Course description:

This course gives you a solid introduction to network video surveillance. It is based on a blended learning concept, where the theory is presented in a range of online modules (for self-paced studies), while the hands-on exercises take place in a classroom. In the exercises you will learn how to connect and configure Axis products.

Practical information:

Format: Blended learning
Length: 2 days
Language: English
Price: Free of charge

Course calendar:

To see all scheduled trainings for NVF blended learning, please go to the calendar in the LMS.

Course outline:

This course consists of two parts.

Part 1 is made up of eLearning modules that you study at your own pace, and which take approximately 8 hours to complete. These modules give you the basic knowledge required to successfully participate in

Part 2, which is a full day in the classroom with an instructor, focusing on hands-on exercises.

Course objectives:

  • The role of each component in a network video surveillance system
  • The inner workings of a camera
  • What makes an image usable
  • The factors that affect bandwidth consumption
  • The benefits of edge storage
  • How a camera’s output (I/O) ports enable further functionality
  • The advantages of using video analytic apps
  • How a thermal camera works
  • Cybersecurity in a network video surveillance context
  • How to troubleshoot a system and involve Axis technical support

Who should attend:

For system integrators and installers in the network video surveillance industry.