DVTel Joins PSIA In Support of IP Standards
DVTel Inc., a provider of intelligent security solutions over IP networks, has joined the Physical Interoperability Association (PSIA) as an associate member in continued support of the company’s efforts to promote standards within the IP-based physical security market.
DVTel says it has been watching the progress of PSIA and understands that it is important to support the activities of the group and to provide feedback based on a decade of manufacturing experience. The company’s IP-based solutions are utilized in enterprise, government, education, transportation, gaming, hospitality and correction markets.
PSIA is a global consortium of physical security manufacturers and integrators that are focused on promoting the interoperability of IP-enabled devices across every segment of the security industry. Under the direction of its Board of Directors, PSIA promotes and develops open standards relevant to networked physical security technology including video surveillance, access control, video analytics and recording solutions.
To date, more than 950 industry leaders have downloaded PSIA’s specifications, according to the organization.
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