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What is the TRUSTED Project?
Originally launched back in 2007, the concept of improving video surveillance performance, is based squarely on the idea of achieving useful "Target Recognition Using Surveillance Technology for Evidence and Detection".
These latest stages are intended to address a number of key operational issues and problems, which are considered to be in urgent need of redress.
Introducing the "National CCTV Improvement Week 2012" - 6th - 12th May 2012
In the run up to the Diamond Jubilee celebrations and the London Olympics 2012, here in the UK the need for raising the effectiveness of existing security infrastructure has never been greater. In line with the objectives of the TRUSTED© CCTV Improvement Project, a "National CCTV Improvement Week" is set to help determine and redress many everyday security camera problems, experienced by a wide range of CCTV Users.
The brief Mission Statement:- "To encourage all CCTV System Operators to test and review their current security camera installations, in order to identify and correct any existing fundamental technical or operational issues that may be present".
The Target Audience:- Any individual or organisation currently using CCTV to enhance security and public safety.
The Basic Objectives:- To encourage operators to audit, test and review individual security cameras, so as to identify technical and operational issues that may at present compromise or devalue their effective application. Likewise to evaluate all monitoring and recording systems to determine their suitability and effectiveness for purpose.
Application:- During "National CCTV Improvement Week 2012", CCTV System Operators are encouraged to carry out a review of their existing video surveillance infrastructure at any one of three distinct levels, depending on their specific individual requirements ....
• A Basic Operator review based on the "CCTV Users 10 Point Plan"
• A more detailed Operator evaluation, using various workbook tools and benchmarks to gauge their existing systems effectiveness
• An independent assessment carried out by a suitably experienced individual or practice ( e.g. CCTV consultant or installation company ).
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The TRUSTED© Project's first UK "National CCTV Improvement Week" has provisionally been set for the 6th - 12th May 2012
If you have any comments or suggestions about this important event, or would like to become an official Supporter or Sponsor, please send an e-mail to:- info[at]trustedcctv.org
The UK's first "National CCTV Improvement Week" took place during the 6th - 12th May 2012, with the prestigious Counter Terror Expo and IFSEC International security events, acting as Official Supporters for NCIW 2012
This dedicated TRUSTED Project website is currently under development, and should be fully functional during 2012.