Improving livability in smart cities: How cameras and sensors add value

    According to a study from the UN, over half of humanity – 56.2 per cent, 3.5bn people – currently lives in cities and this number is estimated to rise to 5bn people (60.4 per cent) by 2030. This growth in urban populations has driven the adoption of technology in the management of city infrastructure and […]

      The 6 technology trends affecting the security sector in 2021

      It’s useful when looking forward to first look backward: hindsight has a wonderful way of providing context for future-gazing activity. And when looking back over the past year, one insight could understandably be that attempting to predict the future is a futile activity! While the COVID-19 pandemic had taken hold in Asia before the end […]

        Environmentally friendly surveillance: This is what you should think about

        The growing environmental awareness and the demand for a more sustainable future are a force that few companies can afford to neglect. This blog post helps eco-minded companies make more sustainable choices for their surveillance systems. As we all know, sustainability and caring for the environment are increasingly getting essential across most industries. The security […]

          Creating a sustainable business – competence and values in focus

          As Axis continues to deliver its progressive vision to innovate for a smarter and safer world, we need at all times to consider the trends in a global market that is increasing its focus on sustainable methods of operation. Sustainability is the driving force behind our operations. We recognise that customers, staff and partners are […]

            5 ways access control can transform business operations

            This post is written by Phil Campbell, European Sales Director at Quanika. Read more about Phil at the end. A major shift is taking place in the way companies and organisations operate: the way they use their buildings and manage their people. This transformation is being driven by a combination of external pressures, including the […]

              Zero trust networks, and the implications for video surveillance

              Networks are increasingly vulnerable. A combination of increasingly sophisticated and numerous cyberattacks and the exponential growth in connected devices – each of which creates another network endpoint open to attack – means that organizations are fighting a never-ending battle to keep networks secure. Historically, organizations have relied on ensuring that the corporate firewall is as […]