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Hikvision hosts meeting highlighting specifications for ONVIF compliant IP surveillance products

Published on 25 March, 2011
 Hikvision hosted the ONVIF meeting at its headquarters in Hangzhou, China from 15th to 18th March

Hikvision hosted ONVIF Technical Committee and Technical Services Committee meeting

The leading supplier of digital video surveillance products Hikvision Digital Technology announced that it was pleased to host ONVIF Technical Committee and Technical Services Committee meetings from March 15th to 18th at Hangzhou, China, the headquarters of Hikvision.

ONVIF working groups advanced their efforts in developing specification of the global standard for interoperability of IP-based physical security products. A total of 45 attendees from ONVIF member companies gathered from all over the world to take part in this event.

"We believe that standardisation is the future, especially in the IP surveillance world. As the video surveillance market embraces IP, more and more companies are ensuring that their products conform to ONVIF," said Tony Yang, International Marketing Director of Hikvision.

"As a full member of ONVIF, Hikvision has been actively involved in developing and manufacturing integrated products conformant to ONVIF. Customers who choose to use Hikvision's products will benefit from the increased flexibility and greater freedom of choice of interoperable products that comply with the ONVIF standard," Yang said.

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