Course description:

This course uses hands-on exercises with AXIS Site Designer to teach you how to design a network video surveillance system that takes into consideration surveillance goals, camera placement, light levels, and video analytics apps. You will get to know the tools Axis offers to facilitate the design process, learn how to use VAPIX commands for communication with and between Axis products, and understand how to handle physical sabotage and cyber threats. Examples of sites covered include a convenience store, a school, and a car dealership.

Practical information:

  • Format:  Intrusctor-led learning
  • Length: 0.5 day
  • Time: 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Language: English


Course outline:

  • General principal on network video system design
  • Axis site designer introduction and demo
  • Hands-on exercise for Axis site designer

Course objectives:

After completing the course, you will:

  • Be familiar with the cornerstones of a network video surveillance system
  • Understand how product selection and camera placement affect usability of a system
  • Know how to make decisions about products and product placement based on customer needs
  • Know how to use Axis tools to facilitate the design process
  • Understand how to use VAPIX to communicate with Axis products
  • Know how to take security aspects of a surveillance installation into consideration

Who should attend:

System integrators and installers in the network video surveillance industry who focus on designing solutions.


We recommend that you take the blended learning course Network video fundamentals before attending this course.