Andrea Sorri

About Andrea Sorri

Andrea Sorri helps put the ‘smart’ in Smart Cites for Axis, where he is responsible for key market segments, including Government & Critical Infrastructure & City Surveillance. A ten year veteran of Axis, he is based in the company’s Lund, Sweden headquarters but has also worked in Cyprus, Malta and Israel. When not looking after Axis solutions and blogging about them, Andrea enjoys family life. A native of Italy, he holds a second level college degree in Telecommunication at the Istituto Tecnico Pininfarina in Turin, Italy.

Posts by Andrea Sorri:

    Security as a service: How video analytics is changing the industry

    With security becoming an ever more important consideration for many organizations, there is a growing trend for outsourcing security and guarding responsibilities to third party providers. This is not only true for large enterprises and critical infrastructure facilities; schools, smaller factories, offices and construction sites are all examples of customers who are increasingly enlisting the […]

      Intelligent video: Five cool things you can do with video analytics

      With network video cameras continuing to replace analog installations, I have seen a growing trend for adding on valuable extra functionality. As the images captured have become more detailed, cameras are also becoming much, much smarter. Video analytics has come a long way since I started in this industry – with applications ranging from motion […]

        Video surveillance cameras: Not just for security anymore

        It used to be that video surveillance was considered just a security application. Organizations would use cameras to ‘keep an eye on things’ in mainly a defensive or preventive posture. In large companies, those using video surveillance would typically hold a security role. Today, the capabilities of video make it a useful tool for a […]

          Don’t I know you? How facial recognition is improving security – and business intelligence

          Imagine walking into a store that you frequent regularly and immediately upon entering, a sales person has items that suit your particular taste, size or budget preferences. Or entering a hotel and having the front desk clerk knows precisely your room preference without even having to ask. It’s as if the minute you show your […]