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Vicon's CEO Eric Fullerton is challenging integrators to spec only ONVIF-based open platform systems.

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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

ONVIF has announced the availability of the Release Candidate for Profile C, which enables interoperability between clients and devices of physical access control systems (PACS) and network-based video systems. August 26, 2013

ONVIF has unveiled the Release Candidate for Profile G, a specification designed to store, search, retrieve and playback media on devices or clients that support recording capabilities and on-board storage. August 14, 2013

JVC Professional Products Co. of Wayne, N.J., a division of JVC Americas Corp., announces that its VN-H657U PTZ dome and VN-H657WPU outdoor pan/tilt/zoom (p/t/z) dome IP-based security cameras are listed as Profile S supporting devices by the Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF). SSI Staff · August 04, 2013

ONVIF has issued a public request for quotations (RFQ) to update the existing test specification and test tool for the group’s global standard for the interface of IP-based physical security products. July 02, 2013

Last week at the ISC West conference, the Open Network Video Interface Network (ONVIF) hosted a panel discussion to shed light on its latest profiles, stress the importance of industry interoperability standards, as well put an end to the misconceptions with specifications reported by installers and end users. April 18, 2013

While it has not progressed at the same pace as IT, physical security is nonetheless surely if slowly heading toward open and interoperable devices and systems. Find out why this is important to the future of electronic security and some of the organizations paving the way. By Bob Dolph · April 02, 2013

As the new Chairman of the Steering Committee for the Open Network Video Interface Forum, Per Björkdahl of Axis Communications is now leading the organization’s charge to create and promote IP standards within video surveillance and other physical security areas. He joins the conversation to discuss ONVIF’s work. By Rodney Bosch · March 06, 2013


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