ISC Solutions Offers IP-TAC2 IP Technology Advancement Center, Certificate Program

ISC is bringing its IP-TAC2: IP Technology Advancement Center & Certificate program to ISC Solutions on Nov. 2 from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Part of the ISC Premier Education Series, this one-day boot camp provides an overview of common interoperability standards including ONVIF and PSIA specifications.

Security professionals complete the course with a full understanding of the tactical implementation of surveillance and access control/biometrics connectivity. Security professionals involved in the design and implementation of these technologies won't want to miss this educational opportunity. The course provides a platform for attendees to receive comprehensive, vendor-neutral education on common standards and practices to source, sell and install a complete IP-based system. In addition, participants will be able to define and make a business case for the adoption and implementation of the ONVIF and PSIA integration standards. At the successful conclusion of the program, participants will receive a certificate of completion endorsed by the industry's leading standards bodies: SIA, ONVIF and PSIA.

As part of the course, participants will receive a continental breakfast and a lunch voucher on November 2, a comprehensive workbook, and additional implementation materials. Participants will also receive a complimentary badge for the ISC Solutions exhibit floor. There, participants can see the latest products and technologies and attend free education courses on utilizing technology and management strategies to improve their business and bottom line.

IP-TAC2 will be coordinated by Connex International Inc.

For more information and to register: http://www.iscsolutions.com/Education/IP-TAC2/

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