Course information

This course covers many important aspects of designing a network video surveillance system. Topics such as surveillance goals, camera placement, video analytics, network performance and storage solutions are discussed. All theory presented is put into practice in a comprehensive lab session.

Practical information

Format: Instructor-led classroom
Length: 1 day
Language: English
Technical Requirements: PC with Windows 10 (minimum)
Price: CAD$299.00

Upcoming classes:

Location: Edmonton, AB
Date: 16 August -  9am-5pm Mountain

Course Calendar:

To view all upcoming classes for this course, please click the ’Calendar’ tab.

Course Outline:

  • Defining surveillance goals
  • Optimizing camera placement
  • Selecting appropriate video analytics
  • Understanding network performance and storage solutions
  • AXIS design tools

Course objectives:

You’ll be skilled in:

  • Learning the cornerstones of a well-designed network video system
  • Understanding how product selection and camera placement affect the usability of a system
  • Deciding products, placement and storage solutions based on customer needs
  • Leveraging Axis’ system design tools to facilitate the design process

Who should attend?

This course is suitable for professionals working with network video design, build/design projects, architectural design or engineering design.

Prerequisites:

  • Although not mandatory, in order to get the most out of the training, it is strongly recommended that students first complete the Axis Network Video Fundamentals course.