Industry Standards

Read: New ONVIF Add-On Concept Increases Interoperability, Flexibility

New ONVIF Add-On Concept Increases Interoperability, Flexibility

The add-on concept enhances the ONVIF profile model by enabling conformance claims to additional features and capabilities.

Read: Matter Smart Home Standard Release Postponed Until 2022

Matter Smart Home Standard Release Postponed Until 2022

The Connectivity Standards Alliance, which includes Apple, Google and Amazon, was set to roll out the interoperabiity protocal this fall.

Read: ONVIF Introduces Profile D for Access Control Peripherals

ONVIF Introduces Profile D for Access Control Peripherals

Profile D is designed to provide ONVIF interoperability for peripheral devices such as locks, credential/biometric readers, PIN pads, license plate recognition cameras, door phones, sensors and displays.

Read: ONVIF Releases Profile M for Metadata and Events for Video Analytics

ONVIF Releases Profile M for Metadata and Events for Video Analytics

Profile M provides a standard way of communicating metadata and events between analytics-capable services and devices like IP cameras.

Read: ONVIF Members Test Interoperability at Virtual Developers’ Plugfest

ONVIF Members Test Interoperability at Virtual Developers’ Plugfest

The Developers’ Plugfest gives manufacturers the opportunity to test their products against test tools and assess product interoperability.

Read: UL: Somfy TaHoma First Smart Home Product to Earn IoT Security Rating

UL: Somfy TaHoma First Smart Home Product to Earn IoT Security Rating

The IoT Security Rating is a verification and labeling solution for IoT products that categorizes products on an ascending five-level scale.

Read: Zigbee Alliance Rebrands; Now Goes by Connectivity Standards Alliance

Zigbee Alliance Rebrands; Now Goes by Connectivity Standards Alliance

The new brand is said to signify a hallmark of collaboration and creating standards of trust for the Internet of Things (IoT) industry.

Read: ONVIF: 20K Security Products Now Conformant to Profiles

ONVIF: 20K Security Products Now Conformant to Profiles

ONVIF-conformant products are produced only by member companies and must support at least one ONVIF profile.

Read: How the Alarm Industry Can Raise the Bar to Properly Test Systems

How the Alarm Industry Can Raise the Bar to Properly Test Systems

Equipment, layout, wiring, transmission equipment, service and monitoring need to be tested together to ensure a “system” operates as intended.

Read: Inside the NFPA’s Proposed Standard for Remote Inspections

Inside the NFPA’s Proposed Standard for Remote Inspections

NFPA 915 Standard for Remote Testing will “provide minimum requirements for remote inspections to deliver an equivalent or improved result as that which would be obtained with other inspection methods.”

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