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Raytec and Axis Communications to host network camera lighting education programme

Published on 16 March, 2012
The programme to help installers and users of IP video get the most from their system
Raytec and Axis will demonstrate how well-designed lighting can transform the quality of night time surveillance footage

Educational Test Night Programme – ‘Lighting for Network Cameras’

Hosted by Axis and Raytec: 20th March Copenhagen, Denmark.

During the dark months, many CCTV surveillance systems have to operate in the most challenging of conditions which can result in useless footage unless the right lighting solutions are put in place. Surveillance systems that integrate the right light source will achieve the highest levels of safety and security at night.

IP video surveillance systems are no different. With network cameras enabling end users to view live footage at anytime from anywhere, it is even more crucial to ensure excellent images 24/7.

With this in mind, world leading network video provider Axis Communications and LED lighting specialists Raytec, are teaming up to offer a free educational test night programme to help installers and users of IP video get the most from their system.

Attendees will be able to see for themselves how well-designed lighting will transform the quality of footage captured at night time. Each test session will include:

06.00 PM                   Arrival

06.00-07.00PM        Hot buffet in the club house

07.00PM                    Introduction Axis and Raytec

                                    Lighting for Network Cameras: set-up, challenges and design tips

                                    Infra-Red vs. White-Light LED technology

                                    Integrated Dome Lighting Demo

                                    Thermal and IR Demo

08.30-09.30PM        Summary and drinks in Club House

The sessions will highlight how new low energy LED technology can make significant cost savings over old inefficient lighting solutions.

Attendees can see firsthand the integration of different components, get the best installation and set-up advice, and pose specific testing requests.

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