Axon Interview

Video Recording and Evidence Security for Interview Rooms

Axon Interview is a video and audio recording system designed for the critical context of the interview room. When safety and truth are on the line, every moment of footage must be accounted for. That's why our system records crucial interviews with redundant, high-quality video and audio technology, ensuring that every moment is captured. Interviews can be streamed from anywhere on your network, and a 24/7 buffering option allows agencies to capture key dialogue even after it occurs.

Every Interview, Every Time

With Axon Interview, finding that key piece of dialogue takes moments, not hours. Users can bookmark, annotate, and comment on footage in real time. Custom metadata categories allow agencies to organize evidence in a way that works for them. Complete chain of custody is maintained, and audio and video masking protects attorney-client privileges and ensures defensible evidence. Managing interview footage is simple and smart with Axon Interview.

  • Protect your interviews from tampering and false accusation
  • Watch interviews from anywhere on your network
  • Make annotations for quick playback of key moments
  • Never miss a moment with a 24/7 buffering option
  • Create custom metadata categories for agency records
  • Cover your bases with redundant recording architecture

Technical Specifications

Tamper-Proof Technology

SHA-2 hashing algorithm and chain of custody including standard reports

Video Encoding

H.264 baseline and main profile (MPEG-4 part 10/AVC), streaming compliant

Camera Security

HTTPS encrypted communication to the camera, IEEE 802.1x network access control

Supported Protocols

IPv4/v6, FTP, CIFS/SMB, SMTP, Bonjour, UPnP

POE Support

Power over ethernet IEEE 802.3af/802.3at type 1

Covert or Overt Cameras

Support for either style of camera to best fit your needs

Rugged

Vandal resistant

Built In Redundancy

Redundant recording servers, RAID 1 redundancy for OS and application

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