Digital Video Surveillance and Security explains the concepts that are becoming the new standards in video security, both theoretically and from the field where the only days your hands aren’t dirty from handling the real tools and equipment are the days when you’re wearing gloves to protect your hands from the subzero temperatures. Video surveillance has had for decades with closed-circuit television (CCTV). The world of analog television has also jumped into the digital age, thanks to the convergence of digital entertainment and communications, and video surveillance has jumped along with it.
“A must read for any security professional contemplating the implementation of an IP-based security system from an author who was instrumental in implementing one of America’s largest city’s homeland security systems.” — Jeffrey Menken, Video and Wireless Network IT Architect, IBM
“The subject matter of this book will appeal greatly to security practitioners and small business or home owners looking for guidance to install IP-based surveillance cameras and integrated systems.” — Brian Baker, CPP, Brian D. Baker Security Group, State College, PA
“This book covers quite a bit of information in great detail and is a great ‘how-to’ reference. The illustrations are good and as we all know, a picture tells a thousand words, so that is a good aid.... A fine manual and description of Digital Video Surveillance.” — Roger J. Martinez, President and CEO, Quantum Crossings, LLC, Technology and Telecommunications
“A valuable resource of real-world, in-depth knowledge on networked video surveillance systems.” — Bo Larsson, CEO, Firetide, Inc.