AXIS C1410 Network Mini Speaker wins four awards
Axis Communications is honored to announce that the AXIS C1410 Network Mini Speaker has won three 2020 InfoComm Best of Show Awards presented by AV Technology, Sound & Video Contractor, and Tech & Learning publications and a 2020 BEST Award by Commercial Integrator in the Paging Systems category.
The2020 InfoComm Best of Show Awards , evaluated by a panel of CTS-certified judges, including engineers and industry experts, honor the best in innovation, feature set, cost efficiency and performance for serving the industry. The 2020 BEST Awards (Best Electronics Systems Technologies) from Commercial Integrator, judged by a panel of industry leaders, recognizes the best AV products this year. Scoring categories included product design and technological innovation, functional feature sand the benefit that each product provides to commercial integrators.
Launched in April 2020, AXIS C1410 Network Mini Speaker enhances security and paging systems by deterring unwanted activity through pre-recorded messages stored in the speaker or with live announcements and alarms to improve safety and notify security personnel while warning off intruders. This smart, easy-to-integrate PoE speaker features a PIR sensor that when triggered plays appropriate messages and notifies security all while blending discreetly into any indoor environment. Additionally, it offers the same built in functionality common to all Axis Network Speakers such as; weekly scheduling, messages stored in the speaker, health monitoring, PoE power and more.
With audio coverage of wide areas, AXIS C1410 Network Mini Speaker provides a cost-effective addition to a well-rounded security and paging solution. Based on open standards, and network capability, this compact yet flexible speaker is easy to integrate with other IoT, building and video systems as well as analytics. This small-but-mighty audio solution maximizes the efficiency of existing security systems by utilizing active deterrence to increase safety, deter threats and reduce crime.