Standards became a major issue in the security industry more than 15 years ago when IP-based equipment started to proliferate. The same is happening with IoT devices. Explore the dearth of cyber standards in the industry, progress being made, recommendations for next steps and more.
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.”
Formed prior to the outbreak of COVID-19, the NFPA technical committee on remote video inspections looks to have proposals for a new standard submitted by June.
The 20th anniversary milestone emphasizes the continued growth and demand for interoperable physical security solutions, ONVIF says.
Mike Mathes of Convergint Technologies and Jason Ouellette of Johnson Controls will serve as chairman and vice chairman, respectively.
Profile T includes support for H.265 video compression, an expanded feature set and more.
ONVIF Profile A is the first open specification that allows for the mixing and matching of access control devices and clients within a system, facilitating interoperability for multi-vendor projects.
Elite Interactive Solutions of Los Angeles becomes the first to receive certificate of compliance to UL 827B and UL 827.
The revised standard rectifies gaping inadequacies in how electronic security and fire/life-safety products and systems are administered to organize project specifications.
Several smoke alarm brands have been identified as lacking third-party testing laboratory marks on Amazon, including X-Sense, Arikon and Bovon.