Monday, November 1, 2010

Free Video Surveillance Webinar with Bosch and Security Management Magazine

On November 10 at 1:00 pm ET, Bosch will host a free webinar in conjunction with Security Management Magazine and ASIS International. During the webinar, Product Marketing Managers Willem Ryan and Cheryl Bard will present on how lighting and camera features impact image quality.

Webinar Description:
Whether you’re responsible for the security of an industrial site, corporate office park or defense installation, chances are there’s an area of your facility where the lighting is less than ideal for video surveillance. Vast dark spaces at energy or water processing plants, low light in warehouses or parking lots, and harsh lighting in office lobbies and exterior entranceways obscure the details and hamper threat detection.

Join this webinar to explore the science of surveillance and get a step-by-step guide to capturing useable video in any lighting condition. Learn how:
- Active infrared illumination improves video quality and IP system performance for effective round-the-clock surveillance
- LED degradation impacts security lighting over time
- Infrared sensitivity enables cameras to capture useable images in low light
- Advanced image processing improves detail reproduction capabilities
- Backlight compensation optimizes light levels in scenes with a bright background
- Wide dynamic range ensures detailed images from the darkest and brightest areas of a scene simultaneously

Apply these essential tips to your surveillance system to improve your ability to assess risks, respond to events, and secure important video evidence.

The 45 minute presentation will be followed by a 15 minute Q&A session.

Attendance at the webinar is worth one Continuing Professional Education (CPE) unit.

Register for the live event at:

If you are unable to attend the webinar at the scheduled time, an archived version of the event will be available on the ASIS web site for a full year. The archived webinar will be available at

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