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Security Academy

Prassel invests in the training process to offer all the necessary support to design, install and manage security systems that use the VIMS software suite. The training provides support to meet needs of different levels of complexity and wants to ensure the deep undersanding of ViMS products to use them at best. Prassel has certified its production processes according to the ISO 9001: 2015 standard (certificate no. AJAEU / 15/13383 valid). The object and the purpose of the certification also includes the Technical Training activity, considered by Prassel a crucial phase for the completion of the product life cycle. For Prassel, investing in training activities means transferring skills and abilities necessary for an efficient system design, installation, integration, configuration and administration of the ViMS software suite.

Technological partners and installers certification path

Prassel offers a structured certification path for:

  • Technological Partners (2 modules covered in 2-days-course)
  • Installers (3 modules covered in a 2-days-course)

The relative certification will be issued after the filling of a final verification questionnaire. Contact Prassel to achieve the desired certification,courses are always available

End-user Training

Training for end customers is typically carried out by personnel of our technological partners or installers, who are in direct contact with customers and can support end-users in the system start-up phase. However, Prassel supports the training of end customers in the following ways:

  1. Provision of a specific training module for ViMS Administrators via webinar twice a month for a total of 4 sessions
  2. Provision of a specific training module for ViMS users, available via webinar twice a month for a total of 2 sessions

If you use ViMS, please contact Prassel to learn more about its administration and use. Basic and advanced webinars are available, but it is also possible to arrange on-the-job training.

Security Academy

Moreover, Prassel organizes training and information courses on the following topics, making use of the collaboration of partner companies and professionals:

  • Privacy (General Data Protection Regulation n. 679/201 (GDPR): the privacy issue is addressed with respect to the new regulations, with particular reference to the provisions and best practices in the field of video surveillance, vehicle transit recording and access control for image processing and identification data.
  • UNI CEI EN 50518 standard: what are the technical and functional features that the Operating Room software must have in order to be compliant with the Decree 269/2010, the D.M. n.115 / 2014 and the Disciplinary issued by the Chief of Police. In particular, issues related to the reception and treatment of alarms / video-alarms and related software functions are dealt with.
  • Sizing of safety systems: general criteria for the design of security systems, in particular relating to the sizing of networks, storage and processing for video surveillance systems, license plate, transit control and video analysis systems.
  • ONVIF protocols: standard protocols S, G, T, C and A – characteristics of the ONVIF protocols for video surveillance and access control.
  • Audio/video encoding and decoding: a technical overview of audio/video encoding and decoding, history and characteristics of the compression formats MPEG4, H264, H265, MJPG, VP8, Theora, G711, AAC, G726, G722, Vorbis, Opus – differences between format compression and container.
  • Territory control with license plate reading systems: how do the plate and transit reading systems work for the control of the territory and what is the added value of the institutional DBs to the institutional activities of Law Enforcement organizations. System design criteria and data use.
  • Physical security and logical security: the combination that must be implemented for security systems, with particular attention to organizational best practices and the security standards to be adopted.
  • Prevent the vulnerability of security systems: an overview on the characteristics of the endpoints present in the security systems, the major risks associated with the use of the systems, best practices and tools designed to limit vulnerability.
  • Operations Room and Crisis Room: how to organize the layout of the spaces necessary to carry out mission critical activities. The cooperative work of the Crisis Rooms. Technology to support information sharing and wall display systems.

On these issues, Prassel organizes meetings on a quarterly basis upon request.

Contact Prassel for more information on scheduled courses and related costs.

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