With over 25 years industry experience, Arthur Barker has operated in all aspects of electronic security. Over this period he has designed and built grade A1 central monitoring stations, owned and operated electronic security installation and service companies and acted as a high end manufacturer’s representative for integrated systems and CCTV.
Arthur has also developed and delivered comprehensive training packages for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) and other organisations and operated as a specialist consultant for electronic security (all aspects) and provision of training solutions.
Arthur has been involved with many major deployments around the country, including:
• Design and evaluation of citywide surveillance infrastructure (including acting on specialist panels to evaluate tender responses);
• Design of surveillance and security infrastructure requirements relating to transportation and rail networks;
• Design and evaluation of equipment utilising both centralised and distributed architecture for the transmission of video, audio and emergency communications over wide area wired and wireless networks;
• Design and provision of systems and equipment for the mining and resource sector (includes special application equipment designed to operate extended temperature and high vibration environments);
• Design and installation of kiln monitoring systems;
• Design and installation of video systems and analytics in detention and immigration facilities;
• Evaluation and strategic design of local and state wide data networks relating to video and security deployment;
• System and equipment evaluation audits for organisations and local government
Over the past 10 years he has specialist training and information packages for government and industry. His materials are used and presented by leading RTO’s across the country and he provides direct training and consultancy services to industry, organisations and local government which are used to up-skill staff and stakeholders in technology and understand the requirements of systems to meet their own organisation outcomes.