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What a commitment to science-based targets to reduce emissions means to Axis
As part of our ongoing work to reduce the environmental impact of our own operations and across our entire value chain, Axis has recently committed to set science-based targets to reduce emissions in line with the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi). We met with Ray Mauritsson, Axis CEO, and Carl Trotzig, Director, Quality and Environment at Axis to hear why a commitment to science-based targets is so important to Axis, and the implications for our global partners and suppliers.
A new era for video analytics
Though analytics in video surveillance isn’t a new subject - the first analytics application appeared for Axis cameras more than 20 years ago – advances in technology have seen analytics take a step forward in recent years. And with future hardware, software and platform innovations, the ability to employ advanced edge analytics in video surveillance across every industry will accelerate further. While a key focus for Axis is developing the best quality surveillance cameras, alongside its partners it is also creating a suite of analytics that will allow customers to make optimal use of their
AXIS Camera Application Platform empowers developers making the move to edge computing
Axis Communications announces the release of AXIS Camera Application Platform (ACAP) version 4 offering new opportunities for developers looking to build solutions for Axis devices. Designed to lower the threshold for developers moving to the edge, it includes industry-standard APIs and frameworks as well as support for high-level programming languages.
Axis Communications commits to set science-based targets for reducing emissions
Axis Communications, a leader in network video, has committed to set company-wide emissions reduction targets in line with the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), which aims to drive ambitious climate action across the private sector globally.