The AXIS 247S Video Server converts one stream of analogue video into high quality, full frame rate Motion JPEG or MPEG-4 video. The recently launched AXIS 233D Network Dome Camera will also be on display. Aimed at the professional user, it is the world’s first network dome camera with progressive scan. It also features 35 times’ optical zoom and a maximum pan/tilt/zoom speed of 450 degrees per second.Axis will be showing its AXIS 12 blade video server-basedsolution that includes a 19-inch rack, the AXIS 291 1U Video Server Rack, witha built-in Gigabit switch and space for up to three AXIS 243Q Blade VideoServers. Each AXIS 243Q can convert signals from up to 12 analoguevideo cameras, enabling users to remotely access digital video at full framerate over an IP network. The solution is ideal for use in casinos, airports andtraffic monitoring, and wherever there is a need to migrate an analogue videosystem to a high performance, digital solution.Axis will also be adding to its family of megapixel cameras;demonstrating its new video management software; and showcasing cutting-edge applications from a range of Axis Application Development Partners.