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Axis introduces video surveillance solution for small businesses with new Surveillance Kits

Published by Amelia on October 4, 2010 2:45 PM

With a focus on small to mid-sized businesses, Axis unveiled Surveillance Kits for their M10, M11, and M32 series of surveillance cameras. These kits offer easy and affordable indoor surveillance for use in office buildings, retail stores, banks, restaurants and more. Each of the kits features four cameras accompanied by easy-to-use Axis Camera Station video management software. For greater flexibility, the 4-camera kits can be scaled and combined to create any size system with up to 50 cameras.

With seven different kits to choose from, businesses can decide on a surveillance solution that best optimizes their needs. The Axis M1031-W Surveillance Kit comes with four compact Axis M1031-W wireless cameras that can detect movement in the dark using a built-in white LED and passive infrared (PIR) sensor. Powered by four Axis M1104 cameras, the Axis M1104 Surveillance Kit features HDTV 720p / 1-megapixel resolution and supports Power over Ethernet (PoE) for flexible and cost effective installation. For discreet surveillance, the Axis M3203 Surveillance Kit uses four Axis M3203 fixed dome cameras and is equipped with built-in intelligent video surveillance features including motion detection, audio detection, and tamper-resistance.

The Axis Surveillance Kits are all supported by Axis Camera Station video management software. The software makes it easy for surveillance operators to view, record and export high-quality video in several different compression formats including H.264. The Surveillance Kits provide the ultimate versatile video surveillance solution. Additional cameras can be incorporated into the system at any time as surveillance needs grow and change.