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Step Into Security Webinar - Planning for Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects

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In our ongoing webinar series on physical security topics, LENSEC is offering another FREE professional development event. In the August webinar, physical security specialist Keith Harris will discuss techniques for proper planning and deployment of outdoor video surveillance equipment.

Keith has many years of experience working with cameras and consulting with customers on video surveillance project.

Webinar Agenda:
•Environmental Concerns
•Transmission of Video & Data
•Rugged Edge Devices
•Power Considerations

Please take a look at our webinar video archive for more topics on safety and physical security.
http://www.lensec.com/webinar/webinar_videoarchive.html

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Step Into Security Webinar - Planning for Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects

  1. 1. Planning for Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  2. 2. Today’s Moderator David Martin Physical Security Specialist LENSEC
  3. 3. Webinar Sponsor About LENSEC • Based in Houston, TX • Since 1998 • IP Video Management Solutions • System Design • Installation & Project Management Perspective Video Management Software (VMS) ™ LENSEC is committed to empowering our clients and partners to prevent or mitigate physical security risks. We want to help protect people and assets as well as improve operations through our evolutionary and intuitive technology. We can do this by providing expertise in security and software development. Our Mission
  4. 4. Webinar Logistics • Q&A at the end • Questions for the panelist • Audio from attendees muted • Poll questions • Survey
  5. 5. Keith Harris Marketing Manager LENSEC Today’s Panelist • Degree in Broadcasting & Photojournalism • 27 Years Working in Photography & Video Production • 6 Years in Physical Security Market • Expertise in Training Techniques for Video Surveillance
  6. 6. Training Goal Planning for Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects Our goals are … Environmental Concerns Transmission of Video & Data Rugged Edge Devices Power Considerations
  7. 7. Remote Camera Locations Site Survey The site survey is most important for properly evaluating needs at a project location Pay attention to the big picture, but think about the small details Try to picture the entirety of the project You may not get easy access to the site again Understanding the projects puzzle pieces early on will determine the success of the entire process Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  8. 8. Poll Question Poll Question #1 What are the two most important factors in determining an outdoor camera position?
  9. 9. Remote Camera Locations Site Survey – Design Thinking about site design starts with the initial customer conversation Google Earth is a good tool for outdoor projects IPVM Camera Calculator Take Pictures Camera Views Installation Views Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects IPVM Camera Calculator: http://ipvm.com/calculator (members only)
  10. 10. Remote Camera Locations Site Survey Scenario 1 – No Infrastructure Scenario 2 – Limited Infrastructure (pavilion/maintenance shed/bathroom) Scenario 3 – Solid Infrastructure (office/recreation center/fleet garage) Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  11. 11. Remote Camera Locations Scenario #1 – No Infrastructure Edge Device Position Network Transmission Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  12. 12. Remote Camera Locations Scenario #2 – Limited Infrastructure Edge Device Position Network Transmission Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  13. 13. Remote Camera Locations Scenario #3 – Solid Infrastructure Edge Device Position Network Transmission Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  14. 14. Remote Camera Locations Site Survey – Poles Existing Pole Survey New Pole Positions Proper Hardware Cherry Picker Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  15. 15. Remote Camera Locations Wired Transmission Existing Trench/Conduit New Trenches Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects http://www.homewyse.com/services/cost_to_dig_trench.html
  16. 16. Remote Camera Locations Site Survey – Poles Number of Cameras per pole – four maximum NEMA enclosure with Rugged Equipment POE Power Supply Network Switch Transmission path (wired or wireless) Auxiliary adapters (fiber, network bridge, cellular transmission, etc.) Edge Recording Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  17. 17. Remote Camera Locations Wired Transmission Outdoor Rated Cable Conduit Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  18. 18. Poll Question Poll Question #2 Why is Line of Sight important in a wireless transmission?
  19. 19. Remote Data Transmission Wireless Transmission Line Of Sight Fresnel Zone Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  20. 20. http://www.proxim.com/products/knowledge-center/calculations/calculations-fresnel-clearance-zone
  21. 21. Remote Data Transmission Wireless Transmission RF Environment Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  22. 22. Remote Data Transmission Wireless Point To Point Transmission (P2P) Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  23. 23. Remote Data Transmission Wireless Point to MultiPoint Transmission (P2MP) Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  24. 24. Remote Data Transmission Wireless Mesh Transmission Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  25. 25. Remote Data Transmission Wireless Mesh Transmission Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  26. 26. Remote Power Power – AC Power Power at Device POE Injectors Test it – Don’t trust it Scheduled Power Voltage Drop Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects http://www.calculator.net/voltage-drop-calculator.html
  27. 27. Remote Power Power – Battery Plan To Recharge Long Term Maintenance Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  28. 28. Remote Power Power – Solar Temporary or Permanent Geographic Location Good Solar Exposure Power Draw Battery Bank Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  29. 29. http://energy.gov/maps/solar-energy-potential
  30. 30. Camera Placement Layers of Security Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  31. 31. Camera Placement Choke Point Driveway Gate Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  32. 32. Poll Question Poll Question #3 Why does distance between the camera and target area matter?
  33. 33. Camera Placement Wide Shot / Tight Shot Wide = Large Area of Coverage / Limited Detail Tight = Limited Area of Coverage / Higher Detail Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  34. 34. Camera Placement Field of View Distance To Target Width Of Target Area Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects http://www.lensec.com/tutorial/calculator.html
  35. 35. Camera Placement Blind Spots No Coverage Future Phase Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  36. 36. Camera Placement Entrances / Exits Cover Them All? Set Your Priorities (e.g. – Main Entrance vs. Loading Dock) Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  37. 37. Camera Placement Building Mounting Positions Soffits Corners Wall Penetration Mounting Hardware Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  38. 38. Camera Placement Pole Mounting Positions Mounting Hardware Lighting (avoid glare) Pole Position (existing vs. new) Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  39. 39. Equipment Choices Camera Types PTZ MP Cameras 180 Degree Cameras Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  40. 40. Equipment Choices Camera Types Pixels Per Foot Resolution vs. Coverage Area Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects http://www.iqeye.com/sites/all/themes/iqinvision/calc/pixels_per_foot/ General Detail Forensic Detail High Detail
  41. 41. Equipment Choices Camera Features Weatherproof Vandalproof Infrared Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  42. 42. Environmental Considerations Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  43. 43. Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  44. 44. Environmental Considerations Lighting Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects
  45. 45. Training Goal Planning for Outdoor Video Surveillance Projects Our goals are … Environmental Concerns Transmission of Video & Data Rugged Edge Devices Power Considerations
  46. 46. Questions Q&A
  47. 47. Contacts David Martin LENSEC (512) 318-3829 dmartin@lensec.com Keith Harris LENSEC (512) 913-3907 kharris@lensec.com
  48. 48. Thanks for Attending Today’s Webinar

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