Hikvision Embedded Open Platform (HEOP) Program

Hikvision Embedded Open Platform, or HEOP for short, is open for running third-party applications in Hikvision network cameras, allowing the third-party applications to be downloaded and installed on Hikvision network cameras.

Benefits of the HEOP Program:

  • The platform allows integrators to adopt their confidential protocol for product development without providing the protocol to Hikvision. Furthermore, integrators can also control the integration progress by themselves.

  • Hikvision Embedded Open Platform makes it possible for integrators, resellers and end users to select the most suitable intelligent application or cloud service application due to their specific needs for their Hikvision network video products.

  • The platform makes it possible for integrators to construct their own web page/web component without the help of Hikvision.

Hikvision HEOP program process
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