when they turn off the free money for the useless eaters ( you can tell which ones buy their answers) they should weed them selves out after about 3 weeks or so. unfortunately the last two people are viewed as terrorist now a days.
if its about the trade shows the best answers will be the ones from the employees about their CEO's/owners or their latest buy out.
but if you really want to troll people there you should ask the low levels employees how they feel about getting bought out by Hikvison ( even if they are not)
IPVMU Certified | 07/06/16 02:09am
When I interview people one of the questions I ask is what is the difference between a bit and a byte. About half don't know.
1.) I don't know that trade shows are the best forum to really get a true sample of integrator knowledge. It would be important to notate who exactly you were talking to and what exactly they are.
2.) I, personally, wouldn't really feel comfortable humiliating people on video unless they were doing or saying things that were totally shady, but that's your call. I also am not a big fan of those videos like posted above, so take that for what it's worth.
3.) There is no doubt it would be absolutely hilarious.
What would really be interesting is to give a basic tech quiz to the people who speak at events on video surveillance...
Who claims the highest resolution Multi-MegaByte camera of all time?
- Scallop Imaging
- Samsung Techwin
- Nonsensical question
Answer: 1, claiming a whopping 7MB, Scallop Imaging is the clear winner in the MegaByte camera race, besting both Samsung Techwin at 5MB and Arecont at 2MB by a wide margin.
Pro Focus LLC | 07/06/16 12:49pm
Would it be funny and entertaining, sure, but I think it would prove to be more negative than positive for IPVM. I just don't see the value overall to the members. We can watch Jimmy Kimmel if we want to see idiots on the street. Demeaning people in the industry isn't going to endear them to become members. They will only resent you. Along with others here of differing experience and knowledge. I would take a pass on this idea.