Managing Camera Calibration Certificates (01:44)

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Welcome to another Dome tutorial, this video will show you how to manage an enforcement camera unit and add a camera calibration certificate.

A camera calibration certificate is to confirm an enforcement camera is calibrated to a satisfactory level. They are also used to form evidence packs for court files.

To add a new camera calibration certificate, follow these steps:

  • Click the ‘Manage’ menu
  • Highlight the ‘Cameras’ section
  • Click the ‘Camera Units’ sub-menu
  • Select the camera unit you wish to upload the certificate to
  • A dialogue box will appear giving you the camera unit name, description, and a drop-down with the camera type
  • Click on the ‘Misc Documents’ tab
  • A list of camera calibration certificates already uploaded to the unit will be listed here. Each certificate has a specific date range
  • Click on the ‘New Misc Doc’ button
  • A second dialogue box will pop up and ask you to enter the document name, the date it is valid from and the date it will expire and a description
  • Click the ‘Upload’ button and select the document you wish to upload.
  • Click ‘Save’ to close the dialogue box and then click ‘save’ again to save the changes against the camera unit.

To edit a camera calibration certificate, open the document you wish to edit by clicking on it. You can then amend the start and end date, upload a new document and click ‘save’ when you are done.

To remove a camera calibration certificate, click on it in the miscellaneous documents tab, and click the ‘Delete’ button to remove it from the system.

Please contact us if you would like to learn more about managing camera calibration certificates in StarTraq Dome

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