Axis Overview

Axis is one of the largest manufacturers of video surveillance globally. Axis was acquired by Canon in 2015.

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  • Axis has announced an open application platform for video analytics. This allows customers to run a...
  • Confirming the negative trend of Axis recent slowing growth and now shrinking sales, IMS latest report demonstrates that Axis market...
  • Axis challenges continued in Q3 2009 with the company admitting for the first time the impact of...
  • ...to acquire (camera companies with large market share and/or focused on megapixel -- Arecont Vision, Axis, IQinVision and Pelco). What Video Surveillance Company Should Cisco Buy?(polls)...
  • ... Certainly, things that are directly paid for, like Frost whitepapers and awards and Axis IP test will be included. What will be interesting to see if advertising/sponsorships for a...
  • Cisco has purchased a Scandinavian IP video manufacturer for $3 Billion USD - and it is not Axis. The purchase is for the videoconferencing market and the acquired company, Tandberg, is one of...
  • Axis has released a new section on their website dedicated to its hosted video offering. This section...
  • Future Research Projects on Sep 29, 2009
    Axis has announced a series of student projects for specific video surveillance research topics. This...
  • ...    Cameras Axis Launches Video Analytics Platform - overview and our review  Axis HD 720p/H.264 camera...
  • Axis has launched a video analytics platform that according to Axis will be the "cornerstone of their...
  • Will Cisco Buy Pelco? on Sep 22, 2009
    ... Even IndigoVision, Mobotix or Axis would be compelling choices though at prices higher than the first group. [Update 2012: Cisco...
  • ... It would be like Milestone announcing they are going to re-sell Axis cameras and add support for Milestone's VMS inside the camera. What value would that add? Even...
  • ... Pelco's IP camera portfolio is still far behind Axis. Such a partnership also implies that Cisco is unwilling to acquire an IP camera provider,...
  • P33 Dome Series Examined on Sep 11, 2009
    Axis new dome series is the P33 (see powerpoint deck for overview and video below). This dome offers...
  • ... By contrast, the Axis Q1755 is 30fps but only 1080i. The Arecont H.264 cameras provide a maximum of 24 fps at 2MP and...
  • NLSS, a video surveillance startup founded by Pete Jankowski has recently hired an Axis Director to run Business Development. Pete Jankowski founded two of the most successful video...
  • The two largest publicly traded IP camera manufacturers, Axis and Mobotix, have clearly demonstrated weak growth and a dramatic drop from just 1 year ago....
  • Axis market share is likely to simultaneously increase and decrease depending on the categorization....
  • ...Mobotix was a company routinely cited as weathering the storm (in contrast to steep growth reduction at Axis). With both Axis and, now, Mobotix showing substantial growth reduction it is becoming clearer...
  • High PoE Report on Aug 13, 2009
    Axis recently released a new report/power point presentation advocating/describing High power PoE and...
  • ... Direct Comparisons to Axis, Pelco, etc. misleading CSST should not be compared to most well known manufacturers. For...
  • ... IMS reports Axis as the 6th largest and their revenue is 'only' about $250M USD. The video surveillance market...
  • Axis' hosted video offering, formerly called STS, now called AVHS, is a key contender in the future...
  • In our test and analysis of Axis hosted video, 2 important developments should be noted. Axis hosted video offering supports...
  • ... Here's a review of the Axis 207 from 4 years ago - still a perfectly acceptable camera to use in deployment. Note: I believe...
  • ... Axis pointed out their Design Tool does include options that specify the complexity of the scene and...
  • ...] IP Camera test results released include: Arecont Vision 3105 Axis Q1755 Cisco SMB PTZ StarDot's 5MP Camera StarVedia's 202 Plug-n-Play Camera Vivotek 7161 2MP...
  • ... The DX8100 will support Pelco's IP cameras (up to 4CIF) as well as Axis cameras (with Firmware 4.xx). Finally, the new software version will include a Resource Manager...
  • ... This debate arose last week in the comments section of our analysis of Axis continued market struggles. Could this be? I do not know but I remain generally suspicious of...
  • ... March 6th Axis position on video analytics Axis is advocating using analytics on IP cameras. This is not news...
  • ... While this is not good for Axis and other premium products, it has delivered dramatic growth to companies like ACTi and Arecont...
  • So much for green shoots - at least for Axis. In their just released Q2 financial report, Axis leads with "No Change in Sales Trend" which is...
  • ... Compare to Axis Q1755. Price: Arecont's product pricing is generally lower than their direct competitors such...
  • ...emailing with a major retailer who explained their current system design - Pelco analog cameras and Axis IP cameras. He uses Pelco DX8100 series DVRs and decoders to record the Axis IP cameras. He...
  • ...information, see my analysis on the value of managed video, SSN's recap of managed video interest and Axis' webinar on Video Surveillance SaaS. Last mile bandwidth limitations Central to the future of...
  • ...  These are fairly inexpensive, often 50% of the price of the premium IP camera vendors such as Axis, Panasonic and Sony. Until the launch of HDcctv, IP had a clear advantage in resolution....
  • Attacks Axis on Jun 24, 2009
    ... The editor of Mobotix Installer magazine criticized Axis for "producing me-too products". As proof, he cited shrinking Q1 revenue in Asia Pacific...
  • ... Axis is the major exception) A couple of key deficiencies exist: Wider range of camera body...
  • Results of IP Camera Survey on Jun 05, 2009
    ... To the extent that ONVIF is favored, I believe this reflects the strength of Axis (as industry people who support ONVIF frequently note Axis as the main reason). (2) It's...
  • Timetable for ONVIF Support on Jun 03, 2009
    Axis told me that they plan to release ONVIF support to their camera firmware in Q3, 2009. This will...
  • ... For example, contrast this with the premium Axis Q1755 camera we reviewed recently. For background on the product see Vivotek's Product Page on...
  • Axis is much better known for its IP cameras than its VMS software. Nonetheless, their VMS, Camera...
  • ... This is how companies as diverse as Axis and Facebook successfully expand. 10 years ago, Axis was a fringe webcam company that security...
  • Axis announced an upcoming product enhancement that aims to improve megapixel image quality. Called...
  • ... While down from the 50% growth rate of early last year, the rate is significantly higher than Axis (once your factor out exchange rate factors for Axis). The Mobotix release highlights a 36.9%...
  • ... Axis to focus on marketing ease of use for their products Award Winners Announced at IFSEC Review...
  • ... Since then, we have seen a lot of advances - Axis now has multiple megapixel dome options (including the new 720p dome). IQinVision has 3 lines of...
  • ... [Note: If you are interested in a comprehensive breakdown on low light performance, see Axis' note on measuring illumination.] Dealing with Bright Sunlight While darkness and sunlight may...
  • The IP video surveillance industry frequently looks to Axis for guidance and recommendations on the future of the market. In this presentation, made at the...
  • ...This is one of the reasons I have decided to run and release product tests on an ongoing basis (see the Axis Q1755 test for the first one). Goal This report lays out the key elements in assessing...
  • Axis Falling Market Share? on Apr 25, 2009
    Axis 1st quarter results were weaker than Q4 2008 (see Axis' Q1 presentation). For the first time,...
  • ... They told me that they plan to be 30-40% cheaper than Axis but that they do not currently have any 3rd party VMS support. Without VMS support, it's hard...
  • ...Panasonic introduces new multi-megapixel cameras and Super Dynamic version (zip of multiple announcements) Axis releases mobile monitoring client Axis introduces 720p dome (demo video) Axis introduces 4...
  • M1031-W Camera Overview on Mar 30, 2009
    ... While there are many cube cameras on the market, Axis' new cube camera is the most feature rich in the market. Axis is introducing H.264, PIR sensor...
  • M7001 Mini Encoder Overview on Mar 30, 2009
    Manufacturer Description: “The highly compact, one-channel AXIS M7001 Video Encoder provides a cost-effective solution for integrating small or large numbers of...
  • ... The products reviewed are: AISight from BRS Labs (Voted Best Video Analytics by the NPS) Axis M1031-W Cube Camera with Integrated IR Axis Q1755 HD/Megapixel Camera Axis...
  • ... Included are webcasts from Axis, Pelco, IQinVision, Vivotek, ACTi, Avigilon, Mobotix, Cisco, Pixim, StarDot, JVC and Dallmeier....
  • ... By contrast, IP market leader Axis has recently hired a string of security system executives from Lenel, Honeywell and...
  • ... Axis Makes the Case for Encoders In a recent whitepaper on encoders, Axis recommends using encoders...
  • ... The key question, though, is how good are the cameras? We all know Axis, Sony, Panasonic, etc. offer high quality products. The key concern, for many, is the...
  • Mini-Encoder Details on Mar 08, 2009
    Axis announced a small form factor, single channel encoder. They have added a data sheet on it. Also,...
  • ...on the market?[premium_content]By features and price, the Sarix line targets those who currently use Axis and IQinVision. For these users (and integrators), I think the webcam comparison will not be...
  • As the largest manufacturers of IP cameras and open VMS software, Axis and Milestone are key forces in the video surveillance market. Recently, Axis and Milestone...
  • Axis on Video Analytics on Feb 28, 2009
    Axis is advocating using analytics on IP cameras. This is not news but I was surprised to hear their...
  • ...com, a managed video provider that uses Axis cameras. In the clip, they do a very nice job showcasing advanced features and configurations of...
  • ... What about Axis and IQinVision? Axis and IQinVision are well respected manufacturers of high quality products....
  • ... Axis Camera Comparison with Different Lenses: This post shares pictures from the Axis 211m using...
  • ... Look at the difference between Axis and Vicon. Axis growth has dropped from 40% in 2007 to under 10% in Q4 2008. By contrast, growth...
  • This report summarizes a presentation made by Axis GM Fredrik Nilsson on the progress and future of IP cameras (presented at the Milestone Partners...
  • ... After I saw the Axis results, I reached out to numerous dealers and manufacturers to see how broad and uniform the...
  • Axis Hammered by Recession on Feb 04, 2009
    Axis video growth dropped from 32% to 9% and, in Europe, revenue actually declined. This is bad news...
  • ...of the top 10 in video surveillance equipment, cameras and network cameras companies is provided in Axis' 4th quarter financial statement. You may download the presentation for the Top 10 charts on...
  • ...in IP Video Amongst companies focused on IP video, based on revenue (as well as general reputation), Axis, Milestone, Genetec and Mobotix are the top 4. Axis is the largest IP camera company. Mobotix is...
  • ... The report covers the following companies: ACTi Arecont Vision Axis Avigilon Cisco IQinVision Mobotix Detailed cost comparisons are provided and references...
  • ... Indeed, Axis emphasizes HD, rather than megapixel in its marketing, causing many to ask what is the...
  • ... The most direct competitors to the Digital Window will be the: Axis 212 designed for very similar purpose to the Digital Windows. The 212 has a 3MP imager that...
  • ... Indeed, these companies do way better than the deep pocket industry leaders like Pelco and Axis. The industry is incredibly over-reliant on sales people and trade shows. Ironically, these...
  • How Bad was the Q4 2009? on Jan 01, 2009
    ...dissapointing 4th quarters: On Nov 22nd, analyst confirms IndigoVision slowing sales On Dec 15th, Axis reaffirmed slowing sales On Dec 22nd, large DVR chipmaker reported lower sales Even the...
  • Are Trade Shows Dying? on Dec 28, 2008
    ... I would not be surprised if big manufacturers like Axis receive over 1 million visits per year.  If manufacturers spent even a little money on search...
  • ... Notice last week, Axis' stunning admission of a weakening market. The High End and Expensive Products Are Most at...
  • In a stunning, unprompted move, Axis has issued a press release confirming that growth in IP video is slowing significantly. While...
  • ...different from other well known megapixel manufacturers such as IQinVision, Arecont Vision, Lumenera and Axis (who is expanding their megapixel offerings). Most striking differences are: ...
  • ...Video Management IQinVision Low Megapixel Cameras Milestone Low Video Management Axis Lowest IP Cameras Examining Cisco's Risk Let's use Cisco as an example to...
  • ... Expect to see others provide and promote similar offerings, including Axis. Expect the practical customer impact to be in 2010 - 2012. Background Providing...
  • ...specifications can co-exist ONVIF Strengths As the global IP camera leader and de facto leader of ONVIF, Axis commands significant respect amongst manufacturers and integrators ONVIF seems to be favored in...
  • ... Of the companies I examined, Axis certainly offers the most sophisticated and rigorous case in its TCO report.  However, it...
  • ... According to Axis' own numbers, the TCO reduction is only 5-10%. To a CFO, especially in a recession, these will...
  • Axis 3rd quarter results demonstrate signs of a market slowdown, most strongly in Europe but with...
  • IP video is becoming mainstream but Axis' IP cameras may lose their dominance in the process. Six critical issues may undermine Axis...
  • Though available for many years, Auto-Tracking PTZs are generating renewed interest with Axis' recent release of their 233D camera.  The claim is that "auto-tracking enables a single PTZ...
  • ...Two Practical ExamplesAxis: Axis' business model scares incumbents far more than Axis' technology. While big companies can easily...
  • ..., a DVR manufacturer may support the Axis 207 but not the Axis 221). Determining what IP cameras a DVR supports is very important because...
  • ... Working with Volpe Industries and using video surveillance solutions from Axis Communications and Detexi Systems, Longmont now has a powerful surveillance solution. This...
  • ...Manufacturers such as Axis and Mobotix have been producing Network Cameras for almost ten years now. Initially, the...
  • IP vs CCTV on Jul 30, 2008
    ... Almost all DVRs in the last 5 years can be accessed remotely Axis characterizes the main problem as an issue of education. As I explained this week, I...
  • Top 5 IP Camera Problems on Jul 25, 2008
    ... Compare a Pelco CC3701H-2 to a Axis 211. With the same lenses, the Axis is double the price of the Pelco ($600 to $300). However,...
  • While Axis brought IP cameras to the enterprise, ACTi could be fostering IP cameras to the masses. With a...
  • While Axis is best known for its cameras, it does provide NVR software (with limited functionalities). Axis...
  • ...compression comes at a cost (For simplicity sake, I am going to ignore the technical details here - see Axis guide to H.264 for an excellent review). Think of H.264 being like zipping files on your PC....