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Battlefield: The (test) Gear of Wars

Only you gamers will get those references in this title, I guess. Just lately I was honoured to be the guy on the cover of CCTV Image magazine! This issue was fresh off the presses for IFSEC 2012. My regular article for the ‘Talking Shop’ column this time illustrates the test gear that a good […]

Sketchup 3D CCTV courses

The Sketchup training course flyer for the IFSEC exhibition

With the IFSEC exhibition taking place this week in Birmingham I’ll be spreading the word about our forthcoming training courses in the use of Google’s free Sketchup 3D modeling software. We’re concentrating on its use for the design of CCTV and security systems.

Alongside this, […]

Are your cameras too high?

Back in 1992, when I was in CCTV sales, I spent one afternoon working out how many pixels would be needed in a camera’s field-of-view to identify a person or read a vehicle number plate. Why? Because I wanted the customer receiving my sales proposal to understand the issues involved. As a consequence of […]

I beg your forgiveness.

A couple of my articles that have just been published in CCTV Image magazine promise further information at Lambert & Associates website.

Ok, my metaphorical pants were down when the online issue hit the web today: a tad earlier than it figured in my plan for this week!

The cut-out-and-keep page illustrating camera views from steep […]

Designing CCTV using 3D

 

I must start with an apology for the long gap between blog posts. June simply flew by and much of it was spent writing, just not here! I was writing for a presentation I was invited to give at a seminar on 17th June sponsored by The Security Institute as part of their CPD […]

CCTV in a positive light

It has occurred to me over the years that there are at least two distinct camps in the media regarding the proliferation of CCTV in the UK.

One camp promotes CCTV as the silver bullet to solving crime, moaning when someone or something fails to make the most of the available technology. While that would […]