A fresh look at entry level video surveillance systems
Axxon Smart IP is a professional entry level video surveillance system featuring most of the characteristics of the more advanced AxxonSoft systems. A unique user interface, video analysis capabilities, complex event response scenarios, role-driven multi-user interface, support for more than 130 models of integrated IP-devices of various manufacturers, capability to create separate video archives for different alarm types with individual archiving settings – with all these features, Axxon Smart IP provides an unparalleled range of capabilities for its price range.
Open platform for seamless integration
Axxon Smart IP supports more than 130 models of IP-cameras and IP-videoservers from more than 20 manufacturers including Axis, Bosch, JVC, Mobotix, Panasonic, Sony. AxxonSoft is constantly extending its list of integrated IP-devices in order to provide the end user with maximum ﬂexibility for optimum equipment selection. Axxon Smart IP supports all widely used video image compression algorithms – MPEG-4, H.264, MJPEG, as well as the in-house designed Motion Wavelet algorithm.
AxxonSoft developers have analyzed all typical situations occurring in everyday operation of a security service and selected one optimal way to deal with each situation. This concept is realized in the unique OpenGL-based interface which gives the user maximum convenience and on-the-ﬂy control in every detail. To further enhance its usability, the system supports automatic IP-device detection and DynDNS remote access allowing for the remote operation of the system without static IP-address assignment.
State of the art video analytics
Video analysis tools empower the operators by bringing to their attention only the important events and saving them from the need to analyze all the information coming from numerous cameras. The Axxon Smart IP intellectual tools include:
• abandoned object detector;
• motion and motion direction detector;
• face detector;
• line intersection detector;
• zone entry/exit detector;
• item appearance/disappearance in the zone detector;
as well as several service detectors generating alarms in case of camera failure:
• background change detector;
• camera shift detector;
• lens blocking detector;
• overexposure detector;
• out-of-focus detector.