Axis' "Q" Explains How HD Improves Video Surveillance

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Axis Communications rolled out a line of HDTV dome cameras using H.264 compression yesterday at ISC West. The company, acknowledging the slowdown in digital camera changeouts in the sluggish economy, also introduced a compact, 4-channel H.264 video encoder for analog cameras. Details can be found here and here.

At a press briefing at ISC West Wednesday, Ken Fransson, product manager at Axis, gave a brief talk on the benefits high-definition video brings to surveillance. Axis GM Fredrik Nilsson, in his introduction, cheekily described Fransson as the company's "Q," a reference to the chief armorer and general gadget outfitter from the James Bond films.

Now, pay attention, 007!




Axis Communications rolled out a line of HDTV dome cameras using H.264 compression yesterday at ISC West. The company, acknowledging the slowdown in digital camera changeouts in the sluggish economy, also introduced a compact, 4-channel H.264 video encoder for analog cameras. Details can be found here and here.

At a press briefing at ISC West Wednesday, Ken Fransson, product manager at Axis, gave a brief talk on the benefits high-definition video brings to surveillance. Axis GM Fredrik Nilsson, in his introduction, cheekily described Fransson as the company's "Q," a reference to the chief armorer and general gadget outfitter from the James Bond films.

Now, pay attention, 007!




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