Videonetics, world’s AI & DL powered Unified Video Computing Platform (UVCP™) development company, announced that its AI-powered Intelligent VMS 3.0 (IVMS) is now ONVIF Profile ‘Q’ Compliant that allows easy set-up mechanism and basic configuration of IP cameras over the network, directly from the IVMS. It also supports Transport Layer Security (TLS), a secure communication protocol, that allows ONVIF devices themselves to communicate with clients across a network in a way that protects against tampering and eavesdropping. ONVIF ‘Q’ compliance On this achievement, Mr. Tuhin Bose, VP & CTO, Videonetics expressed, “Adding ONVIF ‘Q’ compliance to our existing S, G and T certifications is an achievement for us. By having new ONVIF standard in our Intelligent VMS 3.0, users can avail the benefit of secured communication between our VMS and ONVIF Q compliant devices.” Videonetics is committed to continue adopting open standards for better interoperability and openness" “It also empowers users for quick discovery and basic configuration of profile Q conformant IP cameras or network devices using IVMS 3.0, hence streamlining set-up and deployment process without needing to access configuration settings of individual devices. Videonetics is committed to continue adopting open standards for better interoperability and openness.” Videonetics Intelligent VMS 3.0 Building on more than a decade of R&D in the domain of video computing, computer vision, artificial intelligence and machine learning-based technologies, Videonetics Intelligent VMS 3.0 delivers a next-generation user interface, military-grade security, rugged with unprecedented levels of high availability and a future-ready solution, for any size of deployment across various industry verticals such as smart & safe cities, critical infrastructure, industrial, mass transit, education, healthcare and retail to name a few. It encompasses multiple video computing services in a unified, homogenous software architecture platform and goes beyond the mere ‘capture-record-display’ generation of Video Management. Videonetics has been ranked #1 Video Management Software provider in India, and among the top 5 in Asia.
Videonetics, World’s first AI & DL powered Unified Video Computing Platform development company, announced that its Intelligent VMS is now ONVIF Profile ‘T’ Compliant, that supports video streaming features such as the use of H.264 and H.265 encoding formats, imaging settings, and alarm events such as motion and tampering detection. These encoding formats ensure high compression efficiency which results in less disk storage space and less bandwidth usage for streaming, reducing overall costs of system ownership. Highest video surveillance standards Moreover, the new standard supports onscreen display, PTZ configuration, motion region configuration (analytics for a specific area of an image), digital inputs and relay outputs, and bidirectional audio for conformant devices. Videonetics Intelligent Video Management Software is also compliant to ONVIF Profile S & G. On this achievement, Mr. Tuhin Bose, VP & CTO, Videonetics expressed, “Receiving ONVIF Profile T compliance is a benchmark for us. The new standard makes our Intelligent VMS future-ready to efficiently manage streaming of the most advanced HD and 4K cameras to keep the highest video surveillance standards. Videonetics is committed to continue adopting open standards for better interoperability and openness.” Intelligent Video Analytics applications Having acclaimed No 1 position as VMS provider in India, Videonetics is also ranked amongst top 5 VMS providers in Asia market. Videonetics Intelligent VMS is based on a unified, monolithic architectural framework integrated with Intelligent Video Analytics applications. The underlying technology of the VMS is agnostic to any Operating System (Windows, Linux, Unix, Mac OS, etc.), database, browser interface etc and follows the principle of true open architecture. Highly adaptable to customers’ existing workflow and diverse environments, the software is also extremely simple to use and investigation friendly. Hence, they do not need much training, and can interact with the system using a very intuitive interface with minimum number of clicks.