Axis Communications’ Academy announced its 2009 training schedule for the “Fundamentals” course and “Advanced” modules. All Axis Communications’ Academy trainers have the highest technical competence, as well as expertise on the latest network video innovations and trends, according to the company.
“Attending our Academy trainings ensures that you will receive important product knowledge and a solid education in network video, so that you can recommend and implement Axis network video solutions. Our training program provides the tools and information you need to deliver and support your customers throughout the sales cycle – from demonstration and evaluation, to implementation, operations, and continual support,” stated Axis Communications’ Web site.
Axis Communications’ Academy was established in 2004, and since that time has provided training for more than 7,000 people. Fundamentals and Advanced courses are only open to members of the company’s Channel Partner Program.
The three-day Fundamentals certification course is designed to give participants the information and training they need to successfully complete an Axis product installation. This highly interactive forum includes a mix of informative presentations and practical hands-on labs covering:
• Networked environments
• Advantages of network video
• Camera installation
• Video compression techniques
• Image quality
• Video management software
• Intelligent video and event management
The course also provides advanced training on system solutions and design. With emphasis on practical exercises, students will set up a full-scale surveillance solution. Successful completion of the Network Video and Video Solution Fundamental is a highly rewarding investment, opening the door to reaching the Solution Gold level of the Channel Partner Program.
Managing video surveillance with AXIS Camera Station 3.10
AXIS Camera Station is a complete video management system for up to 50 cameras. Designed for Axis network video products, this video management software offers easy installation and setup with automatic camera discovery, multi-configuration of devices and a powerful Event Configuration Wizard. This course will give participants the skills they need to successfully deploy and manage a mid-size video surveillance system.
Migrating from analog CCTV to IP-based surveillance
Do your customers have large analog-based installations? You can help them maximize their investment in legacy analog equipment, while still providing them with the powerful advantages of network video. With Axis network video encoders, users from different locations can simultaneously view live images from the same analog camera using a Web browser or video management software. Video encoders also enable expanded migration possibilities with the addition of network cameras to the system.
Dates and locations are as follows:
Dec. 9-11, 2008
Greensboro, N.C.
3 Day Fundamentals
Dec. 16, 2008
Chelmsford, Mass.
1 Day Axis Camera Station 3.1
Dec. 17, 2008
Chelmsford, Mass.
1 day Migrating from Analog
Jan. 6-8, 2009
Springfield, Va.
3 Day Fundamentals
Jan. 13-15, 2009
St. Louis, Mo.
3 Day Fundamentals
Feb. 10-12, 2009
Toronto, Ontario
3 Day Fundamentals
Feb. 24-26, 2009
Portland, Ore.
3 Day Fundamentals
March 9-12, 2009
Tulsa, Okla.
3 Day Fundamentals
March 24-26, 2009
Minneapolis, Minn.
3 Day Fundamentals
April 14-16, 2008
Las Vegas, Nev.
3 Day Fundamentals
April 28-30, 2009
Montreal, Quebec 3
Day Fundamentals
May 5-7, 2009
Rochester, N.Y.
3 Day Fundamentals
May 19-21, 2009
Atlanta, Ga.
3 Day Fundamentals
June 9-11, 2009
Chicago, Ill.
3 Day Fundamentals
June 23-25, 2009
Vancouver, British Columbia
3 Day Fundamentals
For further information and to register, visit: You may also call or e-mail Tom Hanley, marketing projects manager, at 978-614-2000,