Thank you BICSI for hosting a highly informative and engaging conference in Orlando, Florida last week. The event showcased IT systems, fibre-optic cabling, voice, data & video, building automation, safety & security, AV, PM, data centre design & more in the Industrial Products and Communications Infrastructure industries. “… Our close association with BICSI and their mandate for [...]
The Axis Systems Group Welcomes the Recognized Industry Benchmark in HD Cameras ASG – Axis Systems Group is proud to introduce one of the Highest Megapixel and Highest Resolution Video Surveillance Camera Solutions in North America… The Avigilon HD Pro. The Avigilon Corporation is an award-winning and publicly traded BC success story with design, production [...]
Our close association with BICSI and their mandate for continuous education has helped us earn the status of being one of the fastest growing companies in BC. Watch Joana Barbulescu introduce The AXIS Group of Companies.
“Investing in training courses and certifications from BICSI allows AGC to identify quality installations for long-term sustainability. BICSI is the recognized industry benchmark and sets the international standards in communications infrastructure, which in turn, pushes AGC to meet and often exceed these higher standards…”
Watch Bob Fedoruk answer frequently asked questions about Passive Optical LAN.
Watch David Mayhew’s Round 3 entry to Cabling Icon on dropping cable down a wall.
Watch David Mayhew with his favourite system, Belden Gigabix, for Round 2 of Cabling Icon 2013.
Learn about the new Axis Systems Group with Bob Fedoruk of AXIS Technical Services. With our award-winning design, build, installation expertise and project management skills, our new entity AXIS Systems Group…
Watch David Mayhew of Axis Technical Services enter Round 1 of Cabling Icon.
Security systems are rapidly becoming a core part of Axis Technical Services’ business as the security sector switches to an IP format. In fact, many security cameras today have become “no different than a computer,” Ms. Barbulescu explains. They are “just another node on the network.” Card access technology is also evolving at a fast pace.