Establish a group of basic knowledge for security professionals and technicians showing the essential elements required for the planning and design of the perimeter security of a project. Through the review of basic concepts, methodologies and examples, it is intended to offer the appropriate tools and criteria for an orderly and responsible planning of perimeter security.
The main objective of this program is to show how through the proper integration of people, procedures and equipment in a project, it is possible to improve the perimeter security of a site by reducing the rates of false alarms and meet the general objectives of physical security established.
Parts of a Personnel Access Control • Networks • Panels • Output elements • RTE (Buttons, Sensors, Emergency Bars) • Electric Corners • Magnetic Corners • Talanqueras • Turnstiles/ Windlasses • Software • Communication protocols
This course was developed by the Association of the Security Industry (SIA) and translated and adapted by ALAS in 1997, with the purpose of covering the needs of professional training in the area of Latin America and the Caribbean.
Currently the industry develops new products and technologies that demand general and basic knowledge that ensure a design, installation and commissioning of access control systems with high satisfaction for the end user.
Know the way the industry has advanced at the level of digital image processing. Digital Recording. Remote Transmission of Images.
Knowledge of data networks, applied to the video security industry. Knowledge of advanced features in new digital cameras. Real matrices and virtual matrices. IP cameras. Digital Video. Computer Security for video networks. Practical Applications.