Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Video Surveillance Project Management

Long time readers of this blog will be well familiar with the name of John Honovich. He has provided me with a lot of good information on video surveillance systems and maintains an excellent web site packed with video surveillance information. One of the things that I really appreciate about John’s information is that he isn’t afraid to pass on information from a variety of other sources. In last week’s email listing of new information he provided a link to an article on CSOOnline.com about video surveillance project planning. This project planning article by Jason Crowling is not a step-by-step outline of how to plan for a video surveillance project. It does point out a number of pieces of information that will help the security manager to understand the bidding and project definition process. As with all of the other articles that I have recommended on the subject, this is far from an exhaustive review of all of the relevant factors. I do think that any security manager that is not well experienced in working with video surveillance systems should add this article to a pre-bid reading list. It will help to explain some of the exasperating issues that will have to be dealt with in the competitive bidding process.

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