CISCO Training

CCTVIP

  CCTV for the IP Professional (CCTVIP)
 

Who Should Attend 

  • Networking professionals moving into the CCTV/IP Market
  • Channel Partners
  • Resellers
  • Employees


Prerequisites 

Fundamental knowledge of networking concepts including IP addressing & multicasting 


Course Objectives 

This class is recommended prerequisite training for any network professional wishing to attend the Cisco Video Surveillance class. By the end of the class you will be able to understand the following: 

  • CCTV Terminology
  • The supply process
  • Systems Components
  • Scene lighting
  • Cameras & their technologies
  • Compression technologies


Course Content 

Setting the scene - what use is CCTV? 

Terminology

  • The meaning behind the acronyms

Influencers & their roles in the industry

  • Home Office Scientific Development Branch
  • Association of Chief Police Officers
  • Data protection legislation and the Information Commissioner
  • The Security Industry Authority
  • The British Security Industry Association
  • The CCTV User Group

The supply process

  • From concept to test
  • Specifying the Operational Requirement
  • Rotakin

Systems Components

  • Typical components of an analogue system
  • Typical components of a hybrid system
  • Typical components of an all-digital system - open platform / proprietary

Scene lighting

  • Daylight
  • Artificial light - effective use of - do's & don'ts
  • Low and High Pressure sodium - colour rendition
  • Infrared

Cameras & their technologies

  • Analogue cameras - CCD sensors - PAL - output waveform
  • Shoeboxes and domes - mono, colour & changeover
  • Migration from analogue to digital - analogue cameras with IP codecs
  • IP / network cameras - CMOS sensors - progressive scan
  • Megapixel cameras
  • "Intelligent" cameras
  • Thermal imagers

Compression technologies

  • Image formats based on CIF, SIF
  • Image resolution
  • JPEG
  • MPEG 2
  • MPEG 4
  • Wavelet