Wednesday, 26 March 2014

Singapore's 1st Security Systems 2-Days Workshop now open for registration


For the very first time in Singapore, SSAS (Security Systems Association of Singapore) is pleased to hold a 2-Day Security Systems Workshop titled "CCTV - From Light to Pixels". 


As the only association in Singapore which aims to lead and support the electronic security industry in the provision of security products and services, the Workshop covers comprehensive CCTV topics, from analog CCTV basics to digital video and CCTV system design.


Who Should Attend?
  • Operational personnel and Managers who are involved in facility management and security
  • Product and Service Providers in security, electrical, and IT systems who would like to have a deeper understanding of CCTV &
  • Educational Institutions who would like to have latest updates on CCTV technology

Workshop Outline
·        Optics in CCTV
·        Analog Video Processing

·        CCTV cameras
·        Video Management Systems

·        Displays
·        Transmission Media

·        Digital CCTV
·        Networking in CCTV



PARTICIPATION RATE: $380/delegate for 2-Days Workshop  

Please complete the registration form to secure your seats!

Bios of the Trainer: Mr Vlado Damjanovski, Founder, ViDi Labs

Vlado has a degree in Electronic Engineering from the University “Kiril & Metodij” in Skopje (Macedonia), specializing in broadcast television and CCTV. His 1982 thesis on the subject of charge-coupled devices (CCD) pre-empted their wide commercial use by 10 years.
 
In 1995 Vlado published his first technical reference book – simply called “CCTV”. This was, and still is, one of the first and complete reference manual on the subject of CCTV. Covering all that a CCTV expert, installer and consultant should require, this book was accepted and translated in to four languages, Vlado’s book continues to have a 5-star rating.

Vlado conducts easy-to-understand CCTV training seminars.  He demystifies and explains all the tricks and technologies of the CCTV industry.   In addition, Vlado has designed and commissioned a number of CCTV Systems around Australia and overseas.  These include large scale projects such as the Darling Harbour CCTV system, the Downing Centre CCTV system and the Sydney City Council system.  

In 1997 Vlado was the chief consultant and designer for the Start City Casino digital CCTV system. In 2003 Vlado was instrumental in winning the system design for the Sands Casino (Macau) – another world-first in utilizing Digital Virtual Matrix switching of over 2,500 digital recorders – costing in excess of $5 million.