Learn about image quality as applied to surveillance, so you can select and set up cameras for optimal performance.Read more
Learn the main principles for how to extract product specifications from the standardized names of Axis products.Read more
Learn about different types of Axis network cameras and how they address various customer surveillance needs.Read more
In this app, you can compare video compressed using standard H.264 with Axis Zipstream technology, a radically more efficient implementation of H.264. You can see how the bit rate varies depending on the Zipstream level set.
Learn about hazardous areas, industry standards, and how explosion-protected cameras can streamline production and make the workplace safer.Read more
Learn why fiber optics are so essential to the infrastructure powering Axis products, and how they affect system design.Read more
This application allows you to change the frame rate and shutter speed of three sample videos. These two settings are important in understanding how they affect image quality.
Learn how to get the most out of Axis device capabilities in Milestone XProtect systems.Read more
The focus of this tutorial is how cameras in a surveillance project can provide the close-up footage required for identification and
This guide is about what image quality is and how to get it.
To work successfully with video surveillance, it’s essential to understand the basic factors that contribute to good image usability.
Learn about the basics of networking, including terminology and key concepts.Read more
Get feedback on answers to 25 quiz questions to find out if you should study more before taking the practice test, followed by the Axis Network Video Exam.Read more
Learn about the various types of lens available for network video cameras, and about how the smartest of them can make video surveillance easier.
Learn why, when, and how to install lighting in your surveillance networks to get the video quality you need.Read more
Learn about different types of panoramic cameras, and how one camera plays the role of many.Read more
Designing a surveillance system to function in low light conditions is not always easy. Axis Communications offers a number of products to support different solutions.
This is a brief walkthrough of different types of panoramic cameras and what differentiates them.
This step-by-step guide helps you select the best cameras for your operational requirements and surveillance scenarios.
Pixel density is usually referred to as pixels per inch (PPI). The higher the PPI, the more detail you’ll find within the image. The Pixel Density application allows you to manipulate different parameters and learn how they affect pixel density.
Learn about what these surges are, what they can do and how you can benefit from the built-in capabilities of Axis cameras.
Answer 40 practice questions and learn what to expect when you take the Axis network video exam.Read more
How to design a network video system depends on your application need and level of complexity.
Learn about Axis Zipstream and how it can help you save on bandwidth and storage.
Before installing a surveillance system, we recommend you do a site survey and document it for future needs and upgrades.
Take a look at ten key motivators for switching from analog to IP based cameras.
The goal of this article is to provide a better understanding of thermal imaging technology and when it can be used.
In this ten-step guide, we describe some of the challenges you can encounter during installation, and how to deal with them.
This article will guide you through some useful steps in troubleshooting your Axis network cameras.
Learn the basics about video encoders, the Axis naming convention, and the various methods of displaying video.Read more
A camera is only as good as the light available. In the Virtual Light Studio application above, you can see how different a scene do appear, depending on how much light there is, what type of light you're using and where you place your lighting.
Learn why dynamic range is a challenge and how it can be handled.