Network CCTV Solutions is one of the courses scheduled at the 2007 ADI Expo series of one-day seminars. This course provides a comprehensive explanation of network cameras, encoders and transmission equipment as it relates to CCTV.
Other courses, which vary by location, include Digital Video Recorder Introduction & Installation and Access Control & Video Integration.
Remaining 2007 dates and locations are: Sept. 18, Atlanta ; Sept. 27, Jacksonville , FL; Oct. 9, Norfolk , VA; Oct. 23, Dallas ; Oct. 30, Washington, DC; Nov. 1, Santa Clara , CA; Nov. 6, Boston ; Nov. 8, Louisville , KY ; and Dec. 11, Melville , NY . For information, visit www.adilink.com.
The ASIS educational class, CCTV-Analog to Digital: Applications and Advances in Surveillance, is scheduled Oct. 22-25 in Annapolis , MD.
According to ASIS: Video systems, among the fastest growing technologies, are essential for the physical security and surveillance professional. Explore what's on the horizon at this advanced-level program - an exciting, intense combination of technology seminars combined with testimonials from industry practitioners. A corporate security director as well as a casino professional will share project successes and challenges.
The sessions on network video fundamentals and network security include a special section designed to help you survive in the fast-changing world of IP video as well as give you a toolkit for commissioning. Noted visionaries, Charlie Pierce and Severin Sorenson, will give you an invaluable look into this industry's future.
For registration and cost information, visit www.asisonline.com.
Panasonic Security Products training lineup includes classroom training, webcasts and free self-paced interactive product training. Upcoming webcasts are Emerging Trends in Security and Video Technology on Sept. 18 and Best Practices in Selecting Cameras, Lenses and Video Compression on Oct. 18.
For more information, visit www.panasonic.com/business/security/home.asp.
CCTV manufacturer Pelco (recently acquired by Schneider Electric of Rueil-Malmaison, France), offers both online and classroom training. Courses include: Coaxial Cable - An Overview; Selecting Video Cable; Cable Termination; Vertical Interval Switching; Splitting/Amplifying the Video Signal and Solving Ground Loop Problems.
Pelco's Video Security Institute offers courses in Clovis , Calif. , and Orangeburg , NY . For information, visit www.pelco.com.
Speco Technologies offers the Digital Video Recorder Introduction and Installation training seminar. This course introduces students to the highly profitable world of digital video recording. Learn the components, key features and benefits of using a DVR vs. analog video. Discussions will also include connecting to a network/Internet, integrating a DVR into an existing CCTV system, customer expectations and key markets.
Call 1-800-645-5516 for schedule information.
October's monthly training focus is CCTV, and classes at Tri-Ed branches nationwide will give an in-depth exploration of CCTV applications. Two classes will be held at the branches from 8:30-10:30 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. and will cover the same topic. For locations and details, visit www.tri-ed.com.
The three-day ViconNet Training Course covers a combination of Digital Video Recording (DVR) and IP video solutions through a series of hands-on exercises. Courses are offered at Vicon headquarters in New York and Las Vegas . Register online at www.vicon-cctv.com or -call 800-645-9116 .
Videolarm offers an extensive webinar series on Video Network Surveillance (VNS), the next-generation of CCTV video security. Each 60-minute presentation is hosted by industry spokesperson and Videolarm technical engineer Marc Faubert.
For information, visit www.videoalarm.com.