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Improving Video Surveillance Effectiveness

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15:00 –​ 16:00 ET
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 Overview

​The video surveillance industry has grown immensely over the past few decades. The advent of IP based video and analytics have influenced the widespread use of video surveillance globally. But are we missing the "invisible gorilla? Have camera systems become so much a part of our lives that they are no longer seen as a deterrent to crime? Think about the impact of mobile phone video on the physical security industry and law enforcement. Has video surveillance become just a reactive tool that documents crime without mitigating the risks proactively? Understanding the condition of "inattentional blindness" can impact how we design our surveillance systems. Technology without policy and procedures has the potential to expose organizations to more risk than it mitigates.

Learning Objectives:

Participants will be able to:

  • ​Explain the evolution of the video surveillance industry.
  • Understand the concept of inattentional blindness and its impact on video surveillance effectiveness.
  • Identify camera features that are overlooked and underutilized.
  • Recognize the impact of mobile phones on the physical security and law enforcement community.

 Presenters

Steve Oplinger

Systems Design Manager
Integrated Fire and Safety

Mr. Oplinger has been active in the security industry for over 25 years. He currently holds the position of Systems Design Manager for a mid-sized integrator in Florida, a position which he has held for the past 10 years. Mr. Oplinger is a member of both The Security Industry Association (SIA), and ASIS International, and has been a member of the ASIS Physical Security Council for the past 16 years. He currently holds the position of Chairman for the ASIS Physical Security Council. Mr. Oplinger was instrumental in the writing of the Certified Security Project Manager (CSPM) Book of Knowledge and corresponding workshop, which he teaches for SIA. He sits on numerous committees within the security industry concentrating on security standards and methodologies.

James M. Marcella, PSP
Director, Technical Services
Axis Communications

James Marcella is the Director of Technical Services for Axis Communications.  In this role he oversees technical support, industry associations for North American operations, and business development of the K-12 and higher education market segment.

Mr. Marcella joined Axis in 1996 as a business development manager for the company's North American Application Developer Partner program. He was responsible for finding best-of-breed software developers to create applications specifically for Axis' network video products. He was instrumental in the development of the Axis Academy educational program and managed the educational services department until 2013.  ​

Mr. Marcella is a board-certified Physical Security Professional (PSP).

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