Back by popular demand, ISC East brings you exhibitor product training sessions that are designed to train you on cutting-edge products through live in-depth demonstrations by exhibitors.
*These sessions are FREE to all ISC badge holders and will take place in Hall 1A, Room 1A26 in the Javits.
Wednesday, November 19th
Eliminate Coax Component Failures/Optimize System Performance and Transition to CCTV over UTP
10:00am - 12:00pm
Presented by: Gem Electronics
This is a comprehensive course that covers all aspects of CCTV systems infrastructure from BNC Twist-On Connectors to HDcctv, 1080p over coax cable.
The first half is a PPT/ hands-on presentation that answers your cable assembly procedure questions. This course details the actual design criteria of coax connectors and how that design affects the electrical, mechanical parameters and cost improvements associated with selecting the proper connectors for specific applications. Attendees will be provided with professional assembly tools and connectors to actually terminate various types of BNC connectors thus learning how to solve the problem of poor connections and guarantee high system performance. Become an expert in assembling various cable connection types to always guarantee a perfect termination to the coax cable.
The second half will also detail "balun technology" and how a CCTV system over UTP is far for versatile and cost effective than a coax system. The material cost of a UTP system can save you as much as 60% over a Coax system. This information will allow the contractor the opportunity to win more contracts while increasing profits significantly. All while pulling UTP cable a preparing for a future IP upgrade at a later date.
Finally, a review of Wireless CCTV and HDcctv will be provided to the contractor as alternate products when cabling options are limited.
* This course is applicable for those individuals in NY who are maintaining their ESA NTS Certifications and will receive 2 CEU credits for attending.
ESA/NTS Course # 13-3781
New Jersey Course # FBLSP 063
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Surveillance At Scale with EMC Isilon
Hall 1A, Room 1A26
Surveillance systems and physical security systems as a whole were built many years ago to accommodate 100s of video cameras, but the trending towards larger 1000s of cameras changes the needs. Most systems have used block based protocols for supporting their overall storage elements. These block protocols are substantially limited for large video repositories necessary in scaling to 1000s, where Scale-Out NAS approaches can simplify all aspects of the design, deployment, and operation of these large city wide, academia, utility, casino, transportation, and government systems.
- Storage is a vital element of the surveillance systems at approximately 30% of component expenditures (cameras, network, servers, software, and storage)
- Many different options for storage in a surveillance system, but for larger systems, one extremely simple and flexible approach is using Scale-Out NAS.
- Surveillance systems are adopting IT centric mechanisms to reduce costs for initial procurements as well as longer term maintenance.
- Virtualization and segregation of data plane and control plane are elements that are occurring real time, especially for video surveillance.
- The wasted storage that is present when utilizing traditional storage mechanisms results in inefficiency in capex and opex as time goes on.
Speaker: Bryan Berezdivin,
Chief Solutions Architect
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