Axis plugin for Autodesk® Revit®
3D camera visualizations for professionals
Want to quickly and easily add cameras or other products to plan entire surveillance systems directly in your Revit building plans? With our free Axis plugin for Autodesk® Revit® you’ll be able to select and place interactive Axis products directly in your Autodesk Revit building plans and incorporate surveillance into your design.
Axis plugin for Autodesk® Revit® is fully integrated into your Revit projects, and lets you quickly access every Axis product as a realistic 3D model. When using a camera, you get a complete 3D visualization of your CAD design as seen from the point-of-view of the camera. This gives you a simple, intuitive way to help configure and verify the camera coverage.
Find the right camera
Axis plugin for Autodesk® Revit® also includes an embedded product selector tool. It helps you choose the right product based on your specific needs directly in Autodesk® Revit®, and makes it easy to add new cameras or other products directly in your CAD design. Each new camera you add is automatically updated in your design in real time. The plugin even lets you visualize your entire setup and customize both resolution, pan, tilt and zoom of the camera to adjust the field of view for each individual camera.
Chose the right coverage
Need a reliable way to verify camera coverage and adjust settings to prevent blind spots? Axis plugin for Autodesk® Revit® allows you to adjust settings like camera height, positioning, mounting options, focal length, corridor format and the target resolution depending on the situation, so you can be sure every corner of the scene is visible to the camera. To validate the placement of the camera, Axis Camera Viewer lets you see the view of a scene as seen through a selected Axis network camera. Once you've selected the desired settings for the camera, the added Collision Detection feature is available to recognize solid or transparent objects in the projected field of view. This rendering provides a true 2D representation of the camera’s coverage and displays exactly what is visible from the camera.