AXIS Acapfence Guard 1 E-license
Description AXIS Acapfence Guard 1 E-license
This is the E-license of ACAP AXIS FENCE GUARD
you should not confuse this with the ACAP AXIS FENCE GUARD LICENSE
- Robust perimeter detection
- Multiple profiles
- Intuitive configuration
- Easy installation
Robust perimeter protection
AXIS Fence Guard is a trip wire application designed for protecting fenced-off areas from intrusion. The application automatically triggers an alarm when it detects a moving object, for example a person or vehicle, crossing a user-defined virtual line.
The application is typically used for after-hours monitoring of office buildings, industrial properties, vehicle depots and other fenced-off areas.
Easy installation and setup
AXIS Fence Guard is easy to set up and configure. The intuitive user interface with real-time visual confirmation provides an easy way to validate that the application detects objects correctly. AXIS Fence Guard-E is supported by Axis False Alarm Filtering that suppresses most common sources of false alarms, such as headlights, swaying trees and smaller animals. This helps focus the operators attention on actual threats.
AXIS Fence Guard-E can also be configured to adjust for perspective, to support long-range detection scenarios, with a simple calibration procedure.
Multiple profiles for extra flexibility
tings.Profiles make it possible to create multiple configurations, for example one configuration for daytime and one for nighttime, or configurations with different include areas. Each profile triggers its own alarms and has its own set
AXIS Fence Guard integrates with the camera event management system. The application enables event streaming to video management software and camera actions such as I/O control, notification and edge storage.
Typical application area
AXIS Fence Guard is especially suitable for after-hours monitoring of office buildings, retail stores, industrial properties, vehicle depots and other unattended areas. The application supports multiple trip wires and different settings, for example, for day and night.