Vicon's CEO Eric Fullerton is challenging integrators to spec only ONVIF-based open platform systems.
Jason Knott · April 22, 2015
The organization’s education and enforcement campaign will help educate the manufacturing community about the specific requirements of compliance.
SSI Staff · August 12, 2014
The specification covers cameras, encoders and NVR devices as well as client systems such as video management systems, building management systems and physical PSIM systems.
SSI Staff · July 02, 2014
The global market for electronic access control will top $3.5 billion in 2014 — an increase of 7.6% over the previous year — driven by returning growth in the Americas and other emerging regions, according to IHS Technology.
Rodney Bosch · May 07, 2014
Unlike ONVIF's Profile S, which was driven in large part by the digital revolution on the video side of the security industry, Profile C for physical access control systems is the result of a more forward-looking approach.
By Baldvin Gislason Bern · April 26, 2014
The migration of physical security onto IP networks has hastened the move away from proprietary system architectures toward open platforms. End-user demand for interoperable systems and unified interfaces is a key driver in this evolution; however, it is also easing integrator challenges and affording manufacturers new opportunities.
By Scott Hudson · April 25, 2014
ONVIF announces the final release of Profile C, which brings the functionality of the organization’s global interface specification into the physical access control arena.
SSI Staff · March 05, 2014
More than 60 engineers tested the implementation of ONVIF’s specifications in their companies’ IP-based physical security products during the organization’s ninth Developers’ Plugfest.
November 01, 2013
IP video surveillance product provider Vivotek has joined the Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) as a full member.
September 19, 2013
Market immaturity is good for vendors but not for customers, as they must deal with inherent complexities. While every growth market will eventually mature, the IP surveillance market is taking an unusually long time.
September 02, 2013