New Delhi, India, May 15, 2015: Axis Communications, a player in network video, has announced a new release of AXIS Camera Station. The release includes support for two-way audio, which enables integration of Axis network video door stations and network horn speakers. In addition, ‘Axis’ operator mode’ is introduced, a dedicated interface for efficient operation that meet the requirement of the occasional user as well as the more active user in applications such as retail stores, manufacturing facilities and schools. The operator mode is a full screen view with easy access to key functionality such as live view, recordings and event log to improve operator efficiency.
“Many video management systems on the market today are quite complex to use,” says Peter Friberg, Axis’ Director Solution Management. “With AXIS Camera Station 4.20 we prove that it is possible for a video management solution to be both powerful – and easy to use. In addition, the support for network video door stations and horn speakers will provide new possibilities for customers to effectively secure their premises. With the launch of this new version we pursue our vision to make AXIS Camera Station the most easy-to-use and intuitive Video Management Software on the market.”
AXIS Camera Station allows the user to take full advantage of Axis’ market-leading network products, such as AXIS A8004-VE Network Video Door Station, for two-way communication, high-definition video identification and remote entry control, as well as AXIS C3003-E Network Horn Speaker that enables an operator to remotely address people and deter unwanted activity. Other included capabilities are 360º overview recording with client de-warping, multi-view streaming. Support for Axis’ Corridor Format, H.264 compression and Axis’ Zipstream technology and advanced camera-based video motion detection provides high definition video for identification even if bandwidth and storage is limited.
The new AXIS Camera Station 4.20 will be available for download during May, 2015.
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