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ONVIF Hosts 20th Developers’ Plugfest

ONVIF® hosted its 20th ONVIF Developers’ Plugfest in early June in Tokyo, a milestone that emphasizes the continued growth and demand for interoperable solutions. Developers and engineers from 22 ONVIF member companies gathered at the three-day event to test their implementations of ONVIF Profiles with other ONVIF Profile-conformant products. Developers could test their products independently for profile conformance.

NIST Recommends ONVIF Video Export Spec as New Standard for FBI

ONVIF® announced that its Export File Format, the ONVIF specification for the export of video from security surveillance recording platforms, is the new standard recommended by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for the exporting and playback of video surveillance recordings. In a research project commissioned by the FBI to aid law enforcement in forensic investigations, NIST worked in conjunction with ONVIF to adopt the Export File Format to serve as the FBI’s new minimum interoperability requirements.

ONVIF to Discuss Role of Access Control in Smart Building Environment at ISC West 2019

ONVIF announced that it will again be participating in ISC West 2019 with a presence in the exhibition as well as a speaker in the educational programming. ONVIF will host the ONVIF Lounge in the lobby of the Sand Expo, where attendees can catch up with ONVIF for latest updates and also relax and recharge their mobile devices. In addition, ONVIF will also be taking part in a panel discussion from SIA Education@ISC, the Security Industry Association’s educational programming at ISC West.

ONVIF To Speak On Smart Buildings, Interoperability At PSA TEC 2019

ONVIF announced that it will be a featured speaker at the upcoming PSA TEC 2019, the premier education and networking event for systems integrators, to be held March 11-14, in Denver, Colorado. To highlight the role of access control in the burgeoning smart building market, David Busco of Anixter will present on behalf of ONVIF in the session “Driving the Future: How Interoperability Standards in Access Control Can Enable Smart Building Success” from 1 – 2pm on Tuesday, March 12.

Milestone Systems Releases Support For ONVIF-based Camera Line From MOBOTIX

Milestone Systems released its Device Pack 10.0a in October and now supports the MOBOTIX MOVE camera series. MOBOTIX MOVE is an independent product line providing customers everything from a single source. “MOVE” stands for the use of mechanically moving parts in the cameras, meaning that MOBOTIX have parted with their previous product policy of only offering decentralized video systems on the market.

Bringing New Functionality To Multi-Supplier Access Control

The need for interoperability, which is making different types of devices or technologies communicate with one another, is certainly nothing new in our industry. It has paved the way for technological developments, while at the same time ensuring future-proof products. Most importantly, it has been a catalyst in guiding newer trends, such as AI and IoT, into maturity. As new technologies reach this crucial point where standardization is necessary for seamless integrations, we further see the need of open standards and cooperation within the market.

ONVIF Reflects On 2018 Activities In 10th Annual Meeting

ONVIF®, the leading global standardization initiative for IP-based physical security products held its annual membership meeting in early November, with an overview of important activities of 2018 and perspective on the year ahead. Attendees heard presentations on the final release of Profile T in 2018, an advancement which represents how ONVIF keeps pace with technological advancements that affect product development and interoperability between IP-based physical security products.

ONVIF Conformant Products Tops 10K In 10th Year

ONVIF®, the leading global standardization initiative for IP-based physical security products, has surpassed 10,000 conformant products that meet its global interoperability standards, further broadening the organization’s offering and relevance in the IP-based physical security marketplace. This level of conformant products marks yet another milestone for ONVIF as it celebrates its 10th year as a standards organization, providing interoperability specifications for IP-based physical security products.

ONVIF Announces Winners From Open Source Spotlight Challenge

ONVIF® announced the winner of the first ever ONVIF Open Source Spotlight Challenge. The winning app, CAM X, submitted by Canada-based developer Liqiao Ying, offers an Artificial Intelligence-based object detection system that utilizes blockchain solutions for storing information obtained from ONVIF cameras. The two-month online challenge, offered in conjunction with BeMyApp, offered lucrative cash prizes for developers who use the protocol provided by ONVIF to create open source mobile or desktop applications for advanced video streaming.

ONVIF Celebrates Global Adoption, Milestones Of Success With 10th Anniversary

ONVIF® is celebrating its 10th anniversary, capping off a decade of growth and rising influence as a provider of interoperability standards to the physical security market. Beginning with a small group of competitive manufacturers who joined forces in 2008 and growing to 500 ONVIF member companies, ONVIF continues to refine and promote its specifications for interoperability between security technology devices and beyond.