCTV CAMERA ARCHITECTURE
Once upon a time, CCTV cameras came in one shape: big and boxy. In recent years technology has given us so many more CCTV camera types to choose from. We’ve gone from simple to bewildering as CCTV cameras continue to dominate modern cities, and a CCTV system becomes an ever-more integral part of an organization’s security and business operation. A good understanding of this confusing terrain comes in handy not only for those join the industry but those already having their feet in it but get frequent confusing situations especially when handling network (IP) cameras or when carrying out huge installation projects.
Ever wanted how to know how to create a simple working network of devices?
What about mobile network configurations?
Still not clear about basic cabling techniques, various types cables, their data carrying capacities (bandwidth), their terminations, associated devices, etc
What about IP Addressing (NAT)?
Do you consider knowledge of how switches, routers, bridges, servers, etc work to be of great value to the kind of technician you want to be?
Skill based knowledge is superior to any other form of knowledge when it comes to surviving hard times. Once again, since back in the 90’s, our situation calls for searching and embracing such form of knowledge.
Although every CCTV system exists as a self-contained technique and can be managed and controlled in its own right, it can always play an enhanced role by integrating it with other management systems and networks. From this, it follows that CCTV can play a principal role in many wider networks even though it retains its own individual identity. This course is designed to give participants practical knowledge of the Operation and Installation of CCTV Systems
How you will benefit:
At the end of this course, the trainee shall be able to: Understand the fundamental elements that make up a CCTV system – Set up a Camera. – Set up Switches.
1. You will learn the critical concepts used in CCTV and digital video like lighting, picture formation, bandwidth calculation, camera synchronization, etc. 2. You learn the latest technologies used in CCTV like video analytics, understanding HD, the latest video compression techniques, and products like megapixel cameras.
3. You will understand the principle, types, features, and how to choose, install and troubleshoot each CCTV component like cameras, lenses, switchers, transmission systems, monitors, CCTV accessories, and recording systems.
4. You will get a step-by-step understanding of the CCTV installation process including mounting of equipment, cabling, testing & commissioning, and maintenance.
5. You will understand the CCTV system design process including CCTV surveys and various CCTV applications.
6. Set up recording devices.
7. Connect up and test system elements.
8. Be aware of the issues associated with lighting and
9. Be mindful of the significance of the “Operational Requirement”
10. Be aware of the relevant standards and issues.
11. Use a lens calculator to choose the correct lens for a particular application.
12. Have an awareness of the changing technology and its impact on the industry
Although every CCTV system exists as a self contained technique and can be managed and controlled in its own right, it can always play an enhanced role by integrating it with other management systems and networks. From this it follows that CCTV can play a principal role in many wider networks even though it continues to retain its own individual identity.