Research indicates: Over 90% of collected data is never analyzed or acted upon. As a response, Bosch provides video analytics at the edge as a standard, adding sense, structure and manageability to video data and enabling users to take appropriate action more easily and efficiently.
This self-contained, covert IP camera features High Dynamic Range (HDR) and captures highly detailed video in all lighting conditions, enabling banking investigators and law enforcement to clearly identify faces and other distinguishing features.
Companies in every industry are investing heavily in corporate command centers – dedicated physical spaces for risk response such as NOCs, SOCs, etc. – with the hope of building a risk resilient organization, but many are falling short of expectations and not providing real value.
The Axis Communications Design Tool has been completely retooled to provide system designers with much more information on Axis Camera installations. Please join us for this demonstration of the powerful new tool from Axis engineered to take the guesswork out of surveillance systems. Read More
AXIS Camera Station training is an introduction course developed for salespersons and system designers. The course will give you the skills you need to successfully deploy and manage a small to mid-size video surveillance system. The training is carried out through a mix of presentations and hands-on exercises. Read More
The indoor AXIS Q1602 and the outdoor-ready AXIS Q1602-E are designed for video surveillance in difficult conditions, where users require color information in the video to enhance recognition and identification of objects. AXIS Q1602/-E cameras deliver progressive scan image quality at D1 (720 x 576) resolution. They incorporate Axis' unique Lightfinder technology, which makes AXIS Q1602/-E cameras sensitive to low light, effectively allowing the cameras to "see" even in dark conditions. Read More
Schools, businesses and enterprises across the world have experienced a paradigm shift since the terrorist attacks on Paris and Belgium. As active shooters and terrorists get more creative in choosing and evaluating softer targets, security leaders are striving to keep their enterprises safe and alert without damaging the culture.