Moonblink will be holding another of these showcases in Milpitas, Calif., on Nov. 10-11, where Rodney and I will also be presenting.
The ASIS Workshop, “Video Surveillance: Applications and Advances,” in Seattle on Oct. 24-27, covers network basics as well as video camera and networking traffic engineering and troubleshooting for video systems, and is well worth attending. See http://bit.ly/pnmPjO for the detailed agenda.
Finally, SecureWorld Expo in Seattle on Nov. 16 is a two-day program with several convergence topic sessions on Day 1, including Corporate Security Concerns for Social Networking, Cloud Computing and my own session on Networked Video Security, which provides take-home guides on physical security/IT convergence and future-proofing video systems. See: www.secureworldexpo.com/events/conference-agenda.php?id=297
Write to Ray about this column at ConvergenceQA@go-rbcs.com. Ray Bernard, PSP, CHS-III is the principal consultant for Ray Bernard Consulting Services (RBCS), a firm that provides security consulting services for public and private facilities. Mr. Bernard has also provided pivotal strategic and technical advice in the security and building automation industries for more than 24 years. He is founder and publisher of The Security Minute 60-second newsletter (www.TheSecurityMinute.com). For more information about Ray Bernard and RBCS go to www.go-rbcs.com or call 949-831-6788. Mr. Bernard is also a member of the Subject Matter Expert Faculty of the Security Executive Council (www.SecurityExecutiveCouncil.com).