Tampa Bay Downs, one of the country's longest-running thoroughbred racetracks, has installed Axis Communications' video encoders to enhance surveillance in its poker room.
May 28, 2009
Axis Communications of Chelmsford, Mass., introduces a network camera with true HDTV performance in compliance with the SMPTE standard in resolution, color representation and frame rate. The AXIS Q1755 network camera provides crisp and clear images at full frame rate.
SSI Staff · May 20, 2009
Agilence Inc., a provider of intelligent video analysis solutions, is now an Application Development Partner (ADP) of Axis Communications.
May 05, 2009
Chelmsford, Mass.-based Axis Communications' four-channel standalone video encoder has H.264 video compression to reduce bandwidth and storage requirements without compromising image quality. The video encoder integrates four analog CCTV cameras into an IP-based video surveillance system.
SSI Staff · April 15, 2009
The first generation of convergence has given way to Convergence 2.0 and the recognition that the joining of physical and logical security is truly transforming the way solutions are designed, sold and used. Although the waters have been choppy along the way for stakeholders, this evolution is ushering in solutions that provide newfound organizational efficiencies and cost savings.
By Rodney Bosch · April 12, 2009
Expected to launch in April, the video hosting service will deliver fully-integrated access control and IP video as a managed service.
February 05, 2009
Adelphi University in Long Island, N.Y., implemented a security system with more than 50 IP video cameras that needed to be unobtrusive and state-of-the-art. The project included buildings, sports fields and a parking facility that spanned across the 75-acre campus.
By Scott Goldfine · January 31, 2009
Integrators have multiple venues available to further their knowledge, including several Web-based options.
By Rodney Bosch · November 30, 2008
So the consensus from this year’s ASIS show in Atlanta was that exhibit floor traffic was ...
By Scott Goldfine · August 31, 2008
The vast proliferation of network devices has outpaced the current Internet protocol standard known as IPv4. A new version, known as IPv6, remedies an imminent scarcity of IP addresses.
August 31, 2008