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Axis launches new video solutions at ISC East

November 14, 2023  By  SP&T Staff

Axis Communications is launching a variety of new products at ISC East, held in New York this week, including multidirectional panoramic cameras, bullet cameras, a stainless-steel dome camera designed for harsh environments, and new video recorders.

“We are proud to expand beyond what traditional surveillance technologies are able to do, leading to new opportunities and enhanced value for customers and partners,” said Fredrik Nilsson, VP, Americas, Axis Communications, in a statement. “As we continue to build upon our R&D work, and our collaborations, we plan to accelerate the introduction of leading-edge solutions. Our latest offerings exemplify the evolution of several technologies, and they provide our customers with new capabilities and efficiencies. We’re pleased to launch these solutions at ISC East, and we’re excited for what we have in store for 2024 and beyond.”

The solutions include:

AXIS P37 Panoramic Camera Series includes three new cameras suited for wide area surveillance: AXIS P3735-PLE delivers 4*2 MP at 30 fps per channel, AXIS P3737-PLE delivers 4*5 MP at 20 fps per channel, and AXIS P3738-PLE delivers 4*4K at 15 fps per channel. These compact cameras can be recessed mounted or mounted in ceilings for 360° coverage. Featuring a tamper-resistant casing and integrated IP66-/IP67-rated weather shield, they’re protected against rain, snow and sunlight.

AXIS Q18 Bullet Camera Series includes two high-performance cameras: AXIS Q1805-LE offers 2 MP, while AXIS Q1806-LE offers 4 MP. With OptimizedIR, they provide clear footage in complete darkness up to 100 m (328 ft) without the need for extra lighting. With Lightfinder 2.0 and Forensic WDR, they deliver colours and detail in challenging light or near darkness. Enclosed in an aluminum casing, they can handle temperatures ranging from -40 °C to 60 °C.

The AXIS P3268-SLVE stainless-steel 8 MP dome camera with deep learning is designed for use in harsh environments. DNV-certified, the camera that can withstand the corrosive effects of seawater and cleaning chemicals. It’s also certified by NSF/ANSI to Standard 169 (Special Purpose Food Equipment and Devices) for use in food processing facilities. With Lightfinder 2.0, Forensic WDR, and OptimizedIR, it delivers 4K image quality under any light conditions. Additionally, the camera includes a DLPU, offering improved processing and storage capabilities.

Axis has also introduced two new recorders (AXIS S3008 Mk II Recorder and AXIS S3016 Recorder) and enhancements to its AXIS Object Analytics — video analytics that come preinstalled on compatible Axis cameras.

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