Axis Communications is returning for the 21st edition of Intersec from 20 – 22 January 2019. Axis will showcase the many dimensions of products, solutions and services across Retail, Critical Infrastructure and Smart Cities.
Networking solutions vendor Axis Communications, has announced the launch of a new Axis Certification Programme, an initiative that is open to all security professionals who want to validate their competence and skills in IP video surveillance.
Axis Communications introduced its new chip, ARTPEC-4 for network video products significantly enhances image quality and video analytics performance in Axis' network video cameras and video encoders. ARTPEC-4 is designed to offer video with lower noise and higher light sensitivity for sharper images of moving objects. The chip is a key enabler of Axis' unique Lightfinder technology, which allows cameras to 'see' clearly in dark and low-light conditions. Lightfinder is included in the award-winning AXIS Q1602 Network Camera, the market's most light sensitive surveillance camera.
Axis Communications announced the launch of its two new fixed network cameras, AXIS Q1604 and AXIS Q1604-E. The new network cameras are created to offer clear surveillance in most of the demanding scenarios like highly variable lighting conditions by identifying both people and objects even when light comes through a glass window or entrance creating both dark and bright zones.
South Africa based leading distributor of networking products Duxbury Networking signed an distribution agreement with Axis Communications to distribute the Axis range of IP-based surveillance and remote monitoring camera offerings, targeting both small to medium-size businesses (SMEs) and the enterprise market across the Sub Saharan Africa. “The Axis range is an ideal complement to our portfolio. With the addition of management software, network integration and video data storage options, we are able to offer comprehensive surveillance solutions for a wide range of applications in small retail shops, large office environments and to customers in the education sector.” says Graham Duxbury, CEO, Duxbury Networking .
Axis Communications introduced Axis M70 and Axis P72 its new range of new video encoders equipped with most comprehensive set of network capabilities. These products enable cost-effective migration of analog cameras into a powerful IP-based video surveillance system, and are ideal for locations such as gas stations, convenience stores and small offices. "This addition to our broad range of video encoders is a superior alternative to competitive offerings thanks to its price level, flexibility and extensive functionality," says Baraa Al Akkad, Regional Manager, Axis Communications Middle East.
Axis Communications, today unveiled the world's smallest, ceiling mount pan/tilt/zoom dome cameras AXIS M50 in the region. AXIS M50 PTZ Dome Network Camera Series offers business managers a highly discreet and affordable solution for remotely monitoring indoor areas, such as stores, banks, hotels, office lobbies, restaurants and warehouses, to more effectively manage one or more locations and improve security. With a sleek and compact design, AXIS M50 cameras are only 13 cm (5.1”) wide and 5.6 cm (2.2”) high, enabling discreet, high-quality 360° surveillance in HDTV. A built-in microphone also allows managers to use the audio detection function to monitor for unusual noises during off-hours to trigger a security alarm.
Axis Communications today announced the introduction of the Axis Camera Station in Arabic, Turkish and Farsi to offer comprehensive video management software designed for small- to mid-sized systems in the Middle East. Installed on a standard PC, the Axis Camera station is ideal for retail shops, hotels and schools. It offers easy installation and setup with automatic camera discovery, a powerful Configuration Wizard and efficient management of the Axis network video products in the system.