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Axis launches mobile surveillance apps

Axis launches mobile surveillance apps

The apps are compatible with Apple iPhone and Android devices

Axis Communications has launched mobile surveillance apps for its AXIS Camera Companion and hosted video solutions.

The apps are compatible with Apple iPhone and Android devices.

The mobile surveillance apps allow the user to easily switch from live view to recorded videos from any location within their surveillance system.

The integrated timeline also notifies about triggered events and allows the user to take immediate action.

It allow single images and videos of interest to be easily stored to users mobile devices and shared when needed.

Axis Communications country manager, Wai King Wong, said: “By completing our offering with our own in-house developed mobile apps we can assure optimal performance and full compatibility with our vast product portfolio,” he said.

“Providing easy remote access to high definition surveillance video gives our customers the tools they need to efficiently secure their operation wherever they are”.

Axis launches the mobile apps with the updated AXIS Camera Companion 2.2, with support for Axis Mobile Streaming.

This technology is specially designed to give quick and easy access to live and recorded high definition videos - even for installations where bandwidth is limited.

The apps are available for download free of charge and compatible with iOS and Android devices.


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