SAN JOSE, Calif. — IP video surveillance product provider Vivotek has joined the Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) as a full member.
Realizing the importance of open standards in the industry, Vivotek applied for full ONVIF membership to be involved in the development of global standards for the interface of network video products, according to Vivotek Executive Vice President Steve Ma says.
“With the adoption of an open standard like ONVIF, the value, eligibility and reliability of Vivotek’s IP-based surveillance products are further enhanced, driving future business growth,” he says. “Via multiple working groups and meetings for standards establishment with other full ONVIF members, we believe that it will be able to cast greater influence over standards establishment, creating a better industry and safer world together.”
Established in 2008, ONVIF is dedicated to standardization of communication and interoperability between network-enabled security devices. The group currently has 468 members companies and more than 1,700 ONVIF-compliant products on the market.
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