Synonyms for onvif or Related words with onvif
Examples of "onvif"
Profiles are collections specifications that guarantee the interoperability of specific features between conformant devices.
In 2008, Axis Communications announced together with Bosch and Sony that the companies will cooperate in order to standardize the interface of network video products and form a new industry standards body called
(Open Network Video Interface Forum). Axis Communications introduced its first product with
support in 2009, the AXIS P3301. There are now over 600
conformant products available.
states that the benefits of an open standard include:
utilizes IT industry technologies including SOAP, RTP, and Motion JPEG, MPEG-4, and H.264 video codecs. Later releases of the
specification (version 2.0) also covers storage and additional aspects of analytics.
It was officially incorporated as a non-profit, 501(c)6 Delaware corporation on November 25, 2008.
membership is open to manufacturers, software developers, consultants, system integrators, end users and other interest groups that wish to participate in the activities of
specification aims to achieve interoperability between network video products regardless of manufacturer.
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Driving IP-Based physical security through global standardization
is a global and open industry forum with the goal of facilitating the development and use of a global open standard for the interface of physical IP-based security products – or, in other words, to create a standard for how IP products within video surveillance and other physical security areas can communicate with each other.
is an organization started in 2008 by Axis Communications, Bosch Security Systems and Sony.
originally was an acronym for "Open Network Video Interface Forum". The longer name was dropped as the scope of the standard expanded beyond video applications.
In order to address issues of standardization of IP video surveillance, two industry groups were formed in 2008: the Open Network Video Interface Forum (
) and the Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA). While the PSIA was founded by 20 member companies including Honeywell,GE Security and Cisco, and
was founded by Axis Communications, Bosch and Sony, each group now has numerous members. As of January 2009, each group had released version 1.0 of their specification.
To be connected with other technologies, is an important feature of any basic PSIM as is the capability to integrate with Open Industry Standards such as (PSIA,
, ODBC, etc.)
offers three levels of membership: user, contributing, and full member, to accommodate individual choices of participation. Full or contributing members can actively influence the development of the standard by participating in the work of the forum. The user member level is open to organizations that wish to use the network interface specification and have access to specification proposals but do not want to participate in any work of the forum. Technology and test tools are available to all
members to facilitate the development of conformant products.
In December 2009, ONVIF’s member base had grown to 103 members. This comprised 12 full members, 13 contributing members and 78 user members. In December 2010, the forum had more than 240 members and more than 440 conformant products on the market. By January 2015, this had grown to more than 3,700
conformant products and 500 members.
Core Specification" aims to standardize the network interface (on the network layer) of network video products. It defines a network video communication framework based on relevant IETF and Web Services standards including security and IP configuration requirements. The following areas are covered by the Core Specification version 1.0:
Axis Communications started offering physical access control solutions in late 2013. The first product was the AXIS A1001 network door controller. It had an open interface for integration with other IP-based security system components and third-party software. The AXIS A1001 network door controller was the first
conformant physical access control solution available on the market.
A difficulty with modern megapixel network cameras is the variety of standards and industry compliance with those standards. If a VMS does not have built-in motion detection, and a camera that is only accessible via
does not expose a motion control interface, and the camera manufacturer has not provided a custom API to the VMS authors, then motion detection will not be possible even if the camera is theoretically capable of it.
2N Telekomunikace a.s. is a European company with headquarters in Prague operating in the field of development and manufacture of ICT and physical security products. To 2N’s portfolio belong primarily IP intercoms for door communication and emergency calls, complex IP access control solutions, IP Audio systems, elevator systems, M2M products or telecommunication systems. All products meet stringent international standards (ISO, TÜV, UL, CE) and are compatible with third party systems (
, Milestone, Cisco, Bosch, Avaya, Alcatel-Lucent and many others). The research and development is managed in-house and the products are manufactured and assembled in Europe. Nevertheless, they are exported to more than 140 countries worldwide with main markets in the USA, Italy and Germany.
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