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IP CCTV Guide Book from Axis

Axis provide a 120-page Technical Guide to Network Video – free to download from their website.

Ideal for a bit of light reading in that quiet period between Christmas and New Year.

From the Introduction:

The move to open video systems—combined with the benefits of networking, digital
imaging, and camera intelligence—constitutes a far more effective means of security
surveillance and remote monitoring than has ever been reached before. Network video
provides everything that analog video offers, plus a wide range of innovative functions
and features that are only possible with digital technology.
Before setting up your own system, you need to consider what features are required.
It is equally important to consider factors such as performance, interoperability,
scalability, flexibility and future-proof functionality. This guide will walk you through
these factors, helping you to achieve a solution that fully takes advantage of the
potential of network video technology.

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3 Responses to “IP CCTV Guide Book from Axis”

  1. maniooo Says:

    Link does not work… Or maybe something is wrong with their server at the moment. Anyway, great blog I have to say. I totally agree with You: megapixel cameras ARE the future. Keep up the good work.

    Regards.

  2. Phil Stewkesbury Says:

    maniooo,
    Thanks for your comment, I’ve checked the link and it seems to work OK at the moment, it is actually a link to directly download the full 120-page pdf document from Axis’ website so you do need to give it a little time,
    Thanks,
    Phil.

  3. maniooo Says:

    You are absolutely right, everything is ok now. Thanks again.

    Regards.

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