If you are like me, using the web browser to fiddle with your cameras, you may sometimes get a bit frustrated over the cameras user interface.
The Axis PTZ domes allow to configure preset positions. These help to move quickly to a specific viewpoint. Part of such a preset is not just the P, T and Z position, but also whether the iris should be set to auto or fixed.
In logistics, it is common to have devices that make scans of products or their identifications. For example barcode scanners. This information is then stored in a database. It is convenient to store with that information an image of the product, so that a human can, for example, at a later time do things like check whether a package was already damaged during the scan. (more…)
In most cases a server holds information about a camera that clients can request. However, there may be situations when a client has no server query or the server has no service to store the information.
Is it possible to run PHP scripts in the camera? Now now it is. (more…)
Have you ever been frustrated on the cameras web page loading when you need to quickly switch between different pages? Do you find yourself solving this by opening multiple tabs in the browser containing a specific camera page? (more…)
Create a unique camera event that is based on (aggregated) other camera events in order to get better action rule execution control. Aggrevent Me allows more complex rules compared to the cameras’ built-in “additional conditions”.