ONVIF


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ONVIF

(Open Network Video Interface Forum, San Ramon, CA, www.onvif.org) A membership organization devoted to the development of a standard interface for the network video market. Founded in 2008 by Axis Communications, Sony, Bosch and others, ONVIF is open to all companies interested in communications between network cameras and network recorders. See network camera.
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A full member of ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) since 2008, March Networks designed Command and all of its next-generation IP cameras, encoders and hybrid recorders to meet the industry standard, ensuring interoperability with other ONVIF-compliant products.
ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) is a global, independent industry forum that creates open standards for the IP-based security products industry to ensure interoperability between different manufacturers products.
Finally, Infinova's VMS V2217 was also on show for visitors with its support for 48 different languages, support for ONVIF compliant video sources, and compatability with 10+ new camera makes.
Acorde a las normas de la ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum)
As the only distributor that is a member of the ONVIF, Anixter continues its role as an industry leader to ensure customers receive products that are compliant and meet industry standards.
Developed in the UK for the protection of critical national infrastructure, police and military installations, airports, oil, and gas assets, the TITAN portfolio has custom deep integration with the Arecont Vision camera family, and is fully ONVIF conformant.
Verifire is also ONVIF certified so other expanding with more ONVIF compliant IP cameras can be done as well.
In addition, the cameras include support for Axis Video Hosting System (AVHS) with One-Click Camera connection and ONVIF specification for interoperability of network video products.
In an effort to best serve its integrators, DVTEL continues to deliver open system solutions through its compliance with ONVIF specifications and close collaboration with other manufacturers including Exacq Technologies, which is the first VMS provider to integrate with the DVTEL Quasar broadcast-quality camera line.
The system integrates an on-premise Avigilon Blue Connect device that supports local storage as well as Avigilon and ONVIF compliant cameras, and sends critical events to the cloud for users to view and verify from their web-connected device.
In terms of its expanded presence at the event, Jonas Andersson, director business development, Axis Communications and chairman of steering committee, ONVIF, Sweden will be a keynote speaker.
The GXV3672_FHD and GXV3672_HD IP Cameras are two outdoor day/night tube cameras, with IP66 weatherproof casing and ONVIF compliance, that feature infrared (IR) capability for advanced nighttime and low-light video surveillance recording.