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  • Practical experience
    Practical “Hands-On” experience: - 50% approx.
  • Academic Title
    Hi-Tech Training Certificate
  • Course description

    Aim: - This course is designed to give participants a practical knowledge of integrating Analogue and Digital technologies in addition to access and control from remote locations.

    Learning Objectives: -
    • Understand the fundamental elements that make up a Digital CCTV System.
    • Understand how to integrate Analogue with Digital technologies.
    • Set up IP, wireless and Covert cameras.
    • Configure an IP controlled telemetry systems.
    • Access and control CCTV from remote locations.
    • Set-up an IP/Network solution for CCTV.
    • Set-up and programme digital recording devices.
    • Keep updated with latest standards and changing technology.

    Course Content: -
    • Digital CCTV Systems: – Introduction and uses. Core elements of a system.
    • Integrating Analogue with Digital technology.
    • Cameras: - IP Cameras, Covert cameras, wireless systems.
    • Telemetry systems: - IP Controlled Pan, Tilt and Zoom controls, setting up presets.
    • Accessing images from remote locations: - CCTV monitoring and control over LAN/ WAN/ Internet.
    • Transmission of video signals: - Cable, Fibre-Optic and IP.
    • IP Technology, LAN, WAN and network principles.
    • Personal Computer principles.
    • Integrating CCTV with existing Computer network.
    • Setting up IP/Network solutions.
    • IP Video Encoders, Video Compression techniques.
    • Recording technology: - DVR’s, Network Video Recorders (NVR), Setting up and Programming recording devices.
    • CCTV Standards, legislative and ethical issues.
    • Keeping up with latest industry developments.

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