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CCTV Training

Analog and IP solutions



3 Days Technical Training
Tr ai ni n g S yll a b u s & A g e n d a
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Purpose of this Document
The purpose of this document is to provide an overview and course outline for technical
training on Honeywell CCTV Solutions.
Pre-requisites
Participants to this course should preferably have nowledge of!
"asics in CCTV #analog cameras$ DV%s&
'nowledge of TCP()P *etwor topology.
Participants must follow on+line the ,)ntroduction to CCTV- course prior to attending this
training
Medium of training
The training is delivered in .nglish /anguage.
Objectie
This training course is intended for )nstallation ( Service technicians and 0dministrators or
anybody who will be involved with installing and maintaining Honeywell CCTV systems.
Training !ession Duration
The time period to be reserved for this training session is 3 full day1s where each day will
have #2& intermediate breas and a lunch. Travel for participants will have to be scheduled in
such way that the participating engineer#s& will have sufficient time to complete the full
training course. Certificates will be provided after students have successfully participated in
the test at the end of the training.
CCTV !"stems Training # Oerie$
The purpose of this training session is to build a solid woring nowledge of Honeywell Video
Solutions. This training will cover analog$ Hybrid and )P solutions and products. Hands+on
e3ercises will help the attendees to build e3perience on the sub4ects.
The following items will be discussed during the training session!
5usion )V DV% and storage solutions
5usion )V *V%
H%DP DV%
5usion Video 6anagement Software for 5usion and H%DP DV%s.
)P cameras #Standard 7C)5$ 6egapi3el$ High Definition&
Video analytics
Videoblo3 0nalog 6atri3
0t the end of the course all students will receive a complimentary CD which contains Product
documentation$ product related tools$ presentations$
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Training %ard$are &quipments
5or hands+on sessions$ there are 8 sets of hardware with the following items. This is intended
for 9: participants and 9 set to be shared by 2 attendees.
9 /aptop
Set of )P cameras #:9 6egapi3el$ :9 HD$ :9 7C)5&
)P ;tility Software
5V6S Software
H%DP %emote Software
5usion %emote Software
Videoblo3 Configuration software
!oft$are
.ach student will learn how to perform a complete installation of the softwares mentioned
above.. Students will learn as well how to configure the DV%s using the remote softwares and
how to set+up the )P cameras prior to adding them to the 5usion DV%(*V%.
Course outline
Da" '(
Session starts at )*+,) and ends by 16:30. Each day will have 2 intermediate breaks (at
11:00 and 14:45) and lunch break (12:30 to 13:30).
ntroduction and warm-up
Fusion IV DVR Presentation
Overview of DVR menu and configuration
Set-up of recording schedule (motion detection, continuous, sensor input..)
Set-up and connection of a PTZ camera
Set-up and connection of HJZTPX keyboard
Hands-on session
FVMS Presentation
FVMS Installation and set-up
Add-on of Fusion DVR to FVMS software
Set-up and configuration of multiple DVRs using FVMS software
Creation of customized scenes
Alarm Management (motion detection, senor inputs, video loss)
Add-on of Maps and site layout
Health-check configuration
User Management and authority levels
Search of recorded videos
Network Backup (scheduled and manual)
Clip export
Network bandwidth and storage calculation
Hands-on Session
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Da" '-
Session starts at 09:30 and ends by 16:30. Each day will have 2 intermediate breaks (at
11:00 and 14:45) and lunch break (12:30 to 13:30).
Questions and Answers of previous days topics
ntroduction and warm-up
HRDP Presentation
Overview of DVR menu and configuration
Set-up of recording schedule (motion detection, continuous, sensor input..)
Set-up and connection of a PTZ camera
Add-on of HRDP DVR to FVMS software
Set-up and configuration of HRDP DVR from FVMS
Hands-on Session
Presentation of IP Cameras
Set-up of cameras using IP utilities
Camera Menu
Network settings (Compression, frame rate, Resolution, bit rate..)
Display settings (BLC, Gain...)
Sabotage detection
I/O configuration
Embedded motion detection
Privacy zone set-up
Definition of presets and tours in case of PTZ camera
Hands-on session
Presentation Fusion NVR
Overview of NVR menu and configuration
Add-on IP cameras into Fusion NVR
IP Camera Setup from Fusion NVR menu
Set-up of recording schedule
Hands-on session
Da" ',
Session starts at 09:30 and ends by 16:30. Each day will have 2 intermediate breaks (at
11:00 and 14:45) and lunch break (12:30 to 13:30).
Questions and Answers of previous days topics
Introduction to Videoblox Analog Matrix
Overview of architecture
CPU and Chassis configuration
Video Input and output modules configuration
PIT configuration and connection of a PTZ dome
Keyboard setup
Setup of Videoblox Matrix using VBLX NetCFG software
System sizing
Definition of camera inputs and monitor outputs
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Definition of scenes and group of cameras
Users creation and definition of access rights (cameras, monitors,
keyboards)
Creation of sequences and overview of different commands
Database Backup
Hands-on session
Introduction to Video Analytics
System components and architecture overview
Embedded V.A on RapidEye DVR presentation
Camera Placement and Lens selection
Lens calculator tool overview
Video and Channel setup
Scene Setup
Zone setup
Events setup
Alarm Management and notification
Hands-on session
Exclusion zone
Object block zone
Restricted zone
Direction zone
Trespass Zone
Fence zone
Inside/Outside zone (people counting)
Test and Conclusion
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