The paper "The Planning and Installation of the CCTV" is a perfect example of a term paper on technology. Surveillance as a concept and management tool is described as an elementary building block of all human societies, a form of power, representative, and technological development. The origin of video surveillance can be traced back to early 1950 with an increase in communication and technology. The growth in urban centers leads to an increase in the need to secure the cities hence the growth and use of CCTV. This paper discusses the planning and installation of CCTV.
In the process of planning, the CCTV system in a building, there are four key steps that must be followed. In the installation process, the initial step is to define the problem which the area or the building is experiencing. The paper discusses the main component of the CCTV system and how the gold room may be protected from theft. 1.0Introduction Budka, Deshpande, & Thottan (2014) define surveillance as a concept and management tool that is described as an elementary building block of all human societies, a form of power, representative, and technological development.
Sagun, Anumba & Bouchlaghem (2014) states that surveillance can either be private or public and one of the most common forms of surveillance is video surveillance also known as closed-circuit television (CCTV). This is a technology that uses cameras that are strategically placed either in public or private places and are mostly used in preventing crimes. The origin of video surveillance can be traced back to early 1950 with an increase in communication and technology. The growth in urban centers leads to an increase in the need to secure the cities hence the growth and use of CCTV (Carmona, 2014).
This paper discusses the planning and installation of CCTV. 1.1Planning and Installation In the process of installation planning of CCTV system in a building, there are some four key steps which must be followed. In the installation process, the initial step is to define the problem which the area or the building is experiencing. The safety issue or the place vulnerability needs to be clearly explained and this stage is known as operational requirement (OR) level 1.
The security manager should consider whether the installation of CCTV is the best solution to address the present concerns (Carmona, 2014). After developing the problem framework, the next step is to start analyzing specific issues that relate to the CCTV development system. This is called operational requirement second level in the development of CCTV security management system. This area further involves defining major areas of concerns, be able to have a full understanding of the operational issues and make the most appropriate system requirements and concerns, and lastly identify any managerial implications of the new system (Sagun, Anumba & Bouchlaghem, 2014). In the third step, more detailed and technical specification for the CCTV system is developed.
The more detailed information concerning design is provided in this step. Information concerning the camera specification is provided in this section, the compression effect on the image quality and the guidance on how to estimate the storage capacity should be incorporated in this section. The final stage is where the project follows up is done and normally takes place after installation of the system (Jenkins, Baker & Harvey, 2014).
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