Optimizing port security – protecting valuable goods
Harbor security is not only about protecting the great amount of valuable goods that pass the premises every day. It is also about protecting the harbor as a part of the critical infrastructure. To solve this efficiently, many port authorities
and cargo operators have chosen Axis network video solutions.
With the world’s broadest range of IP cameras and video encoders, Axis enables cost-effective monitoring of harbor areas such as:
- Entrances and exits
- Water fronts
- Critical buildings and warehouses
- Cargo and parking areas
Increasing the everyday efficiency
Several of Axis harbor customers also use the IP-based surveillance system to handle everyday business in a more efficient way. Examples include:
- Remote monitoring of container identification numbers, rail car number and other data, which was earlier inspected by foot.
- Remote inspections for container and cargo damage
- Improved staff training, based on real life incidents and live scenarios
With Axis, you get a future-proof and flexible surveillance solution that can grow with your needs. In addition, you benefit from a wide range of capabilities that makes it possible to reduce costs and save valuable time:
- Automatic alerts when someone enters a restricted area – day or night
- High-quality HDTV video images, facilitating incident investigations and identifications
- Built-in intelligence, offering people counting, motion detection and more
- Network access to live and recorded video, allowing multiple authorized persons to view video at the same time
Time to go digital
Many harbors have chosen Axis video encoders as their first step into the IP-based video surveillance world. This has enabled them to protect their investments made in analog CCTV cameras and yet benefitting from the many advantages of network video technology.
Reliable detection in darkness
Axis thermal network cameras are a perfect complement to any professional IP-Surveillance system that needs to secure an area or a perimeter
in complete darkness.
See: Axis thermal network cameras