Global Edge works with Axis to provide a wide portfolio of IP-based products and solutions for security and video surveillance. The security cameras, video encoders, accessories and access control products are based on open industry standards. The cameras and related products integrate with video management software to build a complete security or surveillance solution.
Axis offers the market’s broadest and most consistent range of high-quality network cameras Axis' cameras cover a variety of application needs, from robust outdoor cameras for harsh climates, to discreet products for sensitive environments.
The cameras provide a number of capabilities – HDTV, wide dynamic range, infrared and Lightfinder to name a few – which ensure clear video even in difficult lighting conditions. Axis' cameras also provide advanced video analytics features, such as motion detection, audio detection and tampering alarm.
Fixed Network Cameras
Including highly discreet miniature cameras, for a wide range of surveillance applications
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Fixed Dome Cameras
With compact design for discreet surveillance
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Surveillance on buses and trains
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Pan, Tilt and Zoom capabilities for wide area coverage
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Reliable detection — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
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Provides a 360° view and optical zoom for detailed views
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HD and Megapixel Network Cameras
When every detail matters
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Outdoor Surveillance Solutions
Easy to install, weatherproof, and high performance
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AXIS P14 Network Camera Series
AXIS P12 Network Camera Series - Miniature HDTV cameras for exceptionally discreet surveillance
Outdoor-ready 360° surveillance - AXIS M3027-PVE Network Camera
The software that simplifies video surveillance
Banking & finance
Hotels & restaurants
Prisons & correctional facilities
Stadiums & venues
Products and Solutions
Security as a service
Network video recorders
Video management software
Analytics & other applications
Physical access control
Wide Dynamic Range
Electronic Image Stabilization
Benefits of IP Surveillance Systems
Simplified management and cost savings
Broad line of high quality professional IP cameras
Proprietary switch technology to maintain video quality over shared data / video networks
Scalable, high performance video storage options from very small to very large installations
Onvif compliance for optimum flexibility
Single support call troubleshooting
Professional services for sales, installation, configuration, and support
Axis for a safety touch at the Grey Cup Festival.
Four days, 241,000 people, and no security incidents: how IP security helped festival organizers keep the peace. Click here to read the Case Study (PDF)
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I See What's Happening in My Home or Office When I'm Not Around?
It's become incredibly easy to check in on your young child and her nanny from your desk at work -- or to monitor your business from your laptop at home, all in real time. Internet cameras allow you to connect to the internet via a broadband network and remotely view live video from any web browser anywhere in the world. Once your system is set up, the only requirement is Internet access. You can even monitor multiple video cameras or DVRs from your tablet or smartphone.
Some internet cameras require a physical cable connection, others are wireless and transmit their data via radio frequency (RF) signals or over a local Wi-Fi network.
Internet cameras are like mini computers that happen to have sophisticated optics built in. They come with their own software and need to be configured to a network in order to function. The network configuration is a relatively simple process for many devices; generally set up is no more complex than configuring a Wi-Fi network. While some models require a good working knowledge of Internet technology to get them up and running, that's becoming more the exception than the rule. Many cameras now come with their own apps, which make recording and viewing video on the web even easier.
These versatile devices come in a number of "form factors." Many look like traditional security cameras, but consumers have demanded hidden cameras (also known as nanny cams) with webcam capability -- and the market has responded. Internet cams are now discreetly hidden in a wide variety of form factors, from a clock radio to a book to a DVD player.
Does My Computer Need to be On All the Time if I Use an Internet Camera?
Generally speaking, no, but it depends on the particular camera and how you have it set up. If you are using a PC as a network access point instead of connecting directly to the network from the camera, the PC will need to remain on.
What is the Difference Between a Standard Webcam and a PTZ Internet Camera?
PTZ is an acronym for Pan, Tilt and Zoom. A PTZ camera can be viewed and controlled by multiple users just like a standard network camera, but has the added ability to be moved remotely. Unlike a traditional fixed camera, a PTZ allows a user to adjust the camera's view as necessary.
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