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GSA - W-A-450/12 - DETECTOR, MOTION, VIDEO, INTERIOR (CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION) Organization: GSA
Date: 1992-01-03
Description: This specification covers unit Number 1, Type XII, Closed Circuit Television Motion Detector/Interior Video Motion Detector (IVMD).
NECA NEIS 303 - STANDARD FOR INSTALLING CLOSED-CIRCUIT TELEVISION (CCTV) SYSTEMS Organization: NECA
Date: 2005-01-01
Description: This standard describes installation procedures for closed-circuit television system equipment installed for protection of building interiors, building perimeter, and surrounding property.
MODUK - DEF STAN 02-575 - GUIDE TO THE DESIGN OF CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS - ISSUE 2: 07/2008 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2008-07-21
Description: This Defence Standard (Def Stan) 02-575 in conjunction with the documents referred to herein provides guidance to the design of HM Surface Ship Closed Circuit Television Surveillance Systems (CCTV). The Standard outlines the policy for CCTV systems and states a philosophy of system requirement.
NAVY - MIL-W-21112B - WEATHER TELEVISION SYSTEM AN/GMQ-19 Organization: NAVY
Date: 1960-06-21
Description: This specification covers a complete closed circuit television system to be used for the transmission of weather information from a central weather office to twenty (20) receiving points with the capability of expansion.
DS/ISO/TS 15624 - TRANSPORT INFORMATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS - TRAFFIC IMPEDIMENT WARNING SYSTEMS (TIWS) - SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2004-07-21
Description: This Technical Specification focuses on closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras as the sensors, to detect traffic impediments using image processing and variable message signs as the communication method to provide information to drivers.
UFC 4-020-04A - ELECTRONIC SECURITY SYSTEMS: SECURITY ENGINEERING - INCORPORATES CHANGE 2: SEPTEMBER 22: 2009 Organization: UFC
Date: 2005-03-01
Description: This manual will be used to design electronic security systems, including intrusion detection systems (IDS), closed circuit television (CCTV) alarm assessment systems, and electronic control systems (EECS).
NECA NEIS 90 - STANDARD FOR COMMISSIONING BUILDING ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Organization: NECA
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: Applications Excluded This standard does not cover procedures for commissioning systems such as fire alarm systems, telecommunications networks, closed circuit television systems, access control systems, and other limited energy systems.
NR - GM/GN2606 - GUIDANCE ON THE FITMENT AND FUNCTIONALITY OF FORWARD AND REAR FACING CAMERAS ON ROLLING STOCK Organization: NR
Date: 2010-06-01
Description: The guidance included provides information on the most recently available information and it is recognised that technology in this field is constantly developing. However, adopting a closed circuit television camera system set out in this guidance note provides an opportunity to meet the key safety and performance benefits associated with forward and rear facing camera systems.
NR/L2/TEL/30151 ISSUE 1 - DESIGN & INSTALLATION OF STATION CABLING - COMPLIANCE DATE: 5 MARCH 2011 Organization: NR
Date: 2010-12-04
Description: The services across cable infrastructure that this standard covers are: • alarm monitoring inclusive of fire alarms; • Customer information system (Visual) (CIS); • clocks; • DOO CCTV (Driver Only Operation Closed-circuit television) • Induction Loops; • Local Area Network (LAN) and Wide Area Network (WAN); • LLPA; • Passenger Help points; • public address (PA); • public address and voice announcements (PAVA); • radio: feeder cables; • security closed-circuit television (CCTV); • telephones; • third party provisioned services.
NAVY - MIL-HDBK-1013/1A - PHYSICAL SECURITY OF FACILITIES, DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR Organization: NAVY
Date: 1993-12-15
Description: Exterior physical security contributes to the effectiveness of an integrated security system design in the choice of: (1) site layout, including facility location relative to fences and vehicle barriers to enhance protection against forced entry, bomb blast, standoff weapons and ballistic threats; (2) access control at site points of entry to protect against covert entry threats; (3) exterior intrusion detection sensors or guards to detect perimeter crossover points; (4) closed-circuit television (CCTV) or guards to assess an alarm as a threat; (5) security lighting to support the threat detection and assessment function; and (6) other essential functions that must be maintained to support the above elements.

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