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AXIS AB (SE) - Axis' network cameras to be installed in SL buses i ...

Dienstag, 27.06.2006 10:33

 
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Published: 10:31 27.06.2006 GMT+2 /HUGIN /Source: AXIS AB /SSE: AXIS /ISIN: SE0000672354

Axis' network cameras to be installed in SL buses in Stockholm, Sweden

Axis Communications' network cameras will be installed in 2500 of Stockholm Transport's (SL's) buses. Axis' partner Visual Defence (VDI) has been awarded the contract for an integrated mobile solution for SL's fleet of buses. The installation is planned to take place in the beginning of next year. 
 
Stockholm Transport (SL) has decided to install network cameras in all the buses to increase the security for the passengers and SL personnel in Stockholm. The installation is a part of SL's focus on public safety in Stockholm.
 
The installation is built on a platform that will combine Axis' network cameras with Visual Defence's Digital Video Storage System mobile and is managed by Visual Defence's centralized Management platform. The Axis network cameras provide high image quality and Power over Ethernet, which result in a cost-efficient installation.
 
"During the last year we have noted an increased interest in network video installations within the transportation sector. I'm pleased to see that the cooperation with Visual Defence has resulted in an additional installation for Stockholm Transport. Earlier this year Visual Defence and Axis announced an installation in the subway system and at commuter train stations in Stockholm," says Ray Mauritsson, President of Axis Communications.
 
For further information, please contact:
Margareta Lantz, Investor Relations and Corporate Communications Manager, Axis Communications
Phone:+ 46 46 2721800,
e-mail: pressoffice@axis.com
 
About Axis - the global leader in the network video market
Axis increases the value of network solutions. The company is an innovative market leader in network video and print servers. Axis' products and solutions are focused on applications such as security surveillance, remote monitoring and document management. The products are based on in-house developed chip technology, which is also sold to third parties. Axis was founded in 1984 and is listed on the O-list (Attract 40) of Stockholmsbörsen (XSSE: AXIS), Sweden. Axis operates globally with offices in 17 countries and in cooperation with distributors, system integrators and OEM partners in 70 countries. Markets outside Sweden account for more than 95% of sales. Information about Axis can be found at http://www.axis.com/" class="hugin">www.axis.com.
 
About Visual Defence
Visual Defence is a global leader in the delivery of security-oriented communications and management systems over IP for the security and defence marketplace. The ability to stream, secure, store and retrieve high quality digital video and audio over standard wireline and wireless networks eliminates the role of expensive and inflexible legacy CCTV and security systems. Visual Defence provides innovative systems design, engineering and development services that integrate with its 'best-of-breed' technology platforms to ensure clients receive a comprehensive solution offering.
 
 


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