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What is Dori

DORI stands for Detect, Observe, Recognise, Identify. The DORI distance is a “general proximity” of distance which makes it easy to pinpoint the right camera for your needs.

DORI is a standard developed by the British Security Industry Association, BSIA.

The BSI document titled “planning, design, installation and operation of CCTV surveillance systems code of practice and associated guidance” covers many aspects of surveillance systems.

Considerations when selecting a camera and lens combination, consider:

  • Type/Size of Object of interest
  • Distance to Object of Interest
  • Scene Lighting
  • Camera Resolution/Imager
  • Size
  •  Camera Lens Focal Length
  • Expected Purpose of Camera
DORI Explained

The better the brief, the better the system can be tailored to suit one’s needs. Some important factors to take into consideration would be;

  • Quality of video required
  • Light sources that could affect quality of video
  • Distance to scene
  • InfraRed distance required for night vision
  • Depth of View
  • Angle of view

When selecting a camera and lens combination, consideration needs to be taken of:

  • Type/Size of Object of interest
  • Distance to Object of Interest
    Scene Lighting
  • Camera Resolution/Imager Size
  • Camera Lens Focal Length
  • Expected Purpose of Camera

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