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  • MetzLyov
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    May be a mute point, but we have very specific training courses for the following products:

    Sensormatic Intellex training courses: https://www.cctvhelp.com/showthread.php?t=212

    Sensormatic Network Client training courses: https://www.cctvhelp.com/showthread.php?t=213

    There are few other training courses, but require login in this other forum. It covers Intelleview software and few other proprietary products from various manufacturers...

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  • sec-guy
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    Thanks very much.

    We are getting a series of cameras at my site. This information
    will get me some very valuable info. to give me a "jump start".

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  • eric_burcham
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    Some More Video Tutorials

    Howdy from Texas! We have some video tutorials on our site that you may find helpful as well. You can find them here:

    http://www.apexcctv.com/t-cctv_video_tutorials.aspx

    We also have a blog with some useful information as well:
    http://www.thecctvblog.com/

    If anybody has requests for Video Tutorials, I can get them done pretty quickly. Let me know!

    Thanks,

    Eric

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  • Vegas Tech
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    Added to my favorites thanks....

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  • therepguy
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    Just a through...

    Have given any through to allow them to be used as web site content for better exposure?

    Rick aka therepguy
    Houston

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  • SIW Editor
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    When you say "smart cameras", what exactly do you mean? Are you talking about a full-fledge video analytics system? Are you talking about simple motion detection in a camera? Be realistic if you're looking at analytics. Evaluate and cross-evaluate claims that any camera system reseller makes about cameras stopping thieves.

    My next instinct for saying anything here is that no camera is going to reach out and grab your perps. What you can hope for is that you get very good evidence of the perp driving away in a car and that you get high quality imaging of perp in vehicle and the license plate.

    As you noted, signage and security patrols can definitely cut down the number of would-be thieves you will have roaming your parking lots. Cameras can be set up to get you the evidence when signage and security officers aren't effective or aren't around.

    One tip, constrict/choke the exit down to one (or maybe two) point(s); that makes it cheaper for cameras because you are limiting the numbers of locations where you would need surveillance.

    John H (one of our members) wrote a nice quick article that covers the basics of video surveillance. Take about 2 minutes and read through it here: http://www.securityinfowatch.com/onl...on/18453SIW306

    As you get more specific, I'm sure our technical and end-user base will weigh in on this issue. Good luck solving your security problem.

    /Geoff/SIW

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  • burley
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    Parking Lot surveillance

    I am looking for anyone who can tell me about their experience using Smart cameras in commuter parking lots to reduce thefts of and from vehicles. I also intend on posting crime prevention signage, random contract security patrols and handing out crime prevention flyers to commuters as they enter the lot. Any advice would be appreciated.

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  • integrator97
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    Thanks jhonovich. Just downloaded and skimmed it looks good. I'll definitely read it and pass it on to my guys.

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  • jhonovich
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    Hi Everyone,

    I just released the second edition of my video surveillance book. It's open-source and you can download it.

    Please let me know if you have any questions or feedback.

    Thanks,

    John

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  • cctv
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    I found useful home surveillance software reviews here

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  • yanieh
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    Hi John,

    I'm glad to meet you here. Thank you so much for sharing very good articles about CCTV. You are being very helpful and informative.

    Hi guys,

    I hope you can also take a glimpse at my own site. I'm not an expert but I have some good articles that you might find interesting as well. Allow me to share the newest technologies in the field of security and video surveillance that I get to discover.

    http://security-made-easy.blogspot.com/
    Last edited by yanieh; 07-25-2008, 07:15 AM.

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  • MetzLyov
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    Excellent set of sourceful urls.. good job man

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  • SIW Editor
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    John,
    Welcome to the forums. Glad to have you.
    Everyone should definitely check out John's site; he's amassing very good info.

    Geoff
    SecurityInfoWatch.com

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  • integrator97
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    Excellent! Thanks. I'm always looking for new resources, both for myself and to pass on to my tech's.

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  • jhonovich
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    Thanks CameraMan.

    I recently added a book on video surveillance.

    It is free and consists of a collection of tutorials and technology analysis.

    The book can be downloaded at: http://ipvideomarket.info/book

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