www.blazeautomation .com<br />CCTV<br />Sridhar Ponugupati<br />Girishmalhotra<br />BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV - BLAZE CAMERA S...
Origin of the CCTV Standards<br />Non Broadcast Television Committee – (EL-051):<br />CCTV sub committee.<br />Medical vid...
Background of Standards<br />The following three CCTV standards and one draft CCTV standard have come about as a result of...
Organisations involved in the development of the Standard<br />Organisations involved in the development of the CCTV Stand...
 Australian Communications and Media Authority.
 Engineers Australia.
 Australian Railway Association.
 Australian Federal Police.
 Australian Security Industry Association Limited.
 National Security Association of Australia.
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  1. 1. www.blazeautomation .com<br />CCTV<br />Sridhar Ponugupati<br />Girishmalhotra<br />BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV - BLAZE CAMERA STANDARDS IN AUSTRALIA<br />
  2. 2. Origin of the CCTV Standards<br />Non Broadcast Television Committee – (EL-051):<br />CCTV sub committee.<br />Medical video sub committee. <br />Industrial video sub committee.<br />Domestic camcorders sub committee.<br />Professional camcorders sub committee.<br />Non Broadcast Television equipment testing standards sub committee. <br />BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV - BLAZE CAMERA STANDARDS IN AUSTRALIA<br />
  3. 3. Background of Standards<br />The following three CCTV standards and one draft CCTV standard have come about as a result of end user and industry requests:<br />AS 4806.1 - Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) – Management and operation code of practice applicable to Australian CCTV systems management and operation.<br />AS 4806.2 - Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) – Application guidelines applicable to the latest CCTV technologies.<br />AS 4806.3 - Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) – PAL signal timings and levels for CCTV and the limits of variations of such.<br />AS 4806.4 - Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) – Remote video monitoring code of practice, for video and security control rooms.<br />BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV - BLAZE CAMERA STANDARDS IN AUSTRALIA<br />
  4. 4. Organisations involved in the development of the Standard<br />Organisations involved in the development of the CCTV Standards.<br /><ul><li> Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers.
  5. 5. Australian Communications and Media Authority.
  6. 6. Engineers Australia.
  7. 7. Australian Railway Association.
  8. 8. Australian Federal Police.
  9. 9. Australian Security Industry Association Limited.
  10. 10. National Security Association of Australia.
  11. 11. CCTV industry technical and operations experts.</li></ul>BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV - BLAZE CAMERA STANDARDS IN AUSTRALIA<br />
  12. 12. Target Audience and the Value the CCTV Standards brings to the Market<br />The target audience and the value the CCTV Standards brings to the market: <br /><ul><li>AS 4806.1 - Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) – Management and Operation - Code of Practice, AS 4806.2 - Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) – Application Guidelines and AS 4806.4 - Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) - Part 4: Remote video monitoring - Code of Practice are suitable for the whole CCTV industry from end users through to consultants and engineers, virtually the whole industry.
  13. 13. AS 4806.3 - Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) – CCTV PAL Signal Timings and Levels is for those who have the necessary test equipment and understand video test signals, however, it will be of interest to most of the industry.</li></ul>BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV - BLAZE CAMERA STANDARDS IN AUSTRALIA<br />
  14. 14. Objectives of the CCTV Standards<br /><ul><li> Present a set of principals for the management and operation of CCTV systems for reference by users, manufacturers and tenants of premises with CCTV systems installed.
  15. 15. Provide a framework to assist customers, installers and users in establishing their CCTV requirements.
  16. 16. Assist consultants and users in determining the appropriate equipment and design for a given application.
  17. 17. Provide a means of objectively evaluating the performance of an installed system.</li></ul>BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV - BLAZE CAMERA STANDARDS IN AUSTRALIA<br />
  18. 18. AS 4806.1 - Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) – Management and operation<br />Contents:<br />The management and operation of CCTV systems includes chapters on: principals and management of the CCTV system, procedures, personnel, CCTV control room, effective response, privacy and disclosure issues, recorded material management, documentation, licences and CCTV signage. There are appendices on staff recruitment and selection and a summary of current Australian Legislation for all states and territories.<br />BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV - BLAZE CAMERA STANDARDS IN AUSTRALIA<br />
  19. 19. AS 4806.2 - Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) – Application guidelines<br />Contents:<br />Application guidelines includes: general CCTV considerations, system design criteria, objective test plan, installation, commissioning and handover, preventative maintenance, licences and signage. There are appendices on abbreviations and terminology, objective testing techniques, objective tests and measurements using a test chart, objective tests and measurements using a test pattern generator and test targets.<br />BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV - BLAZE CAMERA STANDARDS IN AUSTRALIA<br />
  20. 20. AS 4806.3 - Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) – PAL signal timings and levels<br />Contents:<br />Includes the video signal timings from the Australian Broadcasting Authority Technical Planning Guidelines and video signal level variables which have been determined from many tests over many years.<br />BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV - BLAZE CAMERA STANDARDS IN AUSTRALIA<br />
  21. 21. AS 4806.4 - Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) – Remote video <br />Contents:<br />The objectives of remote video are to present requirements for the design, installation, commissioning, operation and management of remote CCTV systems for the purpose of providing: Alarm verification to initiate response from police (or other approved authorities) to video central monitoring stations (CMS) reported incidents and remote video surveillance or remote interactive video management which may be used to initiate response from police (or other approved authorities) to video CMS reported incidents.<br />BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV - BLAZE CAMERA STANDARDS IN AUSTRALIA<br />

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