Axis Communications SA
Retail solutions beyond security
Issue 8 2020, Technews Publishing, Hikvision South Africa, Editor's Choice, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
The need for security technology to deliver more than videos of people falling or stealing from retail stores is greater than ever.
Improving patient care
Issue 2 2021, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Healthcare (Industry)
Nemours Children’s Health System has installed Axis network video cameras in every patient room to improve patient care to avoid nuisance alarms.
Access control during a health crisis
Issue 2 2021, Healthcare (Industry)
Preventing the transmission of coronavirus in healthcare settings is obviously critical. Paul Baratta discusses access control and how it can help healthcare providers today and well into the future.
Access control in retail
Issue 1 2021, Retail (Industry)
Introducing an IP-based access control system to a proven and agile video platform makes for some interesting use cases in retail.
Deep learning on-board
Issue 9 2020, Products
Resource intensive analytics, like facial recognition, has for the most part been server based only, expensive to deploy and difficult to scale into larger systems.
The impact of AI on surveillance
CCTV Handbook 2020, Technews Publishing, Hikvision South Africa, Cathexis Technologies, Dahua Technology South Africa, Editor's Choice
Artificial intelligence is a popular buzzword in the security industry that has us expecting real-life science fiction, but what is its real impact?
A fresh look at TCO
CCTV Handbook 2020, Editor's Choice
Total Cost of Ownership is a way for strategic buyers to move beyond looking at the upfront price to understanding all costs associated with procuring, deploying and operating a system.
Throwing light on low-light technology
CCTV Handbook 2020, Bosch Building Technologies, Dahua Technology South Africa, Hikvision South Africa, Technews Publishing, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
How far have manufacturers advanced in developing low-light technology that can deliver colour images in almost total darkness?