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.
Pelco by Schneider Electric recently announced that its industry-leading Esprit® Series integrated positioning system is now available in IP and high-definition (HD) with the new Esprit HD Series IP Positioning System. The Esprit HD provides users with crystal-clear, live streaming of images over the Internet using a standard web browser and delivers on the industry’s need for excellent performance and image qualify in all settings, including rugged environments.
Pelco by Schneider Electric announced that its industry-leading Esprit® Series integrated positioning system is now available in full 1080p high-definition (HD) with the new Esprit HD Series. The Esprit HD Positioning System provides users with crystal-clear, live streaming of images through a standard web browser, a Pelco VMS or integration to other video systems via an API or ONVIF S to deliver on the industry’s need for excellent performance and image quality in all settings, including rugged environments.
ONVIF, the leading global standardization initiative for IP-based physical security products, hosted its 11th Developers’ Plugfest September 29-October 1 in Dusseldorf, Germany. With record numbers of interoperability implementations and multiple testings of ONVIF conformant video, access control and edge devices, this year’s Developers’ Plugfest was the most fruitful in ONVIF’s history.
Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, has expanded its line of network cameras with ten new feature-packed models in a variety of resolutions and designs to serve the needs of a wide range of video security and surveillance applications. Delivering superb imaging, low-light performance, high-resolution detail, and vital color information through Genuine Canon Lenses, advanced imaging sensors, two proprietary Canon DIGIC processors (DIGIC DV III and DIGIC NET II), these new cameras provide the image quality necessary for detailed video analysis.
ONVIF, the leading global standardization initiative for IP-based physical security products, announced the release of ONVIF Profile G, the specification that encompasses on-board video storage, searching, retrieval capabilities and media playback. Profile G was created to further refine the interoperability between live video and video storage. It covers cameras, encoders, and network video recorder (NVR) […]
During the TecSec security expo in Dallas in 2008, a great deal of attention was brought to the “convergence” of IP-based physical security and video surveillance over that of analog systems. A big promise of the IP-based systems was that being a computer system, having other “applications” work along with the primary physical security and […]
ONVIF, the leading global standardization initiative for IP-based physical security products, announced today plans for its first-ever exhibit at ISC West, scheduled for April 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. At Booth 23135 in the New Exhibitor Pavilion, ONVIF will display the recently released Profile C, which extends the functionality of the ONVIF global interface specification […]
ONVIF is adding a new membership level to its membership structure called the Observer level, which encompasses consultants, systems architects and engineers and members of the media. The addition of the Observer level membership grants these individuals certain benefits within ONVIF, key among them the opportunity to access network interface specification test tools to become more familiar with the ONVIF interface without participating at the same level as a manufacturer. Observer members will be able to independently test products to determine their conformance with ONVIF Profiles to better enable consultants, engineers and media to impartially evaluate different products. “We recognise the importance of making ONVIF as inclusive as possible to those wishing to participate in the conformance verification process,” said Per Bjorkdahl, Chairman of ONVIF’s Steering Committee. “Through the addition of this fourth membership level, we are granting more individuals access to ONVIF’s test tools and empowering them to independently authenticate Profile conformance on products they wish to present to their clients or readers.” There are more than 2,700 ONVIF-conformant products on the market covering Profile S for video and audio streaming, and the recent release of Profile C for physical access control enables manufacturers to claim conformance for Profile C conformant products. ONVIF currently has three other membership levels to accommodate individual levels of participation: user member, contributing member and full member. Full and contributing members can actively influence the development of the standard by participating in the work of the forum. The user member level is open […]
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 […]