Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Axis Communications articles below.
AXIS Camera Station Secure Entry streamlines security operations by unifying video surveillance and access control into one solution that uses a common interface.
To protect facilities, physical security and cybersecurity are increasingly intertwined.
In the past, security systems comprised of solutions from multiple vendors may have been an attractive option. Today, end-to-end solutions from a single provider offer many benefits over that model.
Network surveillance solutions based on sight, sound, and analytics can help businesses better enforce guidelines and obtain key insights into consumer behavior.
Here are a number of steps that facility executives can take to help ensure their digital devices aren’t risking their physical security.
With LTE technology, the 2N LTE Verso intercom does not rely on existing wires or answering units. Axis Communications business development manager of intercoms provides an overview of the product, as well as industry trends.
With new developments in technology, facilities today—more than ever before—can use network audio to proactively respond to incidents and deter criminals.
Budget, lighting, environments and other challenges to school security—and potential solutions for each.
Inclusive Sports and Fitness in Holbrook, NY uses Axis network cameras to help athletes with autism expand their physical, social and emotional skills.
The AXIS A8004-VE Network Video Door Station provides visual identification, two-way communication, and remote entry control. Bruce Stewart, the company’s business development manager, elaborates on these capabilities for facility security.
A combination of LED fixture, surveillance and communications technology, and camera, this new offering provides facility managers an advanced security option.
The new offering enables facilities to carry out multi-channel migration to IP video by leveraging existing coaxial infrastructure.