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A Peek Into Vicon’s Mission for Open Standards

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

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ONVIF, a standardization initiative for IP-based physical security products, has released Profile S, the first in a series of profile introductions that will aid end users and system designers in determining interoperable components of a physical security solution. January 17, 2012

IQinVision of San Juan Capistrano, Calif., releases the IQeye 3 Series, which features H.264 Main Profile compression. SSI Staff · December 12, 2011

In an effort to streamline management of interoperable products, ONVIF has developed a Profile concept. October 18, 2011

IP surveillance product provider Basler Vision Technologies has joined Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) as a user member. October 12, 2011

ONVIF has released a new set of tools intended to help member companies in designing and releasing ONVIF-conformant products to the physical security market. October 04, 2011

Samsung Techwin America has appointed Dr. Edward Wassall as director of IP Product and Business Development. August 07, 2011

As IP-based video systems continue to gain widespread popularity in the video surveillance market, one of the benefits is the ability to capture high-resolution images through megapixel video. May 25, 2011

Integrating disparate security systems together in pursuit of a seamless overall solution can be a time-consuming, expensive and frustrating process. Find out how an increasingly united movement toward establishing conforming products is alleviating these challenges and paving the way to true interoperability ... May 12, 2011

The Alliance-pro by San Juan Capistrano, Calif.-based IQinVision, is a multi-megapixel vandal-proof dome camera. SSI Staff · April 12, 2011

Standards governing the interoperability of hardware in the security industry have been a long time coming. The two big ones in our marketplace are ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum), and PSIA (Physical Security Interoperability Alliance). March 31, 2011