ONVIF hosted its 21st Developers’ Plugfest late last year in Rome, an event that highlighted the continued demand for interoperable solutions. More than 30 developers and engineers from 18 ONVIF member companies gathered for this multi-day event, which featured 164 hours of testing. Attendees tested their implementations of ONVIF profiles along with other ONVIF profile-conformant products. Developers could also test products independently for profile conformance.
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.
ONVIF® hosted its 17th ONVIF Developers’ Plugfest in early November in Seoul, South Korea – the group’s second largest plugfest ever and the largest in the past five years. With multiple testings of ONVIF conformant products, the Developers’ Plugfest included interoperability testing for all six ONVIF profiles, including prototypes for the Release Candidate of Profile T for advanced streaming.
ONVIF®, the leading global standardization initiative for IP-based physical security products, hosted its 16th ONVIF Developers’ Plugfest (ODP) May 10–12 in Québéc City, Québéc, at the Delta Hotel Quebec City in the Old Town district. With multiple testings of ONVIF conformant products, the Developers’ Plugfest offered interoperability testing for five ONVIF profiles, including the Release Candidate of Profile A for broader access control configuration, which is scheduled for final release this summer.
ONVIF®, the leading global standardization initiative for IP-based physical security products, hosted its 14th Developers’ Plugfest June 1-3 in Brentford, West London, at the Holiday Inn London – Brentford Lock. With multiple testings of ONVIF conformant products, the Developers’ Plugfest included interoperability testing for all six ONVIF profiles, including Profiles Q and A, which are both scheduled for final release in 2016, and Profile T, ONVIF’s newest profile for video that is currently in development.
ONVIF, the leading global standardization initiative for IP-based physical security products, hosted its annual membership meeting late last month. Attendees heard presentations on ONVIF successes from 2014, including the release of two new profiles, as well as an outline of new initiatives for 2015, such as the planned release of Profile Q and a new client test tool.
ENP Newswire – 12 March 2014 Release date- 10032014 – HANGZHOU, CHINA -Dahua Technology, a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of video surveillance products headquartered in Hangzhou, China attended the 10th ONVIF Developer’s Plugfest in Fukuoka . The Plugfest consists of two parts, peer to peer testing and user scenario testing, not only allowing manufacturers to inter-test separately, but also providing a chance to simulate a real operation environment for testers, for example, multiple brand devices operating at the same time. Being a full member of ONVIF, Dahua Technology carried out tests as a device provider for both device and client under Profile S and Profile G. During the three-day testing, there are over 5 client venders and 15 server providers inter-testing with Dahua , including Axis, Canon, Exacq, Pelco, Samsung and etc. The testing result shows that both Dahua client and server conform to the ONVIF Network Interface Specification Set, version 2.4.1; and its front-end and storage devices could support recording search/control, replay and many other functions under Profile G; and start to support new features such as video analytics, OSD in addition to basic ones such as video, PTZ, event and alike. ‘ Dahua attaches great importance to interoperability and this is our third time attending the event,’ said James Wang , Overseas Product Director at Dahua Technology. ‘We see ONVIF developer’s plugfest not only a single event to spot out issues of compatibilities, but also an opportunity to keep ourselves posted with the latest industrial trends.’ ‘Among […]
23-11-2013 ONVIF recently conducted its 9th Developers’ Plugfest in late September, the second largest such event, this plugfest drew more than 60 individuals representing 29 ONVIF member companies that have implemented the ONVIF specification in their IP-based physical security products. Held in San Diego, California, USA, the three-day event featured more than 3000 hours of product testing and assessment of ONVIF Profiles S for video and audio streaming, Profile G for recording and playback, as well as for devices using a combination of the two Profiles. “With Profile G nearing its final release, interest is ramping up among developers who brought several Profile G-related test devices to the plugfest,” said Canon’s Takahiro Iwasaki, Chairman of the Taskforce – Developers’ Plugfest, part of ONVIF’s Technical Services Committee. “ONVIF’s Developers’ Plugfests continue to serve as a great opportunity for companies to bring their products for testing in a trusted, supportive environment.” Following on a process begun at a plugfest in Italy last March, participants conducted User Scenario Testing, which allowed a client — connected with multiple devices such as a video management system, NVR and/or IP camera — to verify its ONVIF interoperability based on end-user scenarios. The next ONVIF Developers’ Plugfest is scheduled to take place in Japan in February. As of October 2013, ONVIF membership had grown to more than 470 companies with nearly 2,100 Profile S conformant products available to the market. Print | Email | SecurityWorldHotel.com Download the SecurityWorldHotel Year Book