Published on 8 April, 2014
|Axis booth visitors will get the chance to explore the benefits of network video solutions
Axis Communications, the global leader in network video is all set to demonstrate how video surveillance helps to protect people, property and assets as well as optimise processes and improve efficiency, when it exhibits at the Counter Terror Expo in April.
As well as showcasing its latest network video innovations at the international security trade show, Axis will be joined by Digital Barriers, which specialises in advanced surveillance technologies to the international domestic security and defence markets.
Axis will be exhibiting at stand E45 at the event at the Olympia in London. At the Axis booth, visitors will get the chance to explore the benefits of network video solutions for any public infrastructure surveillance application, especially around the following areas:
- Efficient protection of people and property
- Reduced vandalism and crime
- Enhancement of the city’s image
- Improved traffic monitoring.
Furthermore, throughout the two day event, Axis will be delivering the following seminar:
- Future trends in the use of video surveillance analytics
Speaker: Daren Lang, business development manager for Axis Communications
Date: Wednesday 30th April at 1:30pm
Location: Integrated Security Workshop.
Atul Rajput, regional director, northern Europe, Axis Communications, said: “The secret to success in the world of video surveillance is to create an environment where everyone can perform at their best while feeling safe and secure.
"We hope to demonstrate to our
guests that regardless of what
other technologies are being used,
the network camera should always
be the starting point when planning
and designing the surveillance and
protection of critical infrastructure"
“Network video offers countless possibilities for infrastructure operators to integrate security, safety and production control in one system; a system that allows supervision of all processes, video surveillance, intrusion protection and access control to remote sites, several locations and, if needed, into one centrally-located control room and even on a smartphone!
“At the event, we hope to demonstrate to our guests that regardless of what other technologies are being used, the network camera should always be the starting point when planning and designing the surveillance and protection of critical infrastructure.”
Dave Oliver, director UK enterprise account sales at Digital Barriers, added: “We are very excited to be launching our SafeZone-edge embedded intrusion detection system at Counter Terror Expo. It combines performance, simplicity, resilience and affordability. It has been certified under the Home Office’s i-LIDS® scheme as a primary detection system for operational alert use in sterile zone monitoring applications. It provides a compelling new argument for Axis camera installers and operators to embed analytics at the edge of the network.”
Amongst others, Axis will be exhibiting the following products:
- AXIS M3007-P network camera
- AXIS P1214 fixed camera
- AXIS P3364-LVE fixed dome camera
- AXIS P8514 covert camera
- AXIS Q1604 fixed camera
- AXIS Q1922-E thermal camera
- AXIS Q6035-C PTZ camera
- AXIS Q8722-E dual PTZ camera
- AXIS Q7424-R video encoder blade
- AXIS T8310 control board.
Now in its 6th edition, Counter Terror Expo is the premier international event offering the most comprehensive display of technology, equipment and services alongside a high level education programme designed to protect against the evolving security threat. The event will take place on Tuesday 29th April and Wednesday 30th April at Olympia in London, it will attract some 9,500 attendees and over 400 exhibitors.