Axis releases Camera Station 5

May 2016 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

Axis Camera Station 5 is a full-featured VMS for mid-size installations comprising from four to 50 IP cameras. Together with the Axis S10 Series of network video recorders and Axis’ IP products it offers a complete video surveillance monitoring and recording solution.

The new version introduces hardware decoding, integration of third-party IP cameras and Axis Optimised Rendering for high-definition identification and smooth videos with resolutions up to three 4K video streams. A new mobile viewing app allows for easy remote monitoring.

The user interface of Axis Camera Station has been designed for ease of use. The ’Operator Mode’ provides a dedicated interface for efficient operation that meets the requirements of the occasional user as well as the more active user in installations such as larger retail stores, schools and manufacturing facilities.

Axis Camera Station 5 introduces support for hardware decoding and Axis Optimised Rendering. The new ‘Scrubbing’ function allows users to quickly search through video footage from multiple cameras at the same time.

A free mobile viewing app available for Android- and iOS-based mobile devices allows users to view live video from cameras as well as recorded video footage.

Axis Camera Station 5 allows users to take advantage of Axis’ range of video surveillance cameras and technologies. It supports 360º overview recording, H.264 compression, multi-view streaming, Axis’ Corridor Format, Axis’ Zipstream technology and advanced camera-based video motion detection. Additional functionality can easily be added with ACAP applications.

Other security and video surveillance solutions from Axis such as door stations for easy identification and remote entry control or horn speakers for remote speaking in video surveillance applications can be used with Axis Camera Station 5 as well. To meet specific needs, the new version also supports integration of third-party IP cameras.

Roy Alves.
Roy Alves.

“System reliability is fundamental in any video surveillance installation,” says Roy Alves, business development manager at Axis Communications. “Axis Camera Station 5 together with our portfolio of IP security products offer a proven and easy to use security solution for installations such as schools, manufacturing sites and more.”

Existing Axis Camera Station customers with up to 32 devices and all Axis S10 Recorder customers regardless of system size will benefit from a free upgrade to Axis Camera Station 5.

Axis Camera Station 5 offers a 30-day free trial period and can be downloaded from www.axis.com/products/axis-camera-station.

For more information, contact Sasha Bonheim, Axis Communications, +27 (0)11 548 6780, sasha.bonheim@axis.com



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