Mitchell Technical Consultants, LLC

Company Overview

The safety and security business system analysts at MItchell Technical Consultants evaluate business needs, collaborates with stakeholders and performs business systems analysis for corporate and public properties throughout the continental United States. _________________________________________________________ Certified professionals and business, licensed by the Arizona State Board of Technical Registration. Manages smart building technology systems information and physical security projects for situational awareness, safety and security. Managing Information Technology & Specifying Smart Building Technology Systems. __________________________________________________________________________________________ Crafting electronic floor plans to display a visual representation of smart building system objects with Genetec map design tool. Utilizing Winsted WELS4 software to configure security controls at global security operation centers (GSOC). Performing technical evaluations, analysis and documentation of Infrastructure for Network Switches, Wi-Fi, Digital Signage, IP Cameras, Telecom, EMS, and Shopper Counting technologies. ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Configuring building mapping software to accurately depict smart building system devices on multi level layered on screen layouts with live links to video, audio, door access, and secure network devices. Mapping IP surveillance edge devices to functional interfaces with AutoCAD Map 3D, VMS, PSIM and Genetec Plan Manager software. ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Physical security information management, GIS mapping and systems integration configuration provider. Evaluating building technology systems to achieve a secure environment for persons and property.


Access Control

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Electronic access control systems validate one or more credentials, which can be in the form of something you know, something that is inherent to you, or something you carry. Components of a full-featured system can include a credential reader, communication cabling, distributed processor, central database, software, supplementary interfaces to external systems, and applications for request-to-exit devices for applicable doors. ?Personnel access control is the portion of an access control system used to authorize entry and to verify the authorization of personnel seeking entry to a controlled area. This verification decision is usually based on determining whether the person (1) is carrying a valid credential, (2) knows a valid personal identification number, or (3) possesses the proper unique physical characteristic that matches the person's characteristic recorded at enrollment (biometrics, such as fingerprint, hand geometry, etc.).
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Video Systems

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Video surveillance is a key component of the safety and security procedures of many organizations. It provides real-time monitoring of the environment, people, and assets, and provides a recorded archive for investigative purposes. Security cameras face many challenges that affect their ability to provide quality video for effective surveillance. Scenes may have changing and wide ranging light levels, and conditions such as complete darkness, haze and smoke may present problems to getting usable video.
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Fire Protection

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The primary purpose of most fire alarm systems within protected premises is to warn building occupants to evacuate the premises. Other purposes of these fire alarm systems include actuating the building fire protection features, providing property protection, ensuring mission continuity, providing heritage preservation, and providing environmental protection. The term protected premises (local) fire alarm system applies to any fire alarm system located at the protected premises, including building fire alarm systems, dedicated function fire alarm systems, and releasing fire alarm systems.
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An intrusion detection system (IDS) generally includes sensors, alarms or annunciators, and a communications or transmission mechanism. It is important to match IDS elements to the purpose of the system, type of facility or space being protected, and surrounding environment. False positives and false negatives are a significant issue in IDS operation. Poor initial design or installation can sometimes render a system completely ineffective.
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If network protection is breached, it increases the risk of snooping for sensitive information and attacks on individual servers and network devices. Understand your firewalls and filters. Taking the time to secure your network from the backbone helps to support all your other efforts to implement cybersecurity best practices.
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Unified Systems

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It is especially critical in modern facilities to address the relationship between security components and peripheral systems and interfaces. These peripherals include life safety systems, building controls, IT infrastructure, liaison relationships, outsourced services, and policies and procedures. A major challenge in many facility construction, renovation, or system upgrade projects, for example, is the potential for conflict between security systems and life safety systems. ?Like life safety systems, building controls often interoperate with security management systems. Careful planning is advised in order to avoid conflicts and ensure that the facility protection objectives are satisfied.
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A code is a law, regulations, ordinance or code that established requirements for construction and fire safety.
A system standard is a document that the codes refer to that details the application, installation, location, performance, and maintenance of that which is required in certain places by the code.
A product standard is a listing agency standard that ensures product safety, reliability, and certain performance levels.

The differences between a code and a standard is that a code tells you what you need to do, and a standard tells you how to do it. For example, a code may say that a building must have a fire alarm system. The standard will spell out what kind of system and how it must work.
Building, Fire and Life Safety Codes - A law, regulation, ordinance, or a code that establishes requirements for construction and fire safety. Tells you what you need to do.
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