Physical Security: migrating from analog to IP

    Concerns associated with migration When I’ve spoken to users about migrating from analog to IP, I’ve found they often share the same view.  They are aware that new technologies and platforms can improve their systems’ security and efficiency and  they know that the possibilities offered by analytics  could  go far beyond video surveillance.  In addition, […]

      Smart City crime prevention: How the City of Detroit reduced violent crime by up to 50%

      When a city is looking to invest in smart city solutions, safety is often one of the key drivers for implementing an initiative. Crime prevention can be aided through smart surveillance by enabling authorities to have real-time access to video surveillance systems. The goal is to spot potential incidents that threaten security and manage events as […]

        Delivering security for the IJsedal social enterprise

        At Axis, we’re always proud to support organizations set up to provide opportunities to members of society who might otherwise struggle. Once such organization is IJsedal, based in the beautiful Belgian town of Overijse. Founded in 1969, IJsedal is focused on social employment, providing work opportunities for members of the local community – many with […]

          Studying up on school safety

          Traditional video surveillance is an extremely useful investigative tool – after an incident has occurred. Unfortunately, by then, school property may have already been damaged, valuable supplies and equipment gone missing, or a student or teacher victimized. Today’s video technology – when integrated with video analytics, audio, and access control -better prepares schools to mitigate […]

            Security and networked communications converge to create powerful enterprise solutions

            Communications and security systems – they’re two different animals in your company, right? Phones, networks, video links – generally under the IT domain; whereas security systems are typically managed elsewhere. But these organizational silos & technology walls are coming down. The lines that demarcate different types of technology are becoming blurred. This is being driven […]