Advanced Electronic Security Engineering Technology: CCTV Design and Installation, CCTV Surveillance, Enhanced Safety and Electronic Access Control Systems Intensive(London)

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
En Central London (Inglaterra)

£ 38.000 - ($ 144.191.067)
+ IVA

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  • Seminario intensivo
  • Intermediate
  • Central london (Inglaterra)
  • 360 horas lectivas
  • Duración:
    3 Months
  • Cuándo:
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Descripción

This Course is Designed For:
Security Managers and Consultants
Directors of Security
CCTV Operators
Risk Management Personnel
System Integrators and Installers
System Engineers and Designers
Government Regulatory Personnel
Architects
Engineers
Business Owners
Professionals responsible for security infrastructure systems, site surveys, security strategy presentations, facility security design, or purchasing of security equipment

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Requisitos: Degree or Work Experience

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Central London
Carburton Street, W1W 5EE, London, Inglaterra
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Surveillance
Access Control
Management
Risk
Access
Personnel
Security
Risk Management
IT
Installation
Design
Camera
systems
Technology
Engineering
CCTV
IT risk
IT Security
IT Development
IT Management
Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV)
SI Units of Measurement
Light and Television
Video Processing Equipment
Transmission Media
Video Testing
Video Motion Detectors
Video Security Systems Integration
Security and Access Control
Biometric Readers
Life Safety and Exit Devices
Door Types and Door Frames
Specialised Portal Control Devices
Access Control Panels and Networks
Integrating Security Systems
Integrated Alarm System Devices
Cabling
Access Control Design
Video Recorders
Quads and Multiplexers

Programa académico

Limited Contents, Concepts and Issues:

Module 1: Advanced Electronic Security Engineering Technology: CCTV System Design, Camera, Television, Video Processing, Transmission Media, and Networking

The Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) Industry
  • Role of CCTV
  • The CCTV Industry
  • SI Units of Measurement
  • The Basic Units
  • Derived Units
  • Metric Prefixes
Light and Television
  • Development
  • Light and the Human Eye
  • Light Units
  • Object Illumination in CCTV
  • Light onto an Imaging Device
  • Colors in Television
  • Color Temperatures and Light Sources
  • Eye Persistence
Optics in CCTV
  • Refraction
  • Lenses as Optical Elements
  • Geometrical Construction of Images
  • Aspherical Lenses
  • CTF and MTF
  • F and T Numbers
  • Depth of Field
  • Neutral Density (ND) Filters
  • Manual, Auto, and Motorized Iris Lenses
  • Video- And DC-Driven Auto Iris Lenses
  • Auto Iris Lens Electronics
  • Image and Lens Formats in CCTV
  • Angles of View and How to Determine Them
  • Fixed Focal Length Lenses
  • Zoom Lenses
  • C- And CS-Mount and Back-Focus
  • Back-Focus Adjustment
  • Optical Accessories in CCTV
Television Systems
  • Development of Television Systems
  • Basics of Television
  • Video Signal and Its Spectrum
  • Color Video Signal
  • Resolution
  • Instruments Commonly Used in TV
  • Oscilloscope
  • Spectrum Analyzer
  • Vectorscope
  • International Television Systems
  • HDTV
CCTV Camera
  • General Information about Camera
  • Tube Camera
  • CCD Camera
  • Sensitivity and Resolution of the CCD Chips
  • Types of Charge Transfer in CCDs
  • Pulses Used In CCD for Transferring Charges
  • CCD Chip as a Sampler
  • Correlated Double Sampling (CDS)
  • Camera Specifications and Their Meanings
  • Sensitivity
  • Minimum Illumination
  • Camera Resolution
  • Signal/Noise Ratio (S/N)
  • Dynamic Range of a CCD Chip
  • Color CCD Cameras
  • White Balance
  • CMOS Technology
  • Special Low-Light Intensified Camera
  • Camera Power Supplies and Copper Conductors
  • V-Phase Adjustment
  • Camera Checklist
Video Processing Equipment
  • Analog Switching Equipment
  • Video Sequential Switchers
  • Synchronization
  • Video Matrix Switchers (VMSs)
  • Switching and Processing Equipment
  • Quad Compressors
  • Multiplexers (MUX)
  • Recording Time Delays
  • Simplex and Duplex Multiplexers
  • Video Motion Detectors (VMDs)
  • Framestores
  • Video Printers
CCTV System Design
  • The Customer’s Requirements
  • Site Inspections
  • Designing and Quoting a CCTV System
  • Installation Considerations
  • Drawings
  • Commissioning
  • Training and Manuals
  • Handing Over
  • Preventative Maintenance
Module 2: Advanced Electronic Security Engineering Technology: CCTV Surveillance, Risk Management, Security System Integration, and Electronic Circuitry Sensitivities

Video and the Security Plan
  • Principles of Video Technology
  • Lightning: Natural and Artificial
  • Lenses and Optics
  • Analog, Digital and Internet Cameras
  • Analog Video, Voice and Control Signal Transmission
  • Analog Monitors and Digital Displays
  • Analog, Digital Video Recorders
  • Hard Copy Video Printers
  • Video Switchers
  • Quads and Multiplexers
  • Video Motion Detectors
  • Dome Cameras
  • Integrated Cameras, Camera Housings and Accessories
  • Electronic Video Image Splitting, Reversal and Annotation
  • Camera Plan/Tilt Mechanics
  • Covert Video Surveillance
  • Low-Light-Level Cameras, Thermal Infrared Imagers
  • Control Room/Console Design
  • Rapid Deployment Video System
  • Applications and Solutions
  • System Power Sources
  • Video Security Systems Integration
  • Video System Test Equipment
  • Video Check List
  • Education, Standards, Certification
  • New Video Technology
Module 3: Advanced Electronic Security Engineering Technology: Enhanced Electronic Access Control System Design, Installation, Commi

Conceptualising Security and Access Control
  • Risk
  • Risk Management
  • Countermeasures
  • Access Control System Principles
How Electronic Access Control Systems Work
  • Development of Access Control Systems
  • Concepts
  • Authorized Users, User Groups, Access Zones, Schedules and Access Groups
  • Portals
  • Credentials and Credential Readers
  • Credential Authorisation
  • Locks, Alarms, and Exit Devices
  • Data, Data Retention, and Reports
Access Control Credentials and Credential Readers
  • Access Credentialing Concepts
  • Keypads
  • Access Cards, Key Fobs, and Card Readers
  • Biometric Readers
Access Controlled Portals
  • Portal Passage Concepts
  • Pedestrian Portal Types
  • Vehicle Portals
Life Safety and Exit Devices
  • Life Safety
  • Security vs. Life Safety
  • National and Local Access Control Codes and Standards
  • Life Safety and Locks
  • Life Safety and Exit Devices
  • Life Safety and Fire Alarm System Interfaces
Door Types and Door Frames
  • Doors and Security Concepts
  • Standard Single-Leaf and Double-Leaf Swinging Doors
  • Door Frames and Mountings
  • Overhead Doors
  • Revolving Doors
  • Sliding Panel Doors
  • Bi-Fold and 4-Fold Doors
Electrified Locks
  • Importance of Electric Locks
  • Types of Electrified Locks
  • How Electrified Locks Functions
  • Lock Power Supplies
  • Electrified Lock Wiring Considerations
  • Electrified Lock Controls
  • Unrecommended Types of Locks
Specialised Portal Control Devices and Applications
  • Specialized Portals for Pedestrians
  • Specialized Portals for Vehicles
Access Control Panels and Networks
  • Access Control Panel Attributes and Components
  • Communications Board
  • Access Control Panel Form Factors
  • Access Control Panel Functions
  • Access Control Panel Locations
  • Local and Network Cabling
  • Redundancy and Reliability Factors
Security System Integration
  • Importance of Integrating Security Systems
  • Integration Concepts
  • Benefits of System Integration
  • Types of Integration
  • Serial Data Integration
  • TCP/IP Integration
  • Database Integration
  • System Integration Examples
Related Building/Facility Systems and REAPS Systems
  • Building/Facility Systems
  • Controlling and Automating Building Functions
  • REAPS Systems
Cabling
  • Cable Types
  • Conduit or No Conduit
  • Cable Handling
  • Cable Dressing Practices
  • Cable Documentation

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HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute is registered with the UK Registry of Learning Providers (UKRLP) of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), formerly Department of Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS). Its registration number is 10019585 and can be verified at http://www.ukrlp.co.uk/